In a world where having an online presence is almost unavoidable, it can be difficult for targets and survivors of abuse to figure out how to keep themselves safe from online stalking. More often than not the abuser will keep track of Facebook accounts, LinkedIn profiles, and more.
We May Not Always Think Of Our Abuser’s Behavior As Online Stalking, But It Probably Is
As soon as our online information is scooped up in order to be used against us, there is a stalking issue there. And by ‘used against you I mean that this information can be used to induce guilt, or to remind us we are still on their radar (if we thought we were free of them for good because we’ve gone No Contact) .
“I think the very word stalking implies that you’re not supposed to like it.
Otherwise, it would be called ‘fluffy harmless observation time’.”
― Molly Harper
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