Not SAFE anywhere

United States
November 15, 2006 12:30am CST
People always tell me that my home should be the safest place for me and that I should not be afraid or scared of anything when I'm home. Well, I just don't feel save anywhere. Especially when I'm by myself. I feel that yes, that's my home but what if someone breaks in, rob me, or even rap me. This could be really freaky and scary. Or worst, get kill.
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4 responses
@bhchy1 (6052)
• United States
15 Nov 06
I think you need to work on having a positive outlook when you are home... Make sure your house is ecure, good locks etc...and then work on your self esteem..it's your house and no one has the right to come in there and violate you or your home...you have to keep that defensive thought. If it helps..takes a self defense class for women..learn how to protect yourself against an attacker and other safety tips...it's all about empowerment and taking ownership of your life. Go fo it!
• United States
15 Nov 06
that's really helpful... I do have a brother who's in kung-fu classes. Maybe I should have him tell me some moves. hehee...
• Philippines
15 Nov 06
Everyday in our lives we have to face risks, somtimes big and sometimes small. ANd when we take these risks, we should not be scared at all for moments in life passes so quickly, make use of every great opportunity for life is so short! I hope you do not waste by thinking of these things that are almost inevitable. Save yourself from paranoia, sis, and live life to the fullest! God bless!
• United States
15 Nov 06
I am living my life to the fullest... but there are times I'll feel unsafe and the only one that I feel safe being around with is always at work, working his butt off to put food on the table.
@Sunset50 (1397)
• United States
15 Nov 06
I think we all have that fear at different times in our lives. But living in fear is not pleasant. Safeguard your home so it is difficult for anyone to get in, then relax.
• United States
15 Nov 06
But what if the house catches on fire??? How would you get out?
@5tArz44 (106)
• Germany
16 Nov 06
I can relate to you again with this discussion. I once had a friend who always fear being alone and not safe. Even when she's home. Not so long, she was murder. Everyone thought she was always crazy because she keeps on saying she can predict the future but everyone would just laugh at her until the incident happen.