It sounds like you are an incredible aunt, your niece is very lucky to have you. Being single myself (I’m 26), and having been working on shidduchim for 7 years, I can tell you one thing and hope you can pass this on to your niece as well… When it comes to shidduchim, getting yeses and going out, getting engaged and getting married, has NOTHING to do with if you are a good person without a past. It has nothing to do with middos, hashkafa, whether you were G.O or Chessed head in highschool, whether you went to the best camps, or whether you do more chessed than anyone else. It has nothing to do with looks, and nothing to do with weight. I can list hundreds of people who have troubled pasts, are on medication, are overweight, have no money etc who got married immediately, and people who “have it all”, and are still single. You niece, along with the rest of us singles, should never let the idea of being single make us feel like we are worth less than we are. This is a nisayon, that’s it. It’s our job to believe Hashem has a plan, stay happy, positive, and do good while we wait for the right one. We can’t use being single as an excuse, we must use it as a motivator to get in as much as we can while we have the time, and hopefully with Hashem’s help, we will be zoche to continue doing amazing things with a husband who will help us become the best we can be.
Please pass this on to your niece. She is an amazing young woman who WILL iyH get married. Hashem is just waiting for the opportune moment. Hashem is an Expert At Timing, and that special time WILL come. It’s not “if” it’ll happen, it’s “when”.
Until then, please send me her information and please ask her to reach out to me firstname.lastname@example.org. I will try my best to work on her, as well as daven for her.
May your niece and all the others singles out there (and anyone else who needs a yeshua) be sent their spouse and their yeshua b’karov.
You are an amazing aunt, you will be repaid a thousand fold- on this world and the next!