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Definitely will be thinking of getting something to carry, so I can’t wait for that post… I’ve seriously been worried and thinking about it since yesterday when i saw your tweets about it! Reply Yah, the level of bear spray you can get here they said is good for humans, so so for animals… I save my more scenic runs for my long runs during the days on the weekends.i’m super cautious all the time…i always have been, but my best friend went through something horrible, and since then i’ve been even more wary. There was another option (I can’t remember what it was) but it was super expensive, that said it would even stop a cougar or hungry bear in it’s tracks – the bottle was huge, and not something I could imagine carrying around. I also always bring my health card with me and a whistle I got for free from New Balance.If I had read this post first, I would have actually called security anyways. I think what you said about women feeling the need to coddle other people’s feelings is especially true…in times when we feel we are being compromised. but I ignored it because I didn’t want to seem rude or hurt his feelings.I should have now that I think about it…it was very suspicious! I kicked myself afterward for being stupid and thought I was the one responsible, that I should’ve known better. Thank you for sharing this – it’s such an important thing for women to think about. I think a lot of people would have doubted themselves and (in typical female fashion) not wanted to bother anyone about it.Thankfully he was SO nice about it and reminded me that I did the right thing. They banned using mobile phones in cars in the UK a couple of years ago, but everyone seems to do it anyway (I don’t have a car so I’m clear). I think running definitely makes you more vulnerable that biking. At first I was like you — worried that maybe I should smile at him so I wouldn’t feel rude (people pleaser! ) — but Dan said “I don’t like how that guy is looking at you like that . There are so many big SUVs, it is difficult to see who may be standing behind them.I’ll stick to my wheels :) Reply Thank God nothing happened to you! My classes often let out after dark, and the garage at school could be kind of creepy at that time!Your chances of survival drop significantly if you let them take you somewhere.Reply Oh Angela, I’m so sorry that happened to you.
When I see someone strange walking by my car as soon as I jump in, I lock the doors :/ I had goosebumps reading your blog entry Angela, you described it so vividly. Reply Yup there was some crazy statistic about it too…about the women who let the man take them to the second location and only a minute amount end up living to tell the story.Every woman will find herself in this situation, unfortunately. I go walking in a forest near my home, and even though I go with my dog, I don’t always carry my cell phone or tell anyone where I’m going – I shall definitely be doing those things in the future.Reply I actually did have that thought’ oh im wasting the police officers time’ in my head. The one thing that struck me about this story was, despite the creep in the car, how law abiding you Canadians are, pulling over to make a call. I don’t think you should take walks alone down this street anymore.” Also, the pepper spray makes me feel safer when I’m going to my car in a parking garage.Then he’d ride ahead, get off the bike, and expose himself to me. The thing is, I was scared afterwards but I was mostly angry at having to deal with such nonsense, just because I’m a woman. I found a really cool bear spray that has a little handle thing on it, so I just put it on my hand when i’m walking/running – or I just put it in my pocket… That is scary and the situation just has too many creep=factors to think that it could have been innocent. I’m glad you are safe and that you called the police about it – who knows, your actions could have saved someone else who didn’t know to listen to their gut. So glad you did the right thing in this situation and that you are alright!I reported it and such, but I’m running elsewhere from now on, where there are more people around. glad you are safe and sound though, that guy sounds like a creaper. I always run my shorter (early morning) runs just around the neighbourhood and they never last more than an hour.