My mom is feeling lonely?

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  • My mom is feeling lonely?


Answer #1 | 23/12 2013 00:03
well, you cant do anything but to comfort her. hug her, go out, have a dinner date together. It's wrong for you to set up your mom with another guy. just wait and time will come, she will have a partner. patience my dear.
Answer #2 | 23/12 2013 00:14
She has raised you well and you've grown into a very caring person. I bet she is very proud of you. It must have been tough raising you alone, but she did it! She's a very strong woman and I respect that. Problem is, you can't help her to feel better like boyfriend/husband love. All you can do is to make sure to let her to that you're there for her. Tell her how much you appreciate her, how much you love her and how much you care about her. You can only give daughter's love and I say give that to the fullest. Maybe help her out more, spend more time with her and do something fun together. Then maybe you can think about setting her up later. That is if she doesn't find anyone to be with.
Answer #3 | 23/12 2013 00:17
I think that the first thing that will help her is when she opens up her problems to you. That will help her feel more at ease now that she has someone to talk to her about her problems and stuff. Tell her comforting things that will help her open up to you (e.g. "Remember that I'm always right here for you whenever you need me, 'kay?"). NEVER force her into telling you what her problem is. That will make the situation much, much worse. Her telling and you listening is always the first step in helping others. When she does tell you, don't tell her advice, don't tell her to move on, and don't tell her anything. Just listen. Telling others what you think of their problem doesn't help, 'cause it's THEIR problem. THEIR pain. Your job is to help her. So, to help her move on without telling her, make her smile in any way you can. Make her proud (e.g. show her high grades). Make her laugh and don't do things that she doesn't like (at least for the mean time). Make sure everything you do comes from the heart, like writing her a letter, singing her a song, talking to her about "those funny moments". Make her forget about her bf for a while. So, yeah. Listen, and help her let go without her knowing (if she knows what you're up to, she'll never open up to you and she'll think more often than usual about her bf). Good luck!

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