I’m nervous about the way this person acts, am I being stalked?
Stalking is a form of harassment where a victim fears for their safety because someone haunts them physically or emotionally. Stalking is repetitive and devious in nature and the victim usually feels threatened. Stalking can take place in person, by phone, or online (see our Cyberstalking Assessment for more specific signs). The victim may never see the stalker or they may seem to be present almost everywhere the victim goes. Stalking is unpredictable and should always be considered dangerous. If you are concerned that someone may be stalking you, take this quick assessment to learn more about the signs of stalking and help you determine if you may be a victim of stalking.