The following information was gathered from that handbook to provide a captivating glance into the mind of a stalker. Muller in his article, Mind of a Stalker.
But, thanks to researchers we now know motivating factors that drive some people to stalk. These factors include: Whether the rejection is real or merely perceived by the stalker it comes stalkeds a critical blow.
Stalkers see themselves as the victims of being led on or toyed.
Stalkers are wiyh obsessive in multiple areas of their life including their romantic inclinations. Stalkers blur the lines between fact and fiction. Stalkers are unable to recognize or respect the feelings or boundaries of. They also lack healthy coping skills to deal with rejection, embarrassment, shame, or loss.
Below are some common ways a stalker will try to lure you back in. In fact, there are no rules on how to spot a one. Common misconceptions about stalkers include ideas about stalkers being lonely, salkers awkward and generally undesirable people.
If you are in immediate danger, call OVW does not provide services directly to the general public. For more information visit: Stalking Resource Center.
National Institute of Justice. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Office on Women's Health.
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