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Lori Gottlieb

A Therapist, Her Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed

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Maybe You Should Talk To Someone by Lori Gottlieb is a memoir highlighting the transformative power of therapy through the author's personal journey and experiences working as a therapist. The book guides readers to better understand themselves and others while offering insight into the therapeutic process.

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    When patients enter therapy, their problems are usually deeper than they first appear.

    “So, tell me what brings you here today?”

    That’s the question the author usually uses to begin her first therapy session with a patient. The answer the patient gives is called his presenting problem – the problem that brings him to the therapist’s office in search of a solution. It could be something specific, such as experiencing the loss of a loved one or suffering from panic attacks. Or it could be something vague, like a general sense of being “stuck.”

    Unfortunately, a patient’s presenting problem usually isn’t his real, underlying problem – and the solution he seeks isn’t the real solution either. For example, a television scriptwriter named John came to the author with a seemingly straightforward set of presenting problems: he suffered from insomnia, fought with his wife and was feeling stressed out by work, where he thought all of his coworkers were “idiots.” To him, the solutions seemed similarly straightforward; he just wanted to be able to get a good night’s sleep and to vent to the author about his wife and colleagues.

    But it turned out his real problems, along with their solutions, went much deeper. They involved some very tragic incidents from his past. When he was only six years old, his mother was run over by a car and died. Then, when he was an adult, he got into a car accident that killed his son; in a tragic coincidence, the boy was also only six years old at the time.

    The combination of these two events led John to develop a host of personal and emotional problems, like unacknowledged grief and an inability to be vulnerable with people. Even in his therapy sessions with the author, he kept the tragedy of his son’s death a secret for nearly half a year, and he was unable to fully engage with the author. Instead, he deflected her questions with inappropriate jokes, insults, interruptions and other forms of rude behavior, including sending texts in the middle of therapy.

    Acknowledging his grief and learning to become more vulnerable with people turned out to be the real solutions to his underlying problems. But it took him a lot of work to get to the point where he could even recognize these problems, let alone do anything about them. That’s true of most patients – even when they themselves are therapists. We’ll start looking at the reasons for this in the next blink.

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    Maybe You Should Talk to Someone (2019) is a unique memoir in which the author, a psychotherapist, tells the story of how she herself ended up on a therapist’s couch after descending into a personal crisis of her own. By reflecting on her experiences as both a therapist and a patient, and by relating them to the stories of four of her patients, she came to a better understanding of both her profession and herself.

    Bewertung von Maybe You Should Talk To Someone

    Maybe You Should Talk To Someone (2019) is a captivating exploration of therapy and the intricacies of the human mind. Here's why this book is worth reading:

    • With vulnerability and honesty, it offers a glimpse into the therapeutic process, helping readers gain insight and empathy.
    • Through a diverse range of compelling case studies, the book demonstrates the transformative power of therapy, offering hope and inspiration.
    • It weaves humor and wit into its narrative, making it an engaging and enjoyable read, ensuring that boredom is never a concern.

    Wer Maybe You Should Talk To Someone lesen sollte

    • Curious minds interested in how therapy works in practice   
    • People suffering from personal, emotional or psychological problems  
    • Those who are feeling lost and looking for some direction

    Über den Autor

    Lori Gottlieb is an American psychotherapist and writer who lives in Los Angeles. She is the author of the New York Times bestseller Marry Him: The Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough (2010) and the Los Angeles Times and Washington Post bestseller Stick Figure: a Diary of My Former Self (2000). She is a contributing editor for The Atlantic magazine, where she also writes a weekly advice column called “Dear Therapist.” Her writing has appeared in many other high-profile publications as well, including the New York Times Magazine, Slate and O, The Oprah Magazine.

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    What is the main message of Maybe You Should Talk To Someone?

    Maybe You Should Talk To Someone explores the power of therapy and the complexities of the human psyche.

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    The reading time for Maybe You Should Talk To Someone depends on the reader's speed, but it typically takes a few hours. The Blinkist summary can be read in just 15 minutes.

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    Maybe You Should Talk To Someone is a compelling and insightful book that offers a unique perspective on therapy. It is definitely worth reading.

    Who is the author of Maybe You Should Talk To Someone?

    Maybe You Should Talk To Someone is written by Lori Gottlieb.