What Narcs Do – Stalking which is a crime!

Stalking - IS A CRIME in All States

This has to be said over and over.

Stalking is a terrifying crime that can have lasting effects on its victims. It is a course of conduct targeted explicitly at individuals, designed to instill fear and cause harm. Unlike other crimes that may involve a single incident, stalking is characterized by repetitive and obsessive behavior that can span over months or even years. The psychological toll it takes on the victim cannot be understated.

It’s essential to recognize the severity of stalking and the impact it can have on victims. However, there are resources available to help those affected. We can support them by encouraging them to seek help, reporting suspicious behavior, and reminding them that they are not alone. Let’s work together to create a safe and supportive community for all.

Know this:

The federal government, all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and U.S. territories have enacted laws making stalking a criminal act. However, the elements defining the act of stalking differ across every state.

These pursuits create an atmosphere of constant paranoia for the victim, impacting every aspect of their daily life. Everyday activities such as going to work or school become sources of anxiety as they constantly worry about being watched or followed.

We understand that stalking can have a devastating impact on both the short and long-term well-being of survivors. It can leave them feeling anxious and wary of strangers, even in public spaces. We recognize that the emotional trauma caused by stalkers can be incredibly difficult to overcome and that therapy and support are vital for healing. While healing may be a journey, we remain hopeful that survivors can ultimately find peace and feel safe and secure in their lives.

Here are some tactics

  • Repeatedly calls your phone, including hang-ups
  • Follows you and shows up wherever you are
  • Sends unwanted gifts, letters, texts, or emails
  • Damages your home, car, or other property
  • Monitors your phone calls or computer use, possibly through spyware
  • Uses technology, like hidden cameras or global positioning systems (GPS), to track where you go
  • Drives by or lingers near your home, school, or work
  • Threatens to hurt you, your family, friends, or pets
  • Performs other actions that control, track, or frighten you
  • Uses other people to try to communicate with you, like children, family, or friends

What you can do:

  • Call 911 for Immediate Assistance :
  • Your self-awareness and understanding of your circumstances surpass anyone else’s. Rely on your intuition, and don’t hesitate to seek aid if you perceive any threat.
  • Alert Others Spread the word among your trusted companions – be it friends, family members, neighbors, coworkers or even your HR department – urging them to stay alert for any unusual activity and refrain from unknowingly sharing sensitive details with imposters posing as someone dear.

It’s important to take threats seriously. If someone threatens you, it’s a red flag that danger may be lurking. Additionally, those who stalk may use threats of self-harm or suicide to try to control or manipulate others. Let’s stay aware and keep ourselves safe from any potential harm.

Stay safe, everyone!

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