How far to you want to go with this? There are several options:
1. Contact the police;
2. Obtain a restraining order;
4. Change your phone number, email addresses, etc so there are no points of contact;
5. Contact the police.
Under no circumstances should you confront your stalker. You will require proof that he/she is stalking you. Take this to the police -- that's their job -- to protect you.
Usually they will leave you alone if you move a couple of hundred miles away. otherwise call the police and arm yourself with something. Pepper spray, gun, knife, anything.
Kill him is my favorite and number one choice. However, it isn't legal. So you will have to contact the police. First, attempt to block all lines for him to reach you. Change your phone number, websites. If he is on facebook, block him or get a new account. If he has your email, get another one and transfer all emails to the new one. Then if he keeps coming back, definately get the police.
It depends on what kind of stalker you have. If it's just someone who is in love with you for no reason, tell them straight up, if they don't stop your contacting the police.
Unfort. I have personally experienced this situation. My story is very common to many that had to endure this mental and physical exhaustion. My stalker was verbally abusive that soon turned into physical violence. My every move being watched, he was always looking for the window of opportunity to catch me alone. And when he did, I felf his anger and rage. The only thing I wanted was for him to leave me alone, but that was not in his plans.
Things I done in order to protect myself:
1. filled report after report at the Police Department. providing them with COMPLETE details - leaving nothing unsaid.
2. Pepper-Spray...Love this stuff!! Only use it in extreme situations- Its NOT a toy!
3. Remove myself from places that I knew he frequented - Avoid Conflict!
4. Continue to file charges - Until you get your day in court - Speak up in a clear voice and express your fears to the Judge!
Hope this helps to those in need.
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