We haven’t been able to relax or enjoy an evening together for weeks and weeks. By the time we’ve had dinner, we’re fast asleep, only to be woken a few hours later by the noise. We are both so irritable, we know we don’t mean it but for the first time in our relationship we’re having regular fights over nothing because we are so. Damn. Tired. As I mentioned at the beginning, my boyfriend has had an amazing relationship with his grandparents but it’s hanging on by a thread as Gran is partly enabling Grandpa and defending him when she knows he’s being ridiculous. Her solution is to sleep it off like she does which is all fine and well when you’re retired but we have jobs to work. Grandpa is just downright nasty and aggressive when facing any criticism so I can see why Gran has just You smell like drama and a headache please get a away from me Mickey shirt up but it has really hurt when we have approached them and told them if it doesn’t get sorted we’ll have to move, to be met with “well, move then”. Or buy earplugs. Which doesn’t solve the walls shaking and making us feel ill because it’s every night for 2 months now. Can’t get earplugs for the dogs either, who wake up stressed and alert from the bass pumping through the walls.
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Grandpa is 90 and likely not to be around for much longer and I am extremely concerned this is going to cloud over our memories of him when he passes. I also feel like an idiot talking about You smell like drama and a headache please get a away from me Mickey shirt because it sounds so overdramatic, but we are so exhausted I don’t know what else there is to do.I see a lot of the comments about soundproofing and I agree with all of those if you’re able, but I also wanted to mention something else – rearranging his room in their house and possibly putting a sound bar or speakers closer to his chair. Rearrange it to put the TV/speakers further from any shared walls, put more cloth and absorbent things in his space (tapestry, pillows…I dunno). And if you were able to hide the cords under a rug or something, putting the speakers closer to his head/chair might make it louder where he is without making it as loud where you are? If the shiny new TV for his bedroom has the capability, perhaps bluetooth speakers? Obviously this will only work if he’s open to it, I don’t know what conversations or stubbornness he might have relative to those, but I think relocating speakers instead of hearing aids or headphones might offer a compromiseTL:DR – Stubborn elderly Grandpa blasting his TV throughout the night, our walls and ears cannot take it. It’s sending us psychotic with no resolution or help. Affecting work and relationships, both our own and that with our grandparents. Need sleep.
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