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A Psychotherapist Goes To Therapy — And Gets A Taste Of Her Own Medicine

Lori Gottlieb is a psychotherapist who started seeing a therapist herself after the man she thought she would marry unexpectedly broke up with her. Her new book is Maybe You Should Talk to Someone.

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A Psychotherapist Goes To Therapy — And Gets A Taste Of Her Own Medicine

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