I can understand your concern JR, especially if you have had a scare in the past.
A strong beam wind is the biggest danger
if you are secured fore and aft in tight places as you quadruple the forces (similar to pulling on a bow string.). Some ship handling books
state that you actually ¼ your holding power when anchored fore and aft and get hit by a side wind.
Estarzinger explained in his example that his lines are doing all the work and in tight coves he even puts out bow lines to secure his position. (Not unlike what you would do at your own marina if tied between 2 slips)
In my more open scenario, the solution is in the details.
By keeping my anchor and beach line(s) tight, so as to prevent any “break-out momentum” to overstress or shift the strong holding points. I can sleep soundly but always with a weather
eye as in any situation and a check for line chafe ashore before retiring.
My ground tackle and beach line have been factored to be more than 20 times what I need, so by keeping them tight and having a failsafe departure plan, I can leave at any time, day or night, if my weather
prediction is wrong.
I am not a fan of putting 2 anchors down as they can foul together or complicate leaving. I usually prefer to swing on one anchor somewhere less convenient to the shore, if available, rather than tuck in with the crowd.