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Stalking is when someone repeatedly, persistently, and unwantedly follows, harasses, or monitors your activities, both in-person and online, causing fear or safety concerns. A stalker can be someone you know, a past or current partner, or a total stranger. Some examples of stalking behaviors include:

  • Showing up unannounced where you are (i.e. work, school, etc.)
  • Giving you unwanted gifts or attention
  • Making frequent and intrusive forms of communication like texts, calls, social media messages
  • Leaving strange, and potentially threatening, items for you to find
  • Damaging your property like your house or car

Stalking is not okay and is a violation of your personal boundaries and safety. If you feel like you’re being stalked or followed, it’s crucial to reach out to a trusted adult, such as a parent, teacher, or counselor, who can provide guidance and support. Remember, your safety and well-being matter, and you deserve to feel secure in your environment.

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