Networking to survive stalking

If you are a victim of stalking, consider confiding in several trusted friends or relatives who are sympathetic to helping you through the ordeal.

Also visit The Network for Surviving Stalking and keep a diary of daily problems you have with the stalker. Keep police informed of what is happening on an ongoing basis as in visiting your local police station and filling in a report in the counter book if the problems are becoming borderline criminal (especially if you cannot prove it is the stalker). For any property damage, report this to the police too and ask for a report number each time.

Stalking is a crime that should never be faced alone. Networking will give the victim more chance of coping with different events that arise during the ordeal as well as providing moral support.

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