While sharing a house with her children, a mother in the UK received a handwritten letter in which one of her new neighbors threatened to take over the management of the building if she did not manage it. to keep
silence for twelve continuous hoursbecause, according to the inhabitants of the room, they were disturbing his peace.
This letter said:
“Hello neighbors, we can hear the noise almost every day from the first morning. It disturbs our sleep, especially on weekends. I would appreciate it if you shut out the noise and have some consideration for your neighbors and move to an apartment where the sound radiates. If you cannot control the noise, we need to file a complaint with the building management. Thank you for your consideration.”
For people who have children, trying to rest for long periods of time is a very difficult task and therefore, due to the complaint, a debate has been opened on the Internet about the state.
According to experts, children are naturally curious, energetic and eager to discover the world around them, which is why they often make noise, play and run everywhere. This innate nature of children makes it difficult for them to rest trying to force it to be quiet can backfire for personal
The sender of the letter explained to the British Express outlet that he had lived in the residential complex for six years and had never been concerned about the behavior of his children, but the new neighbors who arrived did not like it.
This is why he decided to leave the defense a common feature of the building where he explained to the inhabitants that he would do his best to keep the noise at bay, and contain the anger of the children in his bosom, lest he should disturb them, and be informed of the letters received with terror.
The woman shared a photo of the letter in an online forum of the Internet to ask the network for advice on how to do the thing, as the boy woke up at 7 am, went to bed at 7 am
Some of the usurpers defended the mother’s place, shouting at the little ones, neither by deceit, nor part, nor fight; others joined the neighbor, saying that they had the right to rest property .