Don't be a Victim of Stalking

Protect Yourself Against Stalking and Cyberstalking

Anyone anywhere can be a victim of stalking. Male, female, young or old, stalkers target everyone and anyone. In many cases, victims know the stalker because the stalker is either a current or former partner. This is why 60% of victims do not report stalkers to the police. All stalkers are obsessed and delusional. Surprisingly, though, most stalkers are not mentally ill. Therefore, there are ways to protect against stalking. However, it’s essential first to understand the diverse types of stalkers and the reasoning behind their criminal behavior. 8 Different Types of Stalkers There are 7.5 million stalkers each year. Stalkers either know the victim intimately, as an acquaintance or may not know them all. Why someone becomes, a stalker varies from case to case. However, there are eight types of stalkers to look out for and protect yourself from. Love-Lost: jealous and possessive Resentful: paranoid, seeks revenge; this is the most dangerous type Predatory: plans attacks, usually a voyeur who wants sexual gratification Intimacy Seeker: delusional, believes the victim is in love with them Casual Acquaintance: delusional, thinks the person is meant for them. Stranger: the victim is picked at  random, wrong place at the wrong time Serial:...

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