Our expert says:
Sounds like there's a mixture of relevant and reasonable concerns about security at the house, and perhaps a degree of personal excess fear and concern about it. Seeing a counsellor could help the latter aspect of your problem ; as for the first part, can't you discuss calmly with the family your concerns about their safety and securirty ? What sort of home do they run ? Why on earth should ANYBODY, friend or foe, come to their door at night, without an invitation, and try to open the door ? If you are being left alone in the home with the children, then the family ought to be really interested in improving security, maybe with burglar alarms and a panic button you could use in emergency. Are you concerned about one of the children coming to you at night ? SHouldnt the family install simple intercom systems so the kids could call and speak to you in that way, rather than wandering round at night ?
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