DEAR HARRIETTE: I was researching my apartment building on the Internet and found out that seven years ago, two people died there due to heroin overdose. I am incredibly superstitious and am wondering how I can find out which apartment these people were in when they passed. Do landlords have to tell tenants if someone expired in their apartments in the past? I am incredibly curious and need to know if I have to sage my apartment. Any advice? -- Maybe Ghostly, Atlanta
DEAR MAYBE GHOSTLY: You will need to check with your local authorities to determine if your landlord legally has to share with you about a death in your building. I'm not sure about that. I do believe that it makes a difference who lived in your space before you. Rather than obsessing about where exactly the people overdosed, I recommend that you do a spiritual cleansing and offer prayers for those souls to be at rest, and for you to have a healthy, positive experience where you live. As you know, focusing on superstitions incessantly can leave you sleepless and fraught with anxiety. Do yourself a favor and resist going down that road. Choose healing, uplifting activities that create space for you to thrive in your home.