Love Letter: Finding Comfort in Silence

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Alice Hoffman, the writer of this week’s Modern Love essay, always found comfort in the long walks and lengthy conversations she shared with her friend of 60 years. However, when her friend’s husband died, both were at a loss for words for the first time in their friendship.

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