My parents got divorced about 5 years ago and I find myself still coping with it. My dad recently got remarried and my mom is still alone. She's a relatively happy person, has a good job and a lot of friends but she really wants to meet someone nice. She deserves to meet someone nice and it makes me sad that she hasn't yet. I don't know what to say to her when she cries to me on the phone that she's sad and feels depressed and lonely at times She's the one that wanted the divorce, because she had to do it, not because she necessarily wanted to be single at 50. Any words of advice to say to her? Make her feel better? I don't know what to say to her anymore.
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