Maybe You Should Talk to Someone Setting & Symbolism

Lori Gottlieb
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Lori's Therapy Room

Lori's therapy room plays a key role in the book. It is where Lori meets with her patients and where she hears their stories first-hand. It is a safe, warm space. It is referred to as a "sanctuary," for John, as well as a "fix" for Charlotte, who says she is addicted to therapy. For Julie, it a break from the real world and her disease. It is a place to "time travel" and escape her problems, and for a short period of time, feel safe and secure. For Lori, it is a place to get to know her patients and help them. It is both an intimate space and a practical one. It serves a practical function, even as it transcends that function with each session.

Hollywood

Hollywood is where Lori was sure she would end up. She originally watched to write for TV...

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