“But now, it’s increasing, and I’m starting to feel uncomfortable in my own home,” she revealed.
This past Saturday, for instance, she went downstairs to make breakfast in the morning. Then, she ran into a complete stranger who was casually brewing some coffee– using her mug– as if the guy owned the place.
Yet, that wasn’t even the weirdest part. The guy then proceeded to check her out and even ask if she was single!
She later asked the college student who that guy was, and she found out it was just a random guy the young woman had met at a club. Anyway, the fact that this keeps happening has put her on edge. She’s having trouble sleeping, knowing that there are strange men inside her house.
“I think once a week is reasonable, but three to four times is a bit much,” she said.
So now, she’s considering talking to the college student about this situation. Her boyfriend thinks a discussion is necessary, too, because even he is uncomfortable with strangers constantly going in and out of her house. Still, she is not sure whether asking the college student to “tone it down a bit” would make her a jerk or not.
Do you think she should feel uncomfortable or unsafe in her own home? Does it sound like it’s time for her to have an honest conversation with the college student? How would you handle this situation?
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