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Dear Sugars
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Dear Sugars

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Radically empathic advice

Latest Episodes

Dear Sugars Presents: Hot And Bothered

EIn this special episode of Dear Sugars, Steve Almond is a featured guest on the Spoke Media podcast "Hot and Bothered."

33 MIN6 d ago
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Dear Sugars Presents: Hot And Bothered

Dear Sugars Presents: A Place Of Respite

Dear Sugars' sister podcast, Kind World, recently produced aspecial series featuring stories of kindness and compassion at the U.S.-Mexico border. It's called "Lifelines" and tells stories of ordinary people who've stepped up in extraordinary ways during an ongoing humanitarian crisis. This story is called, "A Place Of Respite."

14 MIN1 w ago
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Dear Sugars Presents: A Place Of Respite

Episodes We Love: I'm In Love With My Abuser

The Sugars answer a voicemail message from the Dear Sugars hotline. The message comes from a woman who reunited with her ex-boyfriend, who once assaulted her. Wracked with shame, she wonders if reconciling with him is acceptable and if it’s possible he’ll change. Esta Soler, president and founder of Futures Without Violence, joins the Sugars to help answer the question: Is it O.K. to love someone who abused you? This episode was originally released on April 21st, 2018.

26 MIN2 w ago
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Episodes We Love: I'm In Love With My Abuser

Episodes We Love: Rage Is A Red Lesson

Shortly after the birth of her first child, a letter-writer who calls herself “Tantrum Daughter” lost her mother to suicide. Now, with a second child on the way, Tantrum Daughter is overcome with pain and anger. After reading Morgan Jerkins’s essay “How I Overcame My Anger as a Black Writer Online,” the Sugars enlist her help to answer Tantrum Daughter’s letter. This episode was originally released on May 12th, 2018.

40 MIN3 w ago
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Episodes We Love: Rage Is A Red Lesson

Episodes We Love: A Spy In The House Of Love

Snooping on your spouse is generally ill-advised, but what if he or she has an addiction and is constantly lying about it? The Sugars answer this question with the help of writer Ariel Levy. This episode was originally released on December 2nd, 2017

33 MINOCT 12
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Episodes We Love: A Spy In The House Of Love

Dear Sugars Presents: How To! With Charles Duhigg

In this special episode of Dear Sugars, Cheryl Strayed is a featured guest on the Slate podcast How To! with Charles Duhigg. We hear from Megan who is 35 years old, a lawyer, happily married — and suddenly not sure if she wants to be a mom. She always figured one day the maternal urge would kick in, but so far she’s only felt ambivalence. Does that mean that she shouldn’t have a baby? Cheryl tells us how she juggled this question when there is no going back, and how regret — regardless of what we choose — is always part of the equation. Subscribe to How To! with Charles Duhigg at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-to-with-charles-duhigg/id1469631127

28 MINOCT 5
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Dear Sugars Presents: How To! With Charles Duhigg

Episodes We Love: Cutting The Financial Cord

At age 18, we are granted the rights and responsibilities of adulthood in the eyes of the law. But for parents of young adults, it’s not so clear cut. When is the right time to wean your children off the family payroll? The Sugars tackle this question with the help of Dr. Kate Gale. This episode was originally released on December 23rd, 2017.

30 MINSEP 30
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Episodes We Love: Cutting The Financial Cord

Episodes We Love: The Ugly Truth

Most of us have days when we don’t feel attractive. But in this episode, the Sugars read letters from people whose faces are at odds with conventional ideas of beauty. The writer Ariel Henley joins the Sugars to talk about her own facial differences. Henley was born with Crouzon Syndrome. As a child, she underwent dozens of surgeries that permanently changed the shape of her face. This episode was originally released December 16th, 2017.

36 MINSEP 22
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Episodes We Love: The Ugly Truth

Episodes We Love: Lovers & Friends

It’s healthy to cultivate friendships outside of your romantic relationships. But sometimes, they can be the source of jealousy and resentment. So when is jealousy actually justified? In this rapid-fire episode, the Sugars weigh in on this question and offer ways to confront and neutralize feelings of jealousy. This episode was originally released on March 31st, 2018.

44 MINSEP 16
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Episodes We Love: Lovers & Friends

Episodes We Love: The Double Bind Of Female Ambition

The Sugars are joined by Hillary Clinton to answer a letter about female ambition. This episode was originally released on November 18th, 2017.

23 MINSEP 7
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Episodes We Love: The Double Bind Of Female Ambition

Latest Episodes

Dear Sugars Presents: Hot And Bothered

EIn this special episode of Dear Sugars, Steve Almond is a featured guest on the Spoke Media podcast "Hot and Bothered."

33 MIN6 d ago
Comments
Dear Sugars Presents: Hot And Bothered

Dear Sugars Presents: A Place Of Respite

Dear Sugars' sister podcast, Kind World, recently produced aspecial series featuring stories of kindness and compassion at the U.S.-Mexico border. It's called "Lifelines" and tells stories of ordinary people who've stepped up in extraordinary ways during an ongoing humanitarian crisis. This story is called, "A Place Of Respite."

14 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Dear Sugars Presents: A Place Of Respite

Episodes We Love: I'm In Love With My Abuser

The Sugars answer a voicemail message from the Dear Sugars hotline. The message comes from a woman who reunited with her ex-boyfriend, who once assaulted her. Wracked with shame, she wonders if reconciling with him is acceptable and if it’s possible he’ll change. Esta Soler, president and founder of Futures Without Violence, joins the Sugars to help answer the question: Is it O.K. to love someone who abused you? This episode was originally released on April 21st, 2018.

26 MIN2 w ago
Comments
Episodes We Love: I'm In Love With My Abuser

Episodes We Love: Rage Is A Red Lesson

Shortly after the birth of her first child, a letter-writer who calls herself “Tantrum Daughter” lost her mother to suicide. Now, with a second child on the way, Tantrum Daughter is overcome with pain and anger. After reading Morgan Jerkins’s essay “How I Overcame My Anger as a Black Writer Online,” the Sugars enlist her help to answer Tantrum Daughter’s letter. This episode was originally released on May 12th, 2018.

40 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Episodes We Love: Rage Is A Red Lesson

Episodes We Love: A Spy In The House Of Love

Snooping on your spouse is generally ill-advised, but what if he or she has an addiction and is constantly lying about it? The Sugars answer this question with the help of writer Ariel Levy. This episode was originally released on December 2nd, 2017

33 MINOCT 12
Comments
Episodes We Love: A Spy In The House Of Love

Dear Sugars Presents: How To! With Charles Duhigg

In this special episode of Dear Sugars, Cheryl Strayed is a featured guest on the Slate podcast How To! with Charles Duhigg. We hear from Megan who is 35 years old, a lawyer, happily married — and suddenly not sure if she wants to be a mom. She always figured one day the maternal urge would kick in, but so far she’s only felt ambivalence. Does that mean that she shouldn’t have a baby? Cheryl tells us how she juggled this question when there is no going back, and how regret — regardless of what we choose — is always part of the equation. Subscribe to How To! with Charles Duhigg at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-to-with-charles-duhigg/id1469631127

28 MINOCT 5
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Dear Sugars Presents: How To! With Charles Duhigg

Episodes We Love: Cutting The Financial Cord

At age 18, we are granted the rights and responsibilities of adulthood in the eyes of the law. But for parents of young adults, it’s not so clear cut. When is the right time to wean your children off the family payroll? The Sugars tackle this question with the help of Dr. Kate Gale. This episode was originally released on December 23rd, 2017.

30 MINSEP 30
Comments
Episodes We Love: Cutting The Financial Cord

Episodes We Love: The Ugly Truth

Most of us have days when we don’t feel attractive. But in this episode, the Sugars read letters from people whose faces are at odds with conventional ideas of beauty. The writer Ariel Henley joins the Sugars to talk about her own facial differences. Henley was born with Crouzon Syndrome. As a child, she underwent dozens of surgeries that permanently changed the shape of her face. This episode was originally released December 16th, 2017.

36 MINSEP 22
Comments
Episodes We Love: The Ugly Truth

Episodes We Love: Lovers & Friends

It’s healthy to cultivate friendships outside of your romantic relationships. But sometimes, they can be the source of jealousy and resentment. So when is jealousy actually justified? In this rapid-fire episode, the Sugars weigh in on this question and offer ways to confront and neutralize feelings of jealousy. This episode was originally released on March 31st, 2018.

44 MINSEP 16
Comments
Episodes We Love: Lovers & Friends

Episodes We Love: The Double Bind Of Female Ambition

The Sugars are joined by Hillary Clinton to answer a letter about female ambition. This episode was originally released on November 18th, 2017.

23 MINSEP 7
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Episodes We Love: The Double Bind Of Female Ambition

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