Maybe You Should Talk to Someone

Author: Lori Gottlieb

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin

ISBN: 1328662055


Page: 415

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"From a New York Timesbest-selling writer, psychotherapist, and advice columnist, a brilliant and surprising new book that takes us behind the scenes of a therapist's world--where her patients are in crisis (and so is she)"--

Summary & Analysis of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone

Author: ZIP Reads

Publisher: ZIP Reads


Category: Self-Help

Page: 58

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PLEASE NOTE: This is a summary and analysis of the book and not the original book. If you'd like to purchase the original book, please paste this link in your browser: In Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, popular writer Lori Gottlieb has managed to provide a moving, uplifting, and surprisingly entertaining insight into the human condition by relating her patients’ and her own difficult struggle toward resolution through therapy. What does this ZIP Reads Summary Include? - Synopsis of the original book - Key takeaways from each chapter - Detailed retellings of therapy sessions with specific patients - Stories from the author's own therapy sessions - Editorial Review - Background on Lori Gottlieb About the Original Book: In Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, the New York Times best-selling author Lori Gottlieb takes the reader through the long and complex process of therapy by not only sharing examples of recovery of some of her patients but also her own arduous efforts to seek resolution to a range of personal difficulties. Written with great concern for her patients, the book handles serious issues that most readers will find familiar while keeping the tone entertaining and illuminating. DISCLAIMER: This book is intended as a companion to, not a replacement for, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone. ZIP Reads is wholly responsible for this content and is not associated with the original author in any way. Please follow this link: to purchase a copy of the original book.

Summary of Lori Gottlieb’s Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Milkyway Media

Author: Milkyway Media

Publisher: Milkyway Media


Category: Study Aids

Page: 32

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Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, Her Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed (2019) by author and psychotherapist Lori Gottlieb is a memoir about the process of psychotherapy. When Gottlieb’s boyfriend broke up with her because he didn’t want to help raise her eight-year-old son, she felt blindsided, which led her to seek therapy... Purchase this in-depth summary to learn more.

Summary of Maybe You Should Talk To Someone by Lori Gottlieb

Author: QuickRead,Alyssa Burnette



Category: Study Aids

Page: N.A

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What one therapist learned from her therapist. If you’ve ever thought therapists have it all together, think again! In this poignant and unusual memoir, the author-- a therapist-- writes openly about her own struggles with mental health. After her life circumstances led her to seek professional help herself, the author discovered new insights about herself and her profession as a therapist. Maybe You Should Talk to Someone (2019) is her way of documenting these experiences and the revelations she learned. Do you want more free book summaries like this? Download our app for free at and get access to hundreds of free book and audiobook summaries. DISCLAIMER: This book summary is meant as a preview and not a replacement for the original work. If you like this summary please consider purchasing the original book to get the full experience as the original author intended it to be. If you are the original author of any book on QuickRead and want us to remove it, please contact us at [email protected]

Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: The Workbook

Author: Lori Gottlieb

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781683734352


Page: 120

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"Part of getting to know yourself is to unknow yourself - to let go of the limiting stories you've told yourself about who you are so that you can live your life, and not the stories you've been telling yourself about your life." Lori Gottlieb, New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone When Maybe You Should Talk to Someone was released into the world, it became an instant New York Times bestseller and international phenomenon, with readers across the globe finding their truth in the powerful stories Lori Gottlieb shared from inside her therapy room. As millions highlighted and underlined page after page, a movement took shape and they asked for more: Can you take these lessons and create for us a guide as transformative as the book itself? Lori decided to do just that. In this empowering, one-of-a-kind workbook, Lori offers a step-by-step process for becoming the author of your own life by giving it a thorough edit. Using eye-opening concepts, thought-provoking exercises, compelling writing prompts, and real examples from the patients in the original book, Lori has created an easy-to-follow guide through the journey of becoming our own editors, examining aspects of our narratives that hold us back, and discovering the ways in which changing our stories can change our lives. An experience, a meditation, and a practical toolkit combined into one, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: The Workbook is the companion readers have been asking for: a revolutionary method for understanding which stories to keep and which to revise so that we can create our own personal masterpieces. By the end of this "unknowing," you will be surprised, inspired, and most of all, liberated.

Book Journal

Author: Vooyc Media

Publisher: N.A

ISBN: 9781713455356


Page: 50

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A COMPANION JOURNAL! So you're reading "Maybe You Should Talk to Someone"! Great, because having a book journal with you will have its many benefits. In such a fast-past world, there's something to be said about actually keeping a book journal and writing on it. When you're reading a book, it isn't just enough to read & highlight without taking certain notes, which is exactly what the purpose of this "Maybe You Should Talk to Someone" book journal is. 3 reasons why you would need this book journal: It helps you remember the plot of a story or what a book is about It gives you space to take note of your thoughts on a certain passage of a book You can organize every aspect about the book in complete organization 4 main features of using this "Maybe You Should Talk to Someone" book journal: You can always go back to it when you forget what a book is about. You don't have to re-read an entire book just to summarize it. All your needed details are in your journal. Physical benefits of keeping a book journal: It's aesthetically pleasing to look at. Organizes your thoughts and your feelings on a certain book. It's not expensive to have. It's convenient and it isn't bulky to bring with you. Writing on paper helps you remember things. In general, a lot of people would find that having a book journal with them is very handy and useful. In forgetting details after writing a book, you don't have to feel bad about this. You'd be surprised how many writers and authors use book journals just to keep a record of their thoughts and details of the book they read. In using a book journal, you can be sentimental in going back to a book you loved reading and keeping all the significant details all to yourself. A book journal can also be useful for when you have to summarize a book for a book report at school to help gather all your needed information. Basically, it really doesn't matter if you're a reader because a book journal is for everyone. In addition, I'm sure there are moments where you've read a book that you've loved so much & the sequel came a year after, & you forgot the entire story of the book. With this book journal you don't have to go through the hassle of re-reading it again. This is where book journals would be so helpful. It's also a great tool to have to contribute to social media posts, blogs, podcasts, book reviews, book clubs, or just conversations with friends! This book journal helps you take notes of important details of "Maybe You Should Talk to Someone". To have the ability to remember the plot of the story, have a space to write your thoughts on "Maybe You Should Talk to Someone", and have a way to summarize this book in your own words, scroll to the top and click or tap "Buy Now". Whether you want to write a quote from the book, or your thoughts on a specific scene, the plot summary, or you just want to analyze the strengths & weaknesses of this book, & compare it to another book of the same genre, this journal is for you!

Maybe You Should Talk to Someone

Author: Lori Gottlieb

Publisher: Scribe Publications

ISBN: 1925548813

Category: Psychology

Page: 432

View: 6134

A TIME magazine Must-Read Book of the Year Ever wonder what your therapist is really thinking? Now you can find out … Meet Lori Gottlieb, an insightful and compassionate therapist whose clients present with all kinds of problems. There’s the struggling new parents; the older woman who feels she has nothing to live for; the self-destructive young alcoholic; and the terminally ill 35-year-old newlywed. And there’s John, a narcissistic television producer, who frankly just seems to be a bit of a jerk. Over the course of a year, they all make progress. But Gottlieb is not just a therapist — she’s also a patient who's on a journey of her own. Interspersed with the stories of her clients are her own therapy sessions, as Gottlieb goes in search of the hidden roots of a devastating and life-changing event. Personal, revealing, funny, and wise, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone opens a rare window onto a world that is most often bound by secrecy, offering an illuminating tour of a profoundly private process.

Companion Journal

Author: Book Nerd

Publisher: Independently Published

ISBN: 9781086497007


Page: 76

View: 2683

Reflect on your life experience and on the experiences of Lori Gottlieb and her therapy patients in Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, HER Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed. This chapter-by-chapter workbook will allow you to reflect on human nature, relationships, your emotions, and life changes: Reflect on how you relate to people Think about underlying problems Process your life experiences Think about how you solve problems Reflect on how to have tough conversations Infuse love and compassion into your life Find a way to improve your relationships Gain understanding and sympathy Free yourself Reflect on the 4 biggest fears people have in life Find your sense of meaning Learn from the experiences of others And much more!*Please Note: This is an unofficial companion journal for Lori Gottlieb "Maybe You Should Talk to Someone." This companion is designed to further your understanding of the book and is designed to help you reflect. This is not the original book.

Summary & Insights of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone A Therapist, HER Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed by Lori Gottlieb - Goodbook

Author: Goodbook

Publisher: N.A



Page: 28

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Disclaimer: This is the summary of the original book Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb is a book for everyone. This one-of-a-kind is written from the perspective of a therapist and a patient, giving us an in-depth look at the lives of everyone involved in a therapy session. It points out the fact that everyone needs a therapist - even therapists need one too.

Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: The Journal

Author: Lori Gottlieb

Publisher: Harper Design

ISBN: 9780358667216


Page: 0

View: 1887

Based on Lori Gottlieb's groundbreaking runaway bestseller Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, this official companion journal offers 52 weekly thought-provoking sessions to help you transform your life. "Most big transformations come about from the hundreds of tiny, almost imperceptible, steps we take along the way," Lori tells readers. "Each line, sentence, and word you write in this journal is an essential step, one footprint on a path to meaningful and lasting change." In Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, Lori Gottlieb gave us a brilliant behind the scenes look at a therapist doing everything to help her patients--and herself. Now, in this gorgeous guided journal, you can put Gottlieb's compelling ideas into practice in your own life. Structured as a weekly therapy session, the journal takes you through 52 thought-provoking prompts to consider over the course of seven days-just like the time between sessions-opening the possibility for meaningful growth and reflection. Along with captivating illustrations, reflective coloring pages, kindness check-ins, progress assessments, and Lori's personal introduction, this journal offers a unique experience to help you gently go deep and hear the clarity of your own voice. Love and desire, meaning and mortality, guilt and redemption, terror and courage, and hope and change have never been more accessible than in this must-have, powerful road map for changing your life.