Re: The Consequences of Fighting
I think what "Jim" did was perfect. He was there and he did what he needed to do to protect himself. It sounds like a scary situation for him.
I used to work in a library. There was a homeless man that harassed us all the time. One time he came charging at me because I asked him to get off the computer as we were closing. He was big and he knew he was scary. As he came through the first set of doors, I slipped out the next set and came back in the side door and locked him out. I knew exactly what to do because I was paying attention and went with my gut. He was mad because he got locked out but I was safe I and I really didn't care.