Boy do I ever fear fires. I had a 2 alarm blase in 1997, we all safely got out but a kitten, we don't know what happened to her. Today a fire almost started in the kitchen on the stove, just was heading towards the cabins but I beat the flames with a towel like there was no tomorrow. We just moved here on a second floor, I'm disabled, and my hugest fear is getting stuck if there is a fire, this is a slum lord, and my daughter is a jerk, seems she doesn't care. I watch my 2 small grandsons, how will I ever get them out? They were both here with me today when this happened. I'm new here and I need a way to get over this/these phobias.
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