I guess my thought is "I suppose the naked screaming lady could be in cahoots with a criminal who wants to get me too....but how likely is that?" I know it could and very occasionally does happen that a woman helps a man find his rape victims, but I don't think it's terribly common. Not common enough to really worry about, you know? I mean, if a criminal were that desperate to get in to my house, they could just break a window.
-Alissa, mom to Tristan (5) and Reid (the baby!)
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I really don't think i know what i would do until it actually happened. I want to think i would let her in, but its really hard for me to say without experiencing it. I really could see it going both ways.
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Granddaughters Kylie 10/18/2010 & Aleya 4/22/2013
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Sitting here thinking about it I keep thinking of all the perfect responses to this. But in reality if it actually occurs I know I would run on adrenaline and do whatever felt right.
A couple of weeks ago I was coming home from a jog and there was a man that was acting really strange in front of my next door neighbors. I asked if he needed help and he took off and jumped the fence into their backyard. I followed him. I didnt mean to confront him or anything, but I wanted to make sure he didnt try to go into their house as they are a very old little couple. In retrospect I should have stayed on the sidewalk and call the cops, but I acted on instinct. He ended up being someone that was trying to hide from the cops and was going to hide out in the shed in my neighbors yard. He was looking for unlocked gates. I am very happy that all our gates are locked, even though we lock them to keep Carson in and didnt think about keeping people out
Molly, Morgan, Mia and Carson
I hope I would do the right thing. I like to think I would. I just can't say 100%. I seem to have good instincts in a crisis -- I once caught my husband when he fainted, making sure to wedge my body between his falling head and the floor because I know people who faint often injure themselves in the fall -- but I don't know, when my kids are around I might get irrationally overprotective.
Laurie, mom to:
Nathaniel ( 10 ) and Juliet ( 6 )
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If husband was home.. I would wake him and let her in.
If husband not home.. I would call 911 wake the boys have one call the neighbors on my cell, stick my gun in my pocket and let her in...
DH-Aug 30th 1997 Josiah - 6/3/02 Isaac 7/31/03