Love stories. Dating stories. Relationship stories. Stories about romance, marriage, partnership, sex, loss, and the human heart. Served with a side of advice. Hosted by Boston Globe advice columnist Meredith Goldstein. Distributed by PRX.
Sidebar: Does 'When Harry Met Sally' Hold Up?
Love Letters producer Katelyn Harrop just saw "When Harry Met Sally" for the first time, which leaves Meredith (a WHMS superfan) with one burning question: Has it aged well? They discuss in this Sidebar mini-episode. Email your dating and relationship questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
#2 No Roadmap Required
Michaela always craved the kind of life she didn’t have as a kid. She’d find a stable guy, settle down, and start a family. For several years, she seemed to be on her way. But then she discovered that, no matter how clear that original path may have seemed, she ultimately had to build her own. Email us at email@example.com.
Sidebar: He's Hooked Up With All His Friends
Meredith and producer Katelyn Harrop take on two new letters, including one from a woman in her 40s who digs her new boyfriend but wasn't thrilled to learn that he'd previously hooked up with most of the women in his friend group. Is this a red flag, or just ancient history? Email your dating and relationship questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
#1 Bill & Jen's Excellent Adventure
All this season, we’ll be telling stories of big changes and how they reshape people’s romantic lives. In the first episode, Meredith shares the story of Bill and Jen, who did that thing many people fantasize about: They quit their day jobs and built a business from scratch. What has this shift meant for their lives – and for their marriage? Email us at email@example.com.
Sidebar: Men in Their 30s
Our new season is launching soon. But first ... Meredith and producer Katelyn Harrop dish on letters to Meredith's Love Letters advice column. This week: A single woman says men in their 30s fall into three categories: already coupled up, recently uncoupled and uninterested in anything serious, and too focused on their careers to contemplate a relationship. Does the LL team agree? Email us your dating and relationship questions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We're trying out this new thing today. It's called Sidebar. It's a snack-sized episode in which Meredith and producer Katelyn Harrop discuss their favorite recent letters to Meredith's advice column in The Boston Globe. We'll drop you a Sidebar every now and then, between our usual, full-length episodes. In today's episode: finding love in the carpool lane and what it means to date a divorcee. Email us at email@example.com.
I love this podcast and have been listening since the beginning. Each season makes me think critically about love and relationships. I really like Meredith’s interview style and the episodes are a good length. Producing is great - show flows pretty flawlessly and the ads don’t take up too much time. Relationships are all so different and I love how this show explores such variety. The new “sidebar” episodes are peaking my interest so far; I like that they’re short and answer letter writer questions and I’ll be interested to see how they progress. Thank you Meredith, Kaitlyn, and love letters team!
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Ew. Producer’s annoying VOICE
Producer Kait or whoever spoke on the Aug 15th ep. Her vocal fry and college girl tone is so aggravating to listen to. Please stop inviting her to the show