For many people, the first reaction to an unusual event is "is this really happening?" It's something emergency responders are taught so that they can deal with disasters. It can also happen if there's something in everyday life that's going wrong, such as infidelity or dishonesty from someone deeply trusted. One way to deal with the situation, even if just suspected, is to have a way of making it concrete. When it's not heard through gossip, suspected through ambiguous evidence, or the result of anxiety over extending more trust than we usually do, it's easier to handle. If we see it happening in a video we can play a few times, we can start to deal with the impact. Spy cameras are perfect for raising awareness like this. Beyond confrontations and legal actions, they can record events and allow us to let them sink in and get our balance before doing anything. This promotes sane choices, such as giving the other person a chance to "come clean" first, or switching home service providers comfortably before something significant happens. Keeping a video record can allow disputes to be resolved equitably, too. Hidden cameras are used on public and senior transport to protect both driver and passengers against unfair treatment. They provide balance in many situations, and opportunities for positive change when behaviors or situations are identified before any real harm is done. As a silent witness, a spy camera doesn't take sides.