I've come to realize that "divas" and "driveways" don't mix.
One of the most challenging situations that can be faced is dealing with a "diva / prima donna" as a neighbor. Diva or Prima Donna by today's definition are one who behaves as a goddess or queen. Both the terms "diva" and "prima donna" are now used disparagingly for someone who acts overly entitled. The last thing we want to do when we return home is to have our lives intruded upon by thoughtless a neighbor. The golden rule states we should do unto others as we would have them do unto us; however it also says to turn the other cheek. At first we attempted to "turn the other cheek" which only seemed to prolong the misery. One month after they moved in,(note they've only been here for 2 months) one of their guests hit my husband's car. Of course the guest was using another owners spot and should have been parked on the street like everyone else. Another time I was blocked into my garage as they couldn't park within the spot assigned to them. I've been blocked from pulling into my garage as well. We've made attempts to be kind and give grace, we've explained how their actions are affecting our ability to enter and exit our property. We've had a "heart to heart", which didn't last more than 24 hours. We just ask them to move their vehicles when they are in the way. Has anyone else ever dealt with a neighbor who believe they are "overly entitled"? We're struggling, as I see it my legal right to enter the property is being infringed upon. Nothing to date has worked.
So I ask you, what do we do?