Have you been in love? Have you ever been dumped? Are you a fan of Boston Globe advice columnist Meredith Goldstein?
If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, we have a new podcast for you. It’s called Love Letters.
On each season of the show, Meredith will explore a single, burning question about love and relationships through stories, conversations with experts, and confessions from her own life.
In Season One, Meredith tackles one of the toughest – and most common – questions she gets: How do I get over a breakup?
Love Letters launches March 20. Subscribe to the podcast and listen to the trailer today on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, RadioPublic, or wherever you get your podcasts. For updates about the show, visit loveletters.show or sign up for our newsletter here.
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