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Weekly essays that explore the joys and tribulations of love.



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Modern Love Podcast: Willem Dafoe Reads 'Missing a Father I Hardly Knew'


This week, the "Florida Project" actor reads an essay about a parent's largely private life.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


A woman who had collected stories of others' marriages and infidelities for years learns a powerful lesson that research alone could never teach.


By ELIZABETH FLOCK


This week, we celebrate a milestone with snippets from listeners' favorite episodes.https://www.pinterest.com/powerpoint_templates/social-media-powerpoint-template/


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


She believed that loving a person would be a safer bet than investing in a cryptocurrency she could neither touch nor understand.


By MALKA FLEISCHMANN


Modern Love Podcast: Andrea Martin Reads 'A Dose of Empathy From My Syrian Doctor'


On this week's podcast, the "Great News" actress tells the story of a physician who fills an emotional void in a patient's life.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


Saddled with a run-down house, a faltering marriage and a vanishing bank account, a woman takes to her two-wheeler.


By ELAISHA STOKES


Modern Love Podcast: Richard Jenkins Reads 'In My Fantasy, I Caught Up to Reality'


On this week's podcast, the "Shape of Water" actor reads an essay about how running away from your problems can sometimes lead to an answer.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


How physical desire, fake flattery and a vanishing act can make casual sex anything but casual.


By GABRIELLE ULUBAY


Modern Love Podcast: Lois Smith Reads 'Yes, We Do. Even at Our Age.'


On this week's podcast, the "Lady Bird" actress reads Nancy Price Freedman's essay about how sex changes over time.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


A teenager in a wheelchair forges an unlikely but enduring relationship with the young woman hired to care for his infant half brother.


Modern Love Podcast: Margarita Levieva Reads 'In the New Year, More Cuddling'


On this week's podcast, the actress shares one woman's radical approach to conquering a fear of intimacy.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


On a subway platform, she shared a New Year's Eve kiss with a man planning to be a priest. Could it go any further?


By KATIE SHEPHERD


Modern Love Podcast: Greta Gerwig Reads 'Sharing a Cab, and My Toes'


On this week's podcast, the "Lady Bird" director tells the story of an odd encounter with a co-worker.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


This year's most-read Modern Love columns delivered unexpected kernels of wisdom.


By DANIEL JONES


As Christmas nears, a young woman hospitalized with pediatric leukemia basks in a new romance even as her health fails.


By LESLIE GAUTHIER


Modern Love Podcast: Kristin Scott Thomas Reads 'How the Dining Dead Got Talking Again'


On this week's podcast, the actress tells the story of a couple that rediscovers the rhythm of their lifelong conversation.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


She was gravely ill. He had a job with health insurance. Nothing like tying the knot on the way to the hospital to make someone believe in love.


By PAULINE MILLER


Modern Love Podcast: Sasheer Zamata Reads 'Was I on a Date or Babysitting?'


On this week's podcast, the actress and comedian reads an essay about the trouble with men who behave like children.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


Nine years of therapy and one board game help a woman understand that love can't be mastered through hard work and perfectionism.


By CHRISTIE TATE


Modern Love Podcast: Caitriona Balfe Reads 'A Boyfriend Too Good to Be True'


On this week's podcast, the "Outlander" star tells the story of a grandmother with Alzheimer's and how the disease filtered her family's world.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


An American stepmother feels like an outsider in the British family she joined. Driving the car pool in her bathrobe doesn't help.


By KATHERINE HEINY


Sometimes we fall for a person, sometimes a place. For Jacqueline Woodson, it was disco-drenched New York, where anything, and everything, could happen.


By JACQUELINE WOODSON


Winning the College Contest Means Everything Is Rosy, Right?


Some of the youngest Modern Love contributors weigh in on the impact of writing and publishing their essays.


She fell in love with a married man. He told his wife he wanted to split up. How did they all end up as close friends?


By ELIZABETH R. COVINGTON


36 Questions That Lead to Love (Again)


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Modern Love Podcast: Andrea Martin Reads 'A Dose of Empathy From My Syrian Doctor'


On this week's podcast, the "Great News" actress tells the story of a physician who fills an emotional void in a patient's life.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


Saddled with a run-down house, a faltering marriage and a vanishing bank account, a woman takes to her two-wheeler.


By ELAISHA STOKES


Modern Love Podcast: Richard Jenkins Reads 'In My Fantasy, I Caught Up to Reality'


On this week's podcast, the "Shape of Water" actor reads an essay about how running away from your problems can sometimes lead to an answer.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


How physical desire, fake flattery and a vanishing act can make casual sex anything but casual.


By GABRIELLE ULUBAY


Modern Love Podcast: Lois Smith Reads 'Yes, We Do. Even at Our Age.'


On this week's podcast, the "Lady Bird" actress reads Nancy Price Freedman's essay about how sex changes over time.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


A teenager in a wheelchair forges an unlikely but enduring relationship with the young woman hired to care for his infant half brother.


Modern Love Podcast: Margarita Levieva Reads 'In the New Year, More Cuddling'


On this week's podcast, the actress shares one woman's radical approach to conquering a fear of intimacy.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


On a subway platform, she shared a New Year's Eve kiss with a man planning to be a priest. Could it go any further?


By KATIE SHEPHERD


Modern Love Podcast: Greta Gerwig Reads 'Sharing a Cab, and My Toes'


On this week's podcast, the "Lady Bird" director tells the story of an odd encounter with a co-worker.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


This year's most-read Modern Love columns delivered unexpected kernels of wisdom.


By DANIEL JONES


As Christmas nears, a young woman hospitalized with pediatric leukemia basks in a new romance even as her health fails.


By LESLIE GAUTHIER


Modern Love Podcast: Kristin Scott Thomas Reads 'How the Dining Dead Got Talking Again'


On this week's podcast, the actress tells the story of a couple that rediscovers the rhythm of their lifelong conversation.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


She was gravely ill. He had a job with health insurance. Nothing like tying the knot on the way to the hospital to make someone believe in love.


By PAULINE MILLER


Modern Love Podcast: Sasheer Zamata Reads 'Was I on a Date or Babysitting?'


On this week's podcast, the actress and comedian reads an essay about the trouble with men who behave like children.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


Nine years of therapy and one board game help a woman understand that love can't be mastered through hard work and perfectionism.


By CHRISTIE TATE


Modern Love Podcast: Caitriona Balfe Reads 'A Boyfriend Too Good to Be True'


On this week's podcast, the "Outlander" star tells the story of a grandmother with Alzheimer's and how the disease filtered her family's world.


By THE NEW YORK TIMES


An American stepmother feels like an outsider in the British family she joined. Driving the car pool in her bathrobe doesn't help.


By KATHERINE HEINY


Sometimes we fall for a person, sometimes a place. For Jacqueline Woodson, it was disco-drenched New York, where anything, and everything, could happen.


By JACQUELINE WOODSON


Winning the College Contest Means Everything Is Rosy, Right?


Some of the youngest Modern Love contributors weigh in on the impact of writing and publishing their essays.


She fell in love with a married man. He told his wife he wanted to split up. How did they all end up as close friends?

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