Lori Gottlieb is one hell of a writer.
She published her childhood diaries as a book.
She’s written for the New York Times, The Atlantic and NPR.
You may know her from writing “Marry Him: the Case for Settling for Mr. Good Enough,” in which I coached her throughout the writing of the book.
You may know her from this book review I wrote or this podcast I did with her.
What you might not know:
She dated my roommate.
She wrote a few TV scripts with me.
She introduced me to my first book agent.
Our sons share the same first name.
If you enjoy what you read here, it is well worth your time due to its accessibility, great storytelling, insights and deep humanity.
She wrote one of the bestselling books of 2019, “Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, HER Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed,” which I devoured in a week.
Today, I just wanted to share Lori’s recent TED talk with you, and encourage you to read her book. If you enjoy what you read here, it is well worth your time due to its accessibility, great storytelling, insights and deep humanity.
Those of you who’ve read it, your thoughts are greatly appreciated. Enjoy.