Tuesday, January 10, 2017
- Trying to go somewhere without permission
- Without a need or a good mission or purpose.
- Casing the area that are stalking to remove barriers to access, so with the intent of more than one visit.
- Trespassing and not using designated entrances.
- With intent to do harm or take by force what is being denied, not offered by the one in charge there.
- Depriving of privacy and right to quiet enjoyment of home without fear.
- Not the best thing you could be doing with your time.
- Hate crime- and usually acting in collusion.
Stalking is not walking, because it would require too much ducking in and out of view etc.
It could involve following or getting access illegally to whereabouts and or times would be at home or not be at home.
It could be for a purpose to rip off, spy on to see who visits, and to ascertain the chances might have to get away with whatever illegal purpose, rather than be a friend, act like a friend with normal interests.
It could be someone referred you to, as someone whom you think you could get with picking on, as if you need someone to abuse, like from the internet.
You find out the purpose or intent of the stalking by trapping. You will find that the need for developmental programs does not stop at 4 or 5 years of age.
But being REALISTIC, a stalker is not going to seek help for their problem, and should not be allowed to leave their home, get in a car or on a motorcycle, and stalk. (Not the one they are stalking.
If someone makes a bad choice that forever changed history for them, it is not their right, just because they had the opportunity. Even though it may have only took a few minutes, it drags on a long time, in a negative way, affecting you and others. Who is responsible for them having the opportunity? Who is responsible for them making the bad choice? Who is responsible for reporting it?
If you try to report something, because it is someone else's responsibility to address and it is wrong, you don't want to hear excuses. Still reporting it, as the criminals display of courage was displaced, is the thing to do.
If someone reported something to you, and it was your responsibility to resolve it, the best way you know how, do you give the one reporting it a hard time
- Do you question their reasoning for reporting it?
- Do you take the other person's side?
- Do you shirk responsibility?
- Do you make them do all the work?
- Do you act like you are the victim, they are trying to get help for, like identify with, as helpless?
- Do you look for any excuse or reason how to not be the one someone reports something to, after you already answered the call?
You are brave enough to answer the call, knowing what it requires of you, yet you are only brave enough to play devil's advocate instead? As if the devil is here and needs your help and the caller would support anything you say? Or recommend you? What, it is better to deter calls for support? If it is a support line? As if it is a job anyone can do? or are you supposedly trained to do it or refer someone? Or wait for complaints to your director?
Instead of like saying 'oh thank you for reporting, thank you for being on our side and having the courage to stand up for our rights, thank you for trying to pursue an answer and encouraging a solution, when you have no one encouraging you!'
Sympathy for the devil?
- No ones perfect! (Meaning the one that did it.) so ... Why report it?
Why? Because it stresses them out or brings them down? Or now 'the ones purposely affected aren't perfect either, because the one who made the bad choice and changed the course of history, we didn't sign up for, did something that incurred a report, and won't own up to it, to repair it or repay it?'
A bad chooser (The devil) shows up?
You seem to be less perfect than you make yourself out to be, unless confronted with what you did? Even the odds, because no one is letting you get away with it; to ruin their perfect day will ruin your perfect life, if that is what you want, [bad name].
There are rules against that sort of thing or will be!
'No one is perfect' earned sympathy, only because it applied to someone trying to be 99% of the time or close. Not 'expecting 90% but only returning 10%'.
Sunday, December 27, 2015
Don't think I am not trying harder to save myself just because you are trying harder to give me anxiety... 😆😆😆😆
I am adding some updates for fighting anxiety for this new year...
- 📖✏journal what is helping.
- 🎓study for credit.
-☕yerba mate tea, substituted for coffee,
- 💊b vitamins,
- 🎪🚭➿💲⁉❓🔝🔗🎥💝⏳🔭🎬🚿 report stalkers???
- 🔐yoga swing in a safe place, to destress as well inversion therapy for back.🔐
- 🌾chamomile essential oil
- 💃dress up more and dance.🎤and sing.
- 💦 cleaner house all the time.💒🏡
- ✌more peace🎧 or relaxing music 💤💿🎶
- 🐰talk nice to bunny.
- 🌱 fresh more.🍍detox for liver -artichoke
- no 🚫🚫's.