My Divorced Crybaby Neighbour Chapter 43“, the protagonist’s neighbour cries loudly every night since her divorce. The protagonist tries to help her by talking to her and offering her a shoulder to cry on.
1. MY DIVORCED CRYBABY NEIGHBOUR CHAPTER 43
I had just put the kids to bed and was about to relax with a glass of wine when I heard a knock on the door. I sighed, knowing that it was probably my divorced crybaby neighbour again.
She had been bugging me for weeks, ever since her husband had left her. She would come over crying and begging for help, and I was just about sick of it. I didn’t know how to get rid of her, but I knew I had to do something.
I opened the door, and sure enough, there she was, standing there with her red, puffy eyes. I tried to be sympathetic, but I just couldn’t take it anymore.
She just stared at me for a moment, and then she started to cry even harder.
“I’m sorry, but you need to leave.” I said, trying to sound as gentle as possible.
She just stared at me for a moment longer, and then she turned and walked away. I watched her as she walked back to her own house, and I sighed.
I knew I had been harsh, but I just couldn’t take it anymore. I hoped she would get the help she needed, but I knew I couldn’t be the one to provide it.
2. The day my neighbour’s divorce was finalised
It was a day like any other. I woke up, got dressed, and went downstairs to make breakfast. I knew it was my neighbour, so I went to answer it.
She was standing there, red-eyed and sniffling. I could tell she had been crying. She asked if she could come in, and I stepped aside to let her in.
We sat down at the kitchen table, and she told me that her divorce had been finalized that morning. She said she was relieved, but also sad.
I listened as she talked about her marriage, and how it had fallen apart. She said she never wanted to get divorced, but it was the only way out of the situation.
She told me she was moving out of the house next week, and would be moving in with her sister. I told her I was sorry, and that I would miss her.
I sat at the table, thinking about her and her situation. I was sad that her marriage had ended, but I was also happy that she would be starting a new chapter in her life.
3. How I found out my neighbour was getting divorced
It had been a long day. I was exhausted from work and just wanted to go home, relax, and forget about the world for a while. But as soon as I got home, I was greeted by the sound of my neighbor’s loud sobbing.
The noise was coming from her apartment, and it sounded like she was in a lot of pain. I couldn’t just leave her there crying by herself, so I decided to go over and see if she was okay.
When I knocked on her door, she immediately opened it and threw herself into my arms, crying even harder. I was completely caught off guard, but I managed to pat her back and murmur some comforting words.
Eventually, she calmed down enough to tell me what was wrong. She said that she had just found out her husband was cheating on her and that they were getting a divorce.
I was shocked. I had always thought they were the perfect couple. They always seemed so happy together.
I comforted my neighbor the best I could and told her that everything would be alright. I promised her that she would find someone who would treat her the way she deserved.
4. Why I offered to help my neighbour through her divorce
I offered to help my neighbour through her divorce for a few reasons. First, I felt bad for her. Secondly, I knew she would need help with her kids. I thought I could help take care of them, and give her a break. Lastly, I wanted to be a good friend, and I knew this was something she needed.
5. How my neighbour’s divorce has changed her
It’s been almost a year since my neighbour’s divorce and she’s still not over it. She cries all the time, she’s lost a lot of weight, and she’s always talking about her ex-husband. I feel so bad for her, but I don’t know what to do or how to help.
I remember when they first got married. They were so in love and always laughing and joking around together. They were the perfect couple. They stopped spending time together and they started arguing all the time. I could hear them yelling at each other through the walls late at night.
Then, one day, they moved out. They didn’t even say goodbye. I remember my neighbour crying and begging her husband to stay, but he just packed his bags and left. Since then, she’s been a mess.
I’ve tried to talk to her and be there for her, but it’s just so hard to see her like this. I can’t even imagine how she’s going to get through the rest of her life without her husband. I just hope and pray that one day she’ll be able to move on and be happy again.
6. What I’ve learned from helping my neighbour through her divorce
It’s been about six months since my neighbour’s husband left her, and in that time I’ve learned a lot about what it takes to get through a divorce. Here are six things I’ve learned from helping my neighbour through her divorce:
1. It’s okay to cry.
My neighbour has been through a lot in the past six months, and she’s cried more than her share of tears. At first I wasn’t sure how to deal with her crying, but I’ve learned that it’s okay to let her cry. It’s a natural part of the grieving process, and it’s actually good for her to let it out.
2. It’s okay to be angry.
My neighbour has been angry at her husband for leaving her, and she’s also been angry at herself for not seeing the signs that he was unhappy. I’ve learned that it’s okay for her to be angry, and that it’s actually healthy for her to express that anger.
3. It’s okay to be scared.
My neighbour is scared about the future, and she’s scared about being alone. I’ve learned that it’s okay to be scared, and that it’s actually normal to feel this way after a divorce.
4. It’s okay to need help.
My neighbour has needed a lot of help over the past six months, and I’ve been happy to help her. I’ve learned that it’s okay to need help, and that there’s nothing wrong with asking for help when you’re going through a tough time.
5. It’s okay to take your time.
My neighbour is taking her time getting over her divorce, and she’s not in any hurry to start dating again. I’ve learned that it’s okay to take your time, and that there’s no need to Rush into anything after a divorce.
6. It’s okay to be happy.
My neighbour is starting to feel better, and she’s starting to smile and laugh again. I’ve learned that it’s okay to be happy, and that it’s actually possible to be happy after a divorce.