Since I only read one book in December 2020, I wanted to make up for in January 2021… and IRead more
I read… wait for it… one book in December.
Honestly, this is a book that I might recommend to someone considering if they should see a therapist; it humanizes therapists and normalizes talk therapy. It actually took me a minute to realize that the book isn’t fiction… maybe I’m just not the most observant person in the world, but I didn’t immediately realize that “Lori” the “character” was “Lori Gottlieb, the author”. The dilemmas presented in the book are universal, too — loss, grief, addiction, betrayal, depression, change — and the stories are very, very human… because they’re not stories at all, but real cases of Gottlieb’s, with her patient’s identities obscured.Read more
I didn’t get as much reading done during November (and December is looking the same way). I ended up withRead more
Here’s what I read in October! Only 5 books this month (I was really on a roll in September, thisRead more
I read… a lot of books in September. More than I thought I’d read… this month seemed to drag aRead more
An American Marriage by Tayari Jones: To be honest, I didn’t really enjoy this book–which isn’t to say it’s aRead more