Stalking is a sign of mental instability. Who on earth would want to be involved in any sort of relationship with a mentally unstable person?
London, UK (PRWEB) March 18, 2014
Stalking is far from harmless. There are many cases where “harmless” stalking escalated into bodily harm or even death for the victim. No one really knows the reason stalkers behave the way they do. What they do know, however, is that these types of people are unpredictable and you never know when they're going to snap. Today, NoBullying releases a guide on 5 Signs You Are Being Stalked.
One of the first signs you are being stalked is the fact that the perpetrator pops up everywhere, wherever you go. Another sign is when the victim is subjected to repeated, unwanted communication despite being asked not to communicate anymore.
Another big sign is receiving unwanted gifts from the stalker despite stating not wanting a gift from the stalker.
Macartan Mulligan, Co-Founder of NoBullying.com, said, “Stalking is a sign of mental instability. Who on earth would want to be involved in any sort of relationship with a mentally unstable person?”
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