How Do You Recognize a Stalker?

Forget all your preconceptions on what stalkers are like because most of them actually start out as what appear to be very nice people.  They are very friendly, offer to listen a lot, and are always there when you need them.

Sounds great doesn’t it?

It’s an act and you will soon see that after a while this changes.  If you are busy they may start pouting or acting hurt.  They often show signs of jealousy as a result of a loss of control over you.  They will demand more and more of your time, and they expect you to be there waiting for them.  Eventually, they will throw tantrums when they don’t get their way.

Most of us recognize that something is wrong, but stalkers are able to manipulate us into feeling that their unhappiness is the victim’s fault.  One of the biggest signs someone is a stalker, and may become abusive, is when they start trying to make you feel guilty for letting them down.  They will turn everything into always being your fault and not theirs.

Stalkers are control freaks, as their control over you gets stronger, they become more confident and begin to test you harder and harder.  They will push you to where you are forced to rebel causing the stalker to get angry. The stalker will then begin a pattern alternating between how everything being your fault (threats) and why you are hurting them (manipulation).

The very minute you feel someone is a stalker cut all communication with them and contact Valle Security to help you to get rid of the problem.