March 7, 2021 I’ve listened to a few podcasts this winter that interview the author and therapist, Lori Gottlieb. Lori has written the best-seller, Maybe you should talk to someone, in which she basically invites readers into a therapist’s office, allows us to be interlopers on the kinds of conversations that happen in therapy. In more than one interview, I’ve heard her draw from the Buddhist tradition in deciphering between two kinds of compassion: idiot compassion and wise compassion. 

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