I really can not say much about TM right now but I do have to admit that we have two tenants who have moved back into the building since they have moved out on in their lives and then decided to move back in. A gentleman who lived in 303 or was it 305 moved back into the building into my old apartment 308 when I moved to the 1st floor’s accessible/handicapped apartment. Another neighbor/friend moved out when she had gotten married but since then her life has changed has moved back into TM on the 3rd floor. We have established or re-established from years ago when I first moved in. We had a little falling out a few years ago.
Anyway, people moving in, and people moving out … either they are getting sick and tired of what is going on at TM or their health issues have caused them to move elsewhere. At one point, when I lived on the 3rd floor in #308, I had contemplated on leaving several times because the stress levels have gone up and down to the point of making things unhappy for me and the trust of several of the tenants have dwindled down to only 3 to 4 people living in TM but since I have moved to the 1st floor into #110, happiness was found again and the stress of living on the 3rd floor has left my mind, body, and system to the point that I can now leave and come back at leisure without a worry of wanting to come back or that feeling of dread. I do have to admit, though, since October 2009, with the move happening so fast, I did run into an emotional rut and had to take a month off of school to get situated and comfortable again. But the happiness has not left … living on the 1st floor has become a blessing in disguise for the most part for me … and now when I go on the 3rd floor I can feel the tension and the stress level rise in my system knowing that there are tenants up there who are troublemakers and do not understand that rules here are rules set for everyone and we have to abide by those rules. TM has many tenants who have walked many walks of life and everyone has their own story as to why they are here but it has come to the point of staying in your own apartment now for many — even myself unfortunately. Living on the backside of the building does have its perks.