What’s your love and relationship problem?
Ask Meredith at Love Letters. Yes, it’s anonymous.
Love Letters is a relationship advice column that launched on Boston.com in 2009. Ask questions, get answers from columnist Meredith Goldstein, and join a crew of commenters for crowd-sourced advice. Meredith welcomes letters about every kind of love, whether you’re dating, dealing with in-laws, breaking up, or getting back together. The column also runs in The Boston Globe.
Love Letters, the podcast, features real people from all over the world telling stories about their love, dating, and relationships, lives – with lessons for all. Episodes include the one about the Boston woman determined to answer a key question: “Is it easier to date in New York City?”; the tale of the married guy who turned 40 and built a ball pit in his basement (much to the dismay of his wife); and the story of the woman who moved to Paris and found love, only to realize she wouldn’t be able to move home again. Choose your own favorite episode. Find Love Letters wherever you get your podcasts.
Meredith Goldstein is an advice columnist, journalist, podcaster, and author. She’s written three fiction books (including several YA romances), and one very real memoir – “Can’t Help Myself: Lessons & Confessions from a Modern Advice Columnist” – about her Boston Globe advice column. If you like her voice, she also does the audio book. Meredith was born in New Jersey, raised in Maryland, and has been with the Globe since 2002 because she likes it there and fears change. She appreciates your letters, and loves to hear about your problems. You can write to her at [email protected].
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