Your guide to finding comfort in the chaos and feeling less alone.

Mental Health Awareness One Conversation At A Time

A Letter For My Listeners...

My first year living in New York City did not exactly live up to my expectations.  Where was my social circle that brought together friends from life’s different eras and served as my metropolitan support system?  Where was my boyfriend who had a successful career in Private Equity and treated me to dinners at Via Carota? Why did I never have plans on the weekends?  How was it possible to feel so alone on an island of over 8 million people?

These questions consumed me, slowly destroying the Sex and the City x Friends crossover life I had imagined for my twenty-something self.  Despite the wise words of blink-182, no one had prepared me for how much 23 would suck.

If someone had told me that in just under a year I would create something that fueled me with passion and purpose, I would have laughed in disbelief.  Solace and the City™ has truly changed me, and I am eternally grateful for all of the people who have helped me turn this project into a profession.  If my episodes have connected with someone, somewhere, in some way, then I know that this has been a success.  At the very least, I hope this podcast has given you all the same sense of solace that is in its title.

If you are feeling similar to the way I felt as a post-grad, please remember that being alone does not equate to loneliness.  You are strong, and these feelings will pass.  Until they do, I will always be here to help you process them.  

All my love,


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Founder & Host

Zoe Scurletis

A young professional currently living and working in New York City. Zoe is no stranger to anxiety, depression, and suicide. After a series of events Zoe desired to open up the conversation of mental health and bring awareness to those who are willing to hear the powerful stories surrounding mental health.

Digital Media & Marketing Manager

Sydney White

Currently a third Year student at Johns Hopkins University. Sydney hopes to use her degree in psychology to work with individuals who have been persecuted while claiming an insanity defense. Sydney spends who free time doing social services for disadvantaged communities.

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