E091 When You're Being Stalked
Attracting the unwanted attention of a stalker is no joke. Stalkers can create havoc with your personal and professional life by disrupting your daily routines, violating your sense of privacy and security, and putting your physical safety at risk. If you are being stalked, it is critical that you educate yourself in the best ways to protect yourself and those around you.
Stalking is defined by repeated attempts to have unwanted contact with an individual. Stalking behavior includes repeatedly following or observing the stalking victim; violations of privacy such as opening mail or breaking into the victim’s home; attempts at unwanted communication; inappropriate contact of friends, relatives, or coworkers; vandalism; and overt or implied threats of violence or harm to reputation. . .
When To Use
Important education to protect the victim of a stalker and those are around her; stalking defined; who becomes a stalker; how to deal with a stalker; legal recourses.
How to Use
Counseling sessions; health fairs; waiting rooms.
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