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Movingmatthew-hamilton-twWIq9MxPRg-unsplashDear Carol: Thirty years ago, my parents grew tired of the northern climate and moved to an over 55 community in Arizona. Dad died three years ago, and mom is now 78 and alone. Most of her friends have moved or died. Mom’s mentally sharp, but isolated and lonely, though she says she misses the everchanging pre-teen grandchildren.  We want her to move closer so we can take care of her. She says no but we think it’s just stubbornness. How do we make her listen? – YE

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