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How many times have you heard this: "I love him, we're great together, but..."? There's always room for doubt, even in the happiest of relationships. So this week, the Sugars take on some of those doubts in rapid-fire fashion. more
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. Writer Ariel Henley joins to talk about her own facial differences. Henley was bor... more
Privilege comes in many forms: socio-economic privilege, gender privilege, heterosexual privilege, to name a few. In this episode, the Sugars reply to two letter writers who are facing different forms of privilege. They discuss with Catrice M. Jackso... more
I loved this episode and it resonated with me when I was married to a person living with an addiction. I was a little disappointed that all the hosts weren’t using person-first language when speaking about addiction. Addict is terribly stigmatizing and can further shame those living with addiction.
As a fellow podcaster. This show is what I strive to become. The sugars ate straight up the real deal love everything about this show. From the honesty of the hosts to the guest and everything in between.
It's good that you came⚘️⚘️⚘️
Love listening to these two. They have great chemistry. Both of their voices are calming. Nice to listen to when you feel anxious or stressed. Everyone has struggles. They don’t ever seem like they are judging people but just giving their best advice from their own experiences.
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Dear Sugars launched 9 years ago and published 301 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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