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How changing your story can change your life | Lori Gottlieb

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How changing your story can change your life | Lori Gottlieb

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Stories help you make sense of your life -- but when these narratives are incomplete or misleading, they can keep you stuck instead of providing clarity. In an actionable talk, psychotherapist and advice columnist Lori Gottlieb shows how to break free from the stories you've been telling yourself by becoming your own editor and rewriting your narrative from a different point of view.

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Change Your Story, Change Your Life | Jenna Arak | TEDxPasadenaWomen

Writer, seeker, storyteller, Jenna Arak, finds healing by writing a letter to a father she never met. This gifted writer eloquently retells how, through the use of her pen, she was able to shift her personal narrative about Who She Is - from someone who felt unlovable - to believing she is deserving of love and affection.

Jenna Arak is a soulful storyteller who loves personal and professional tales with heart and truth. Her mission is to encourage women to follow their dreams, build upon their strengths, encourage deeper connections and bring new, interesting, and innovative ideas into the world through storytelling.
She shows women how to use the written word to share their story: to teach, connect and have an impact on the people who need to read about who they are, what they’ve done and what they do. Because, as she says: “through reading one another’s stories, all of our lives will be changed for the better”.
Jenna is also a storytelling teacher, proud mentor with WriteGirl and a denizen of any bookstore’s self-help section. Her writing has been featured in Salon, Thought Catalog, The Everygirl, The Muse, Darling Magazine, The Girl Who Knows, Career Contessa and more. She lives and writes in Pasadena.

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Change Your Story, Change Your Life | Sarah Vaid | TEDxNEIU

The stories we tell ourselves about ourselves, others, and about situations, have the incredible power of shaping our lives. These stories shape the decisions we make, the romantic partners we pick, the activities in which we do or do not partake, and even our physical health. What stories are you telling? Are these stories limiting your potential? How can you revise these stories to revitalize your life experience?

Sarah Vaid is a seeker of knowledge and wisdom. She is continuously pursuing tools and techniques to attain a more fulfilling life experience and is passionate about sharing what she learns with others. She completed her undergraduate degree in English and Psychology at Northeastern Illinois University and is currently working on her Master's in English Literature also at Northeastern Illinois University. Her research interests include identity formation, women's psychology and mental health.

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Change Your Story, Transform Your Life | John Sharp | TEDxBeaconStreet

Suppose you wanted to get started changing your life. Where would you begin? As a psychiatrist and therapist practicing for over 20 years, I can offer you a powerful and practical toolkit along with this very specific suggestion. Begin with your autobiographical narrative. It’s your personal documentary film, playing in your head like a loop. And if you want to change your life, it needs a re-edit. Dr. John Sharp is a seasoned medical professional, a board certified psychiatrist who practices on both coasts. He is on faculty at the Harvard Medical School and the David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA. Dr. Sharp is renowned for clearly conveying evidenced based messages regarding standards of professional competence. A sought after expert in the media, he has given over 1000 presentations on mental health issues in America.

Dr. Sharp is a member of The American College of Psychiatrists and the Examining Committee of The American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology. He is a distinguished, award winning educator and Fellow of the American Psychiatric Association and the Academy of Psychosomatic Medicine. He has been voted by his peers for inclusion in Best Doctors in America for past seven years.

His first book, The Emotional Calendar: Understanding Seasonal Influences and Milestones to become Happier, more Fulfilled and in Control of your Life, was published in 2011 by Times Books and translated into five languages. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at
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Change Your Story, Change Your World | David Sloly | TEDxBristol

“Stories are like roller-coasters, they have to go up and down to be any good.”

We all experience life’s highs and lows, and so we all have a great story inside us, bursting to get out. In this lively talk for TEDxBristol, David Sloy helps us unlock our inner storyteller.

Through his own story of self made success, entrepreneur David Sloly helps us build the twist and turns of a great tale.
He looks at why we love stories and how they can help us get where we want to go in life.

Get ready for a dynamic talk which will positively change the way you think and talk about yourself.

This talk is from TEDxBristol 2015 Great Expectations: looking towards a future we can dare to expect more from.

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In the mid 90’s David Sloly started his dream job as a radio journalist, but 5 hours later he was fired. It turned out to be his big break!

Entrepreneur, business mentor and story evangelist, David has built an exciting career out of storytelling, which has taken him around the world and into the boardrooms of Google, Virgin and Dell to help them reconnect with their purpose.

David traces his passion for storytelling back to his early days travelling, and later as a journalist, where he met some ordinary people with extraordinary tales to tell.

In 2013 he began to analyse the essential elements required to create an authentic story and in 2015 released his book ‘Why You Need a Business Story and How To Create It’ that includes a unique five-step process to enable anyone to create stories.

David Sloly is now a business partner at the B2B technology marketing agency HarveyDavid that specialises in marketing automation, content creation and social media marketing.


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How Changing Our Stories Can Change Our Lives | Lori Gottlieb

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One day, Lori Gottlieb is helping patients at her therapeutic practice in LA—the next, she finds herself in a crisis that lands her on the other side of the therapist’s couch. In her groundbreaking first book Maybe You Should Talk to Somone, Gottlieb opens up about her experience as both professional and patient. She examines the truths and fictions we tell ourselves to live—stories of love, desire, meaning, mortality, guilt, and redemption—and she asks, what happens when the stories we tell ourselves are wrong?

In this illuminating new talk, Gottlieb shows us that it’s not our external circumstances that hold us back, but the way we narrate them that has a powerful effect. When we cling to a faulty narrative, we end up living that life story—and becoming trapped in it, unable to grow or change. Funny, thought-provoking, and above all else, honest, Gottlieb shows us how to rewrite our stories—even those that are deeply held—so that something transformative can happen. When we change the narrative, Gottlieb reminds us, what we are really changing is the quality of our lives.

Episode 89- Lori Gottlieb on How Changing Your Story Can Change Your Life

We all have stories we tell ourselves that define the way we live our lives. Stories help you make sense of your life, but they can also keep you stuck. How can you become the editor of your life? Therapist Lori Gottlieb is the author of the New York Times bestseller Maybe You Should Talk to Someone and writes the Dear Therapist advice column for The Atlantic. In this conversation, we talk about how to defeat toxic thinking, change our self-limiting narratives, and get unstuck. It’s about changing your narrative to change your life.

How Changing Your Story Changes Everything | Chris Agnos | TEDxBend

Our old story of separation is unsustainable. To save our planet, we must embrace and act upon a deeper understanding of who are…truly interconnected beings.

If humanity is to not just survive but thrive, we must change the narrative of modern civilization. So says Agnos, self-proclaimed change agent and co-director at Sustainable Human. Agnos believes it’s high time we re-imagined the story of the world we wish to live in. By inspiring social and cultural change through attitudes of sustainability, empathy and love of life, Agnos’ strategy is based on volunteering, gifting and the desire to create an abundant world. Currently the Sustainable Human Facebook page has more than 1.3 million subscribers.

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Lori Gottlieb — The Power of Getting to Unknow Yourself | The Tim Ferriss Show

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Her recent TED Talk is one of the top 10 most-watched of the year, and she is a sought-after expert in media such as the Today show, Good Morning America, CBS’s Early Show, CNN’s Newsroom, and NPR’s Fresh Air. Her new iHeart podcast, Dear Therapists, produced by Katie Couric, will premiere this year.

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Stories From A Therapist In Therapy: Lori Gottlieb | Rich Roll Podcast

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My guest today Los Angeles-based psychotherapist and journalist Lori Gottlieb. Lori is the weekly ‘Dear Therapist’ columnist for the Atlantic and contributes to several publications including the New York Times. Her latest book, ‘Maybe You Should Talk to Someone’ is NYT bestselling peek behind the scenes of a therapist’s world.

This is a conversation about what happens when a therapist -- someone specifically trained to understand what makes people do what they do -- experiences her own personal crisis. But it’s also a broader conversation about mental well-being in general. A discussion about the psychological impact of comparing ourselves to others. Healthy and unhealthy parenting practices. Repairing ruptured relationships. And many other topics.
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Lori Gottlieb: Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, Her Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed

Lori Gottlieb, MA: Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, Her Therapist, and Our Lives Revealed (04/09/19)

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Patients more often than not enter therapy with a broken origination of the issues that drove them to search out assistance in any case. They abstain from standing up to the genuine idea of their issues through imperfect stories and defense mechanisms. Their basic issues regularly include a dread of death, seclusion as well as unimportance, which is typically combined with an absence of a feeling of opportunity. Recapturing a feeling of opportunity is the way to recovery, yet individuals' inward resistance to change makes that troublesome. To defeat that opposition, a patient should just recognize and express the feelings encompassing her hidden issue.

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How understanding divorce can help your marriage | Jeannie Suk Gersen

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To understand what makes marriages work, we need to talk about why they sometimes end, says family law professor Jeannie Suk Gersen. Follow along as she lays out three ways that thinking about marital decisions through the lens of divorce can help you better navigate togetherness from the beginning.

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Therapist Shares Why You're Attracted To People Who Are Wrong For You

Lori Gottlieb admits to Jay Shetty that she has always been fascinated by people’s stories. This allure first led her to television, but a desire to make an even deeper impact drew her to a career in counseling. There, she focuses on helping people explore their stories and rediscover their self-worth.

Gottlieb, one of the leading therapists in the country, sat down with Shetty to talk about the power of emotions, human connection, and good therapy.

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Re-Scripting The Stories We Tell Ourselves | Colleen Georges | TEDxRutgers

Does the voice inside our head dictate the kind of life we’ll lead? In her fascinating talk on positive psychology research, personal experiences and critical reflections, Dr. Georges uncovers what happens when we let our internal mindsets affect our relationship with the world around us.


A recovering catastrophizer, Georges took off her gray-colored glasses 15 years ago and began re-scripting her once dreary, disempowered self-story. Her own perspective shifting journey from anxiety to gratitude ignited her work teaching and coaching others in how to rewrite negatives into positives. Through her teaching, coaching, community wellness groups, speaking, and writing, Georges shares a core message—we control how we view and act in our worlds. We can choose to leave behind shame-fueled, worry-driven, auto-piloted narratives, and instead script self-compassionate, hopeful, purpose-directed adventures. Georges is a Rutgers University Lecturer in counseling and women’s leadership, as well as a three-time Rutgers alum, earning her bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees in Psychology. She runs a Positive Psychology life and career coaching practice, blogs for Huffington Post, and is currently writing her first solely authored book, Seeing All The Good.

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Maybe You Should Talk to Someone With Lori Gottlieb || The Psychology Podcast

Today we’re excited to have Lori Gottlieb on the podcast. Gottlieb is a psychotherapist and New York Times bestselling author of Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, which is being adapted as a television series with Eva Longoria. In addition to her clinical practice, she writes The Atlantic’s weekly “Dear Therapist” advice column and is the co-host of iHeart’s upcoming “Dear Therapists” podcast, produced by Katie Couric. She is also a TED speaker, a ​member of the Advisory Council for Bring Change to Mind, and advisor to the Aspen Institute. She is a sought-after expert in media such as The Today Show, Good Morning America, The CBS Early Show, CNN, and NPR’s “Fresh Air.” Learn more at LoriGottlieb.com or by following her @LoriGottlieb1 on Twitter.
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The fundamental themes of human existence
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Why we feel isolated in our experiences
The loneliness crisis on college campuses
How the internet helps us numb
How to know when social media has become an addiction
Why happiness as a goal is a disaster
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Why we are often scared to do things that excite us
Why there is no “hierarchy of pain”
The hierarchy of pain and the social justice movement
Why is it so hard for us to change when we know what to do?
Why we don’t let ourselves be happy
The importance of self-compassion
The most important factor in the success of therapy
What makes for a boring patient?
Why feelings sometimes don’t care about facts
Common myths of therapy
“Part of us wants something and there’s another part of us that goes against the thing we want”
Why “our feelings need air”
How numbness is a state of being overwhelmed by too many feelings
The importance of seeing your own agency and the choices you have

The Difference Between a Narcissist & a Sociopath: Lori Gottlieb

Lori Gottlieb is a psychotherapist and the author Maybe You Should Talk to Someone. In this episode, she tells me the inside baseball of therapy: what's the difference between a narcistist and a sociopath? How do you spot them (so you don't end up in relationships with them) / make sure YOU'RE not one. I also ask her how to deal with passive aggression, the benefits of therapy, and what ways she's personally seen her own client's lives improve.

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Maybe You Should Talk to Someone by Lori Gottlieb | Book Review

Today I'm reviewing Lori Gottlieb's new memoir Maybe You Should Talk to Someone: A Therapist, HER Therapist, and our Lives Revealed.

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How designing brand-new enzymes could change the world | Adam Garske

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If DNA is the blueprint of life, enzymes are the laborers that carry out its instructions, says chemical biologist Adam Garske. In this fun talk and demo, he shows how scientists can now edit and design enzymes for specific functions -- to help treat diseases like diabetes, create energy-efficient laundry detergent and even capture greenhouse gases -- and performs his own enzyme experiment onstage.

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Lori Gottlieb | The Big Question

At The Atlantic Fest, we asked today's leading voices the questions that were on everyone's minds. In The Big Question, we focused on the less-asked, but just as fascinating, queries.

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