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My ex-boyfriend is stalking me
June 1, 2012
9:49 pm
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I recently broke up with my ex-boyfriend. After I broke up with him he just went crazy and would call and text me non stop it got to the point where I had to turn off my phone. I changed my number and only gave it to my family and told them not to give it out, because of the situation I was in. He tried messaging various family and friends on Facebook asking for my number. Then about two weeks later I got a text message saying "Guess who!!!" and my worst nightmare came true. He got my number again! My mom warned him that if he didn't leave me alone we were going to take this to the police and he didn't listen. So we had a police officer call him and he explained that it was completely illegal, but he still didnt get it. He would still continue to send me text messages and call me, asking if I would like to go to the movies or shopping with him. I ignored it, but it got to the point where he would say things about my family which made it really hard for me to ignore. And I was not nice to him when I text him at all. He would use a website that allows you to call a number, but have it show up as someone elses. One day I was going somewhere with my mom and her phone started calling me I told her, but answered anyway and it was him, he began to do that with my dads number too. He would tell my friends inappropriate things about me and make up lies. He has called me from various numbers, but I put them straight to voicemail. Yesterday my aunt called me and said that he showed up at my grandparents house looking for me and asking if I could come out and talk to him. And just letting you know he is an ADULT and I'm a MINOR. Today me and my mom went to file a Injuction of Harrasment. I hope this works, but we will see.Cry

June 2, 2012
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Wow.  Be careful.  This person seems like he is not well and obviously addicted to you or the thought of hearing/seeing you.  You are doing the right thing and make sure you tell your family everything that happens.  If the police become involved, then perhaps he will get the help he needs and you will not feel so horrible by his actions for much longer.

If he ever somehow manages to trap you alone into a private area, don't hesitate to call 911 right away.  You never know what might be in his head if he has taken such huge measures to pursue you after you made it clear that you no longer wanted to be part of his life.


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June 4, 2012
10:55 pm
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I guess he's not over you yet. Filing a case against him is a good decision since he's already acting weird. He might harm you and do worst things in the future so what you and your mom did was right. Let him feel that his behavior is not funny anymore and will just give you an idea of hating him someday. Just be careful and don't walk or go somewhere alone. Bring someone who could protect and guard you. Staying at home for the meantime would be a good advice as well.


Wishing you well.

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