‘Real Housewives Of New York’ News 2015: Sonja Morgan Thinks Ramona Singer Isn’t Ready For A Boyfriend Just Yet [VIDEO]

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Sometimes hearing the truth hurts, especially when it comes from a trusted friend. The Real Housewives of New York star Sonja Morgan thinks Ramona Singer should slow it down when it comes to finding a man in her life, as she thinks her good friend is still healing her wounds from her very nasty divorce from her soon-to-be ex-husband, Mario Singer.

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According to Reality Tea on Tuesday, Morgan thinks that Singer might also be expecting a little too much from her future partner and might never find the man of her dreams if she uses a pre-qualification list of the things she wants and doesn't want in a partner.

Morgan said, "I cringe when I hear Ramona listing all of the qualifications she has to have in a future partner. It's good to have qualities in mind that you appreciate and to know yourself, but sometimes love comes in surprising packages," reminds Sonja. "Love only comes when you are open to receiving it, and Ramona may be too freshly wounded to find a partner right now."

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Meanwhile, Singer herself has admitted to having suicidal thoughts last year.

In a new interview with Fox News on Friday, the blonde bombshell says it was mentally difficult to pick herself up again after realizing that her ex had a secret affair with his mistress, Hamptons socialite Kasey Dexter. At one point Singer admits that she even considered killing herself.

She said, "I'm kind of embarrassed to even talk about it. This was in the fall when I discovered the affair and I was trying to just hide from it and bury it under the rug... It's a crippling feeling. I do take the subway and I remember waiting for the train and being so sad and so forlorn... and thinking I hate my life. It was a passing thought. I wasn't really-- but it was a passing thought, but I know enough about psychology and therapy to know that it [suicidal thoughts] mean you are depressed. I had a thought that maybe I'd be better off dead than alive."

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