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Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick!Some forums can only be seen by registered members.If you are this concerned about living in a rural area, perhaps you should remain in a populated neighborhood.
Or if you can afford it a resident handyman on your property might help.
I'm very curious to hear about how single women stay safe living in rural areas. I'm not in a rural area, however, being a widow AND a former NYC resident, I am probably super cautious compared to some other people. or a company sign on their car or truck, don't let them in.
I would be even more cautious if I lived alone in the country because you are isolated from any possible help. Anyway, in my front screened patio, I keep a pair of my son's old work boots, size 13, a copy of Field & Stream (which I don't even subscribe to but it makes people think) and whenever repair people come over I make sure to have something of my son's laying around: a jacket, hat, whatever and mention him often, usually something like he's taking a nap so nobody thinks I am alone. Yes, mention your brother, boyfriend, husband often.
When I asked him to take his friends and leave (remember I'm alone) he said he would leave if I gave him twenty dollars. Oh, let me tell you about my neighbor who said I needed a "church family" who brought me food and let me cry on their shoulder. When I imagine living as a single woman in a rural area, I feel very unsafe thinking that ANYONE would know I live alone, due to how isolated my property would be.
They went so far as to move me to a new location and then offered in my time of need to take property that I owned off my hands for less than half of what it's worth. Is it a feasible idea to mention to everyone - neighbors, repairmen, anyone else I hire to work on the house, etc that I live with my brother, who often travels?
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Evading such questions seems defensive and strange, in my experience. He didn't do it in a way that made me feel unsafe in any way, but it did make me a bit uncomfortable and is an example of the situations I tend to experience that cause me to want to take certain precautions.