Ep. 63 For the Love of Therapy with Lori Gottlieb

Today on the podcast we have therapist and New York Times Best Selling author Lori Gottlieb. We talk with Lori about her newest book Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, Her Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed, about the value of therapy and mental health, and how her book took shape. Then we dive into Lori’s reading habits, which can be summed up by her catch phrase, ABAB aka Always Bring a Book. Plus you can win a copy of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, details on The Stacks Instagram page (giveaway ends June 18th).


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