Do you know why she is crying?
Maybe just a quick knock on the door and ask if everything is ok and if there is anything you can do. If she says no, leave her alone.
whoops I first read that as:
"is everything ok?"
*leaves her alone*
Knock on her door and ask her if she's okay and if she needs anything. If she says no then just leave her in peace.
I would knock on her door and ask her to let you know if she needed anything or just someone to sit with her.
|From: mick |
2013-01-28 01:14 am (UTC)
don't leave her alone :( i mean if she says that she doesn't want to talk about it or something, then you can, but don't just ignore it. i agree with everyone else, knock on her door and gently ask if she's alright.
Knock quickly and ask if you can get her anything, if she says no, leave it alone.
I'd make her a cup of tea, but I'm British and that's what we do.
I'm not British, but a cup of tea would totally make me feel better :D
I was going to say this.
Tea solves the world's problems.
Leave her alone. Pretend it didn't happen. Don't bring it up.
You could knock on her door and ask "can i get you anything?" or offer a glass of water.
I feel like you should say something
I'd knock and ask if she needs anything, "Are you alright?" etc, and she may wave you off, in which case, leave it be and don't bring it up again.
bake some brownies or cookies. then when she is ready to talk, brownies will make everything better (well maybe). but in the mean time I'd jsut let her be. sometimes you just need to cry!
ask if she's ok and say you're there to talk but if she wants space let her have it. i hope she's alright!
I agree with the above comments; knock on her door and ask if she's ok and if there's anything you can do.
Knock on the door and ask if she's okay.
lightly knock on the door. "if you need to talk, I'm here. In the meantime, do you need some tissue?"
"I heard you crying, I'm here if you need anything." Maybe offer her some dinner or wine or something.
Are you friends or have you just met her? If it's the latter, I'd leave her alone. It's awkward enough moving into a new house with new people. Knowing that they heard you crying would be really embarrassing and make the adjustment harder, at least temporarily. Maybe be extra welcoming/friendly the next day, though -- subtly let her know that you're fine having her there and open to being her friend/confidant/support.
bring her a glass of wine
probably too after the fact, but i would knock and bring her a glass of water. my old roommate heard me crying in my room once, and he knocked and brought me a beer, and it really was the nicest gesture.
I'd ask her if she is okay and if she needs anything, then let her know there's a massive bottle of red in the kitchen that I probably shouldn't drink all by myself.
edited for questionable grammar.
Edited at 2013-01-28 04:19 pm (UTC)
unless you caused it i would leave her the fuck alone
i fucking hate people getting all up in my business when i'm crying