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Dear Sugars

Author: The New York Times and WBUR

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The universe has good news for the lost, lonely and heartsick. The Sugars are here, speaking straight into your ears. Hosted by the original Sugars, Cheryl Strayed and Steve Almond, the podcast fields all your questions — no matter how deep or dark — and offers radical empathy in return. Send your letters to dearsugars@nytimes.com.

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Susan C

I love what you say regarding your own experience to Widows Fiance," "you can replace your wife, but I can't replace my mother. "

Apr 26th
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Nerissa Mohammed

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Apr 5th
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Simona Orzan

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Mar 31st
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Timothy Runke

Can you address men's issues with this?

Jan 21st
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Modesto Gonzalez

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Jan 30th
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Timothy Runke

This is so foolish. I can't get dates yet these women have had multiple relationships and they are complaining about scarcity. wow.

Jan 20th
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Timothy Runke

I think it's big for me as a man too. I feel bad because I feel women don't see me as valuable.

Jan 20th
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Jennifer Grace Hebel

Timothy Runke (based on your two comments only, i don't know anything else about you) maybe it's because you find yourself comparing yourself to others and/or don't value yourself as much as you should and you need to exert more confidence instead of taking on a "oh, woe is me, I can't get any dates". confidence in a man (or woman) is sexy; the "feel sorry for me" attitude is not. I hope you don't take this as any kind of put down. it absolutely isn't. it's just a little insight based solely on a first impression over the internet. take care and good luck.

Apr 3rd
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wae zaping

okay i think

Jan 19th
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Elizabeth Morales

sugars, I was wondering at the end, "but what about the uncle??" He never even received the letter! He might have been more receptive of her words and kindness.

Dec 30th
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Joshua Jordan

my question is does she truly have pain?

Dec 23rd
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Joshua Jordan

As an educator in Gender, Sexuality, and Kink Safe Sex I am really enjoying your concepts, open mindedness and open platform format. Great Job!!!!

Dec 23rd
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Anna

Thank you, thank you, thank you. I need to write that second letter, that one about my dreams and hopes, and start narrating a different story of my life.

Dec 13th
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Tanner Eugene Donovan

Anna 😷

Mar 24th
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Akash Shetty

Anna first time listener and m hooked

Jan 19th
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Dolores Millay

Dear Sugar is a balm for weary, lonely souls. The Sugars are patient, thoughtful, empathetic and kind as they help people live with their emotional turmoil and pain.

Sep 16th
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Linchen Guo

Dolores Millay Dolores is the best!

Sep 16th
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iTunes User

So glad the Sugars are back. Cheryl Strayed and Steve Almond are such magnificent writers and tough-love givers, and the new radio/conversation format is exciting. Can't wait for the next one!

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

As a lover of all things Cheryl Strayed I was so excited for this podcast to come out. Unfortunately, I find myself so annoyed with Steve Almond I can hardly listen anymore. I'm sure he is a great guy but most of the time he drones on incessantly and never lets Cheryl speak. If anything he said made any sense or was helpful that would be one thing. What makes it worst is that his voice is always in this creepy half whisper. I'll give it 3 stars for Cheryl alone.

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

I’ve got a sweet tooth for your show. Marvelous. I listened while washing the dishes and was transported into an interior exploration that helped clean my own dish.

Aug 30th
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