"The home is an example of what social scientists call a “sacred space,” one that we fill with material things but also with meaning. It’s where we engage in private family rituals — eating, praying, loving — and it’s where we let our guard down. It’s a place where we set the terms and have control. Failing to govern that space and keep it safe creates a feeling of not only insecurity but profound inadequacy."
The post-traumatic stress of home burglary
What would burglars take if they broke into your home? For one writer, material losses pale in comparison to the psychological.