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Jul 10, 2019

Do you ever wish you could change the story to your love life?  Have you thought about talking to someone to help you do that?  After today’s special episode, you will be inspired to do both! On this powerful episode, Kim interviews the popular Lori Gottlieb, a celebrated psychotherapist and NY Times bestselling author of the new book, "Maybe You Should Talk to Someone.”  Currently being adapted as a TV series on ABC with Eva Longoria, the book dives into Lori's personal experience seeking therapy after a crisis threatens to crush her world and details several stories based on her patients over the years.  As a former therapist herself, Kim shares her experience post-divorce when she needed to reach out for more support to change her love story. Lori and Kim have a special conversation discussing the truth that even professionals need professional guidance in their personal lives. Nobody is immune from the struggle and by sharing stories, we can all break patterns and heal. This conversation is fundamentally about how to allow yourself to be emotionally open with other people. Whether it's with your next date or your therapist, this episode will show you the difference between true vulnerability and TMI! If you've ever found yourself dating the "same person" over and over again, or repeating patterns you can't figure out how to break, listen closely! You will hear concrete advice from 2 licensed professionals about how to break your cycle. It's rarely easy to reach out for help when you need it, but when you do you strengthen relationships and change the story of your love life. Take the first step in talking with someone by signing up for a breakthrough call with Kim right here: Also, if you're going to be in the San Francisco area July 25-26, Kim's Flirt Academy Workshop in partnership with The Great Love Debate is coming to you! Check out Kim's Facebook page: for more details.