Lori Gottlieb, an expert psychotherapist and writer, experiences an unexpected breakup in her forties. An experienced but interesting therapist enters Lori’s life, who himself decides to go to therapy as part of his recovery process: Wendell. She looks like she’s straight out of a TV series, with her strange cardigan and trousers, and her therapy room decoration that her colleagues wouldn’t prefer.
Trying to overcome this unexpected crisis in her life despite her rigorous education and experience, Lori Gottlieb continues to roam the private rooms of her life simultaneously: a selfish Hollywood producer, a newlywed woman diagnosed with cancer, an elderly woman who says she will commit suicide on her birthday if nothing improves in her life. and a young woman who just can’t stop hanging out with the wrong men.
Gottlieb with surprising wisdom and humor; As we navigate the tense thread between love and desire, meaning and mortality, guilt and liberation, fear and courage, hope and change, it marks our blind spots by examining the facts and fictions we tell ourselves and others.
Maybe you should talk to someone (Hep Kitap / Trans.: Cemre Ömürsuyu Seyis); It takes you on a deep, fun and universal tour of how reviewing our past stories helps us move forward and improve.