132 Aleenah Ansari on "Maybe You Should Talk to Someone" by Lori Gottlieb
Best Book Ever Podcast
Aleenah Ansari (she/her) is equal parts storyteller, creative problem solver, and journalist at heart who's rooted in the stories of people behind products, companies, and initiatives. She writes about travel, entrepreneurship, mental health and wellness, and representation in media for Insider, The Seattle Times, Byrdie, and more. You can usually find her searching for murals in Seattle and beyond, reading a book, and planning her next trip to New York. Aleenah joined me today for a particularly canded discussion about BIPOC representation in our reading life, and the way books and therapy are crucial to our mental health Follow the Best Book Ever Podcast on Instagram or on the Best Book Ever Website Host: Julie Strauss Website/Instagram Aleenah Ansari Website/Twitter/Instagram/Linked In Discussed in this episode: Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo by Taylor Jenkins Reid The Song of Achilles by Madeline Miller Aleenah’s article about the best indie bookstores across the United States Footnotes from the World’s Greatest Bookstores: True Tales and Lost Moments from Book Buyers, Booksellers, and Book Lovers by Bob Eckstein Word on the Water – The London Bookbarge More Than Enough by Elaine Welteroth Attached: The New Science of Adult Attachment and How It Can Help You Find – And Keep – Love by Amir Levine and Rachel Heller Dear Therapists podcast with Lori Gottlieb and Guy Winch Crying in H Mart by Michelle Zauner Funny You Should Ask by Elissa Sussman (Note: Some of the above links are affiliate links. If you shop using my affiliate link on Bookshop, a portion of your purchase will go to me, at no extra expense to you. Thank you for supporting indie bookstores and for helping to keep the Best Book Ever Podcast in business!)
Lori Gottlieb: Rewriting Our Stories & Navigating the Holidays
Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
Anyone interested in an extra dose of therapy this week? Well, you’re in luck! Psychotherapist, podcast host, and New York Times bestselling author, Lori Gottlieb, is here right in time to help us actually enjoy the holiday season, no matter what stress might come along with it. We all tell stories about our lives, but it’s important to remember that we’re unreliable narrators who may need to do some serious editing. In this episode, Lori shares how we can rewrite our stories, offer wise compassion to ourselves and others, and make serious progress outside of therapy through her many resources. Plus, she’s offering her highly sought after “Dear Therapists” advice to the Vinos who are looking to set and hold boundaries during the holiday season. Kaitlyn and Lori end the podcast with intimate confessions and give some helpful homework to the listeners right before we sit down at the Thanksgiving table. Thank you to our sponsors! Check out these deals for the Vinos: EHARMONY - Download the eharmony app and start free today. PROGRESSIVE - Quote at Progressive.com to join the over 27 million drivers who trust Progressive.
Repairing the Mother-Daughter Relationship with Therapist/Author Lori Gottlieb
Girls Gotta Eat
We are honored to be joined again by psychotherapist and bestselling author Lori Gottlieb to discuss a topic so many can relate to: The mother daughter relationship. Lori expertly and compassionately walks us through how to navigate a strained relationship with a mother (or parent) if you have resentment about your childhood/their parenting, feel like they are critical or competitive with you, are lacking boundaries or the tools to express your feelings to them, or just want a better relationship in general. We are also discussing our relationships with our moms; and before we jump into the topic, we're opening up (maybe too much) about some body stuff, unpacking a spooky situation, and recapping Selling the OC. Enjoy! Follow Lori on Instagram @lorigottlieb_author, check out her podcast Dear Therapists, and visit her website for more. Follow us @girlsgottaeatpodcast, Ashley @ashhess, and Rayna @rayna.greenberg. Visit our website for tour dates, merchandise, and more. Shop Vibes Only. Thank you to our partners this week: Hello Fresh: Go to hellofresh.com/gge65 and use code GGE65 for 65% off plus free shipping. NextEvo: Get 25% off your first order of $40 or more at nextevo.com with promo code GGE. Babbel: Go to babbel.com/gge for up to 60% off your subscription. Osea: Get 10% off your first order with promo code GGE at oseamalibu.com.
47. How Can I Find My Authentic Self and Embrace Healing? With Lori Gottlieb
In life, change — even positive change — is hard, and sometimes we inhibit our own healing. In those moments, it’s helpful when someone breaks us out of harmful narratives and patterns. For years, author and therapist Lori Gottlieb has done just that — helping patients access therapy to gain new understandings of their lives. In her written work, she brings readers into therapy sessions and demystifies the process for anyone who has doubts about seeking a therapist. Lori tells Claire what her first therapy experience was like and describes how she navigates writing about her own personal struggles. Resources from the show Check out the Maybe You Should Talk To Someone Workbook, Lori’s latest book Listen to the Dear Therapist podcast with Lori and Guy Winch Do you have something you want Claire’s help with? Send her a question to be featured on an upcoming episode by emailing us at email@example.com or submitting one at www.bit.ly/newdayask. Want to connect? Join the New Day Facebook Group! https://www.facebook.com/groups/newdaypod Click this link for a list of current sponsors and discount codes for this show and all Lemonada shows go to lemonadamedia.com/sponsors. To follow along with a transcript and/or take notes for friends and family, go to lemonadamedia.com/show/newday/ shortly after the air date. Follow Claire on IG and FB @clairebidwellsmith or Twitter @clairebidwell and visit her website: www.clairebidwellsmith.com. Stay up to date with us on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram at @LemonadaMedia. Joining Lemonada Premium is a great way to support our show and get bonus content. Subscribe today at bit.ly/lemonadapremium.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
563: Lori Gottlieb on Maybe You Should Talk to Someone & How Changing Your Story Can Change Your Life
The Wellness Mama Podcast
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73. When to go to Therapy, How to Talk with Your Kids about Mental Health + How to Stop People Pleasing with Lori Gottlieb
Living with Landyn with Landyn Hutchinson
Therapy. When do we know if we need it? Why is it so taboo? How can I get my spouse to go with me? In this episode, Landyn is sitting down with psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, Lori Gottlieb. In addition to her clinical practice, Lori is the co-host of the popular “Dear Therapists” podcast produced by Katie Couric and writes The Atlantic’s weekly “Dear Therapist” advice column. Landyn has been a long time proponent of therapy, ever since she first started going when she and Steve got married over 20 years ago. Being open about her positive experience in counseling, she’s received an inundation of questions about when to go, what to expect, and how to know where to start. In this episode, Landyn is answering YOUR questions and so much more. Lori and Landyn are diving into: People pleasing: where it starts and how to reduce it Creating a safe space for your children to open up about their struggles The steps that lead to ACTUAL, lasting change in your life Why we are poor narratives of our own stories Lori’s incredible back story that led her to counseling in the first place (hint: the show Friends is a large part of this!) Lori is an empathetic expert that will take you on a mini counseling session during this episode. Prepare to learn a bit about yourself while having a few laughs along the way. For full episode notes, visit: www.livingwithlandyn.com/when-to-go-to-therapy-how-to-talk-with-your-kids-about-mental-health-how-to-stop-people-pleasing Want to learn more about Lori? Check out her Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/lorigottlieb_author/
Lori Gottlieb on Writing as Therapy, the Mind-Body Connection, and What to Do When You Need Help
The Anxious Achiever
Lori Gottlieb found her life’s work later in life, but she then built her career around therapy and writing - helping herself and countless others along the way. She wrote about her own journey through therapy in her bestselling book “Maybe You Should Talk to Someone.” She’s also a passionate advocate for those suffering with autoimmune conditions like Graves disease and thyroid eye disease. Gottlieb speaks with host Morra Aarons-Mele about how to believe yourself, how to change (even when its hard), and when you might want to seek out a therapist.
5 Steps To Boost Your Mental Health | Lori Gottlieb
The Art of Charm
In today’s episode, we cover mental health with Lori Gottlieb. Lori is a psychotherapist in Los Angeles, co-host of the podcast Dear Therapists, and the author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone.Mental health is a priority now more than ever, so what are the overlooked signs that someone is struggling with mental health, how do you know if you should talk to a professional, and why is boundary setting crucial to positive mental health?What to Listen For Introduction – 0:00 What are the overlooked signs that someone is struggling with mental health issues? What is the value in seeing a therapist versus talking to your friends and family about issues you’re experiencing in life? The self-sabotaging stories we tell ourselves – 11:12 Why do we tell ourselves stories about what happens to us and how do those stories have lasting negative impacts on us and the people around us? What impact do the people around us have on our mental health and what can you do if your friends aren’t healthy for you? Setting and maintaining boundaries – 24:24 How do you set boundaries and maintain them with people who constantly violate them? Finding the right person – 47:05 What is the number one question you should ask yourself when on a first date? Mental health is something many people struggle with, but often don’t talk about. The signs that someone is struggling can be easily overlooked if you’re not aware of them. It’s important to be there for your loved ones and help them get the help they need if you see any of these signs. If you’re experiencing mental health issues, it’s valuable to seek out therapy. Friends and family are great sources of support, but sometimes talking to somebody neutral who isn’t invested in our lives can be really helpful, even lifesaving. A Word From Our SponsorsDo you LOVE the toolbox episodes? Did you know that every week we give a LIVE mini-toolbox lesson inside our Private Facebook Group? Best of all it is FREE to join. Join today and get access to all of our live training and level up your communication, leadership, influence and persuasion skills. With 14,000 members it’s a great place to network, learn and overcome any obstacle that’s in your way.Did you know that you can get the whole Art of Charm catalog when you subscribe to Stitcher Premium using our link? That’s 15 years of podcasts featuring expert guests and toolbox episodes! Sign up today and use Code “CHARM” to get a free month!Running out of things to say in conversation… and still struggling to get people interested in you? That’s an uncomfortable position to be in. Don’t want to risk getting tongue-tied and screwing things up the next time you meet someone? Check out Conversation Magic now to make sure you don't crash and burn. With our bulletproof formula, you'll be flirting up a storm, sparking fun and engaging conversations, and making high-value friends anywhere!Resources from this Episode Lori Gottlieb’s website Dear Therapists with Lori Gottlieb and Guy Winch TED Talk: How changing your story can change your life | Lori Gottlieb Overcoming Nice Guy Syndrome | Dr. Robert Glover Check in with AJ and Johnny! AJ on Instagram Johnny on Instagram The Art of Charm on Instagram The Art of Charm on YouTube Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Change Your Story, Change Your Life –With Lori Gottlieb
Phil in the Blanks
Can people really change? Psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author Lori Gottlieb joins Dr. Phil on his Phil in the Blanks podcast and offers tips for changing your life – and making the changes stick. “People have the answers. They just don't necessarily have access to them, and our job is to help them access the answers that they already have,” Gottlieb says. Are you ready to make a change? Find out what Gottlieb says is a real important step in change. For more information: https://www.drphilintheblanks.com/Interested in advertising? Go to: https://www.advertisecast.com/PhilintheBlanks Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
It’s Never Too Late To Start Over: A Discussion With Lori Gottlieb, Psychotherapist and Best Selling Author (Part 2)
The Lo Life
Lori is back for round two with Lo as the two discuss her journey to becoming a psychotherapist. She left a successful career and made the decision to go to medical school. She followed her passion and started a new chapter later in life. Even though Lori is celebrated as an expert when it comes to therapy, relationships, and understanding ourselves, she says her greatest credential is that she too is a card-carrying member of the human race. She’s opening up about why her upbringing of “let’s pretend we’re happy” ultimately drew her to the field of therapy, and detailing how she believes we can make changes to allow the next generation to better talk about our thoughts, feelings, and beliefs – even when they may drastically differ from those of our family. In today’s episode, Lori is also sharing how we can go about finding a therapist that is right for us; just because we had one poor experience doesn’t mean we’re not built for therapy. It turns out therapy isn’t too different from dating - the number one predictor of success in a therapeutic relationship is our relationship to our therapist, so sometimes it can help to date around. Lori and Lo also discuss our relationship to the person we talk to the most in life: ourselves. Lo is all too familiar that sometimes we treat ourselves very differently than we’d treat a loved one or even a stranger, and the two explore how we can change these habits. And of course, Lori is answering Lo’s round of rapid-fire questions, which wraps with some words to live by that will take you into the weekend in a place of self-compassion. Please be sure to rate, follow, review, and send to a friend so we can keep this sh!t show on the road, kings and kweens! Follow your host Lo on Instagram @stylelvr and make sure to drink some water... we know you’re thirsty. You can find Lori’s books and more information on her website, watch her popular TED Talk here, find her on social media @lorigottlieb_author, and listen to her podcast Dear Therapists wherever you find podcasts. Thank you to our sponsors for making this episode possible! Check out these deals just for you, Lo Lifers: LET'S GET CHECKED - Visit letsgetchecked.com and enter LOLIFE at checkout to ensure you and your significant other are staying safe.MAGICMIND - Go to Magicmind.co/LOLIFE and use discount code LOLIFE to get 20% off today.BETTERHELP - This podcast is sponsored by BetterHelp and The Lo Life listeners get 10% off their first month at BetterHelp.com/lo! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices