This is about me becoming very paranoid over the past few months about house security, last year my house and room was broken into and a lot of stuff was stolen, admittedly my bedroom door was not locked and it was a student house, so I did blame myself a lot.
For my next year at university I am moving into a new place, the rooms do not have locks on the doors like last year and I am still not sure which room to get, I have the choice between the room on the ground floor or the room on the second floor.
The one on the ground floor is much nicer but I am worried that it would be the first/easiest room to break into if that were to happen. I could get a padlock for the rooms and that would help a lot.
Am I right in thinking that my decision should not be based upon things that are very very unlikely to happen?
Should I take the ground floor room? I suppose that if the house were to be broken into all rooms would be robbed, even the top floor rooms and not just the ground floor one.
Sorry for the strange, paranoid post. Thanks for the advice.