Are You Locked Out?
Consider a very fearful situation. You have gone shopping leaving behind at home your kid and his nanny. The nanny gets a phone call and decides to go out of the house and talk, for some reason. Your kid follows her outside. Now no one is inside the house. The nanny and your kid are both outside. The door is then blown by a gust of wind and closes with a bang. When you come back, you find that you, your kid, and the nanny have been locked out of the house. The nannies have been locked out of the house. Our immediate reaction is to thrash the nanny. However you cannot do so and instead, the kid bears the brunt of your anger. It seems to be a frightful situation right? Well it indeed is a frightful situation.