Did the wash this morning, washed sheets. I can STILL smell the residue of my neighbour's laundry soap from the washer I used which belongs to the landlord, not me, from a few weeks ago. Her washer broke down and she used the landlord's with her poisonous stinky laundry soap. I ran a wash of just vinegar in it to try to break the smell down, but then it's not really an organic is it? It's a chemical. So what breaks down chemical perfumes, I don't know.
It helped but I can smell her laundry soap on my sheets. This will probably aggravate my chemical sensitivity. Ivo says that I shouldn't move before I glean all I can learn from the situation I have with my upstairs neighbour otherwise it's just going to happen again until it's resolved.
I learned today that because my needs are out of the ordinary, because of my heightened sensitivity, I don't get too much sympathy from anyone who doesn't have these extraordinary needs and who doesn't live from the heart. I learned that until I create my own space that caters to my health and sensitivity needs, I most likely won't have any rest around this issue.
Until I own my own space, I'll have to put up with non-sympathetic others and people who just will do whatever they want regardless of how it affects those around them.
Moving is not a possibility because I don't have the money to. When I move I don't expect things to be any better unless I should move into a green community or my own place.
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