It used to be elivators getting stuck/stoped, that has eased up a bit, now its "FIRE"! How does one get over a phobia? I hate being on the second floor with the boys and only one way out. I feel there is something real bad in this apartment, I fear fires, "OH MY GOD", God was with me today and the boys. I had meat cooking on the stove, I hear sisssssssssssss, like snake sounds, the pan start a blase, flames just heading to the above cabins, God is good, I grabed a towel and beat those flames like there is no tomorrow. I already wrote this land-lord a respectful letter, asking him to fix this place, he is highly code violated, hopefully he responds, like it or not my daughter can get angry I'm thinking about the boys, next step will be fire department, and city inspectors if he doesn't do what needs to be done. "HOW DO YOU GET OVER A PHOBIA?????????????? ESPECIALLY ONE THAT JUST HAPPENED.
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