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by Lori Gottlieb
A candid insight into the elusive world of therapy, the reader is granted access to psychologist Gottlieb’s sessions with her patients as well as those with her own therapist. Told with warmth and wisdom, vulnerability and humour, this memoir illuminates the ways in which our inner lives are consumed by the same big questions.
by Esther Perel
It’s everyone’s favourite psychotherapist taking on bedroom dynamics and the paradoxical union of domesticity and sexual desire. Designed to liberate, enchant, and provoke, this clear-eyed and compelling read explores the obstacles and anxieties that arise when our quest for secure love conflicts with our pursuit of passion.
by Jenny Odelll
A rebuttal to addictive technology and an action plan for thinking beyond capitalist narratives of efficiency and value, How to Do Nothing redefines what we think of as productivity and reveals the value of interiority and doing, well, nothing. And if that speaks to you, you might be interested in the writer’s latest release Saving Time, a book about reclaiming time from a culture that commodifies and capitalises it.
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