Behavior danger signs when dating

Stalkers will ask anyone they know or meet for details about you once they’ve become fixated on you.

” You feel confused but you also feel nervous because, deep down, your instincts are telling you that this is aggressive behavior – just showing up when you already told him you had plans – and that your boundaries and privacy are not being respected.Stalkers don’t just drop by your home; they show up at work, your friends’ houses, or anywhere else they believe they might be able to find you.Stalkers want to know everything immediately: where you live; where you go to the gym; where you work; which transportation methods or routes you take to work; and with whom you socialize.Stalkers often slip up when they’re dating someone early on by divulging a personal detail they know about you – before they should know it.Both men and women can be stalkers, and they come in every ethnicity, social type, and financial demographic.

Don’t fall prey to the myth that stalkers are weird, off-putting types – you know, potential serial killers and the like – because the most popular guy at work or the sweetest-seeming woman at the party can turn out to be very dangerous.They may grab or touch you aggressively, or stand close to you in a way that crowds you and makes you afraid that you can’t get away.If your date tries any of these behaviors with you: Always alert your neighbors, friends, and family if you start dating someone who has somehow made you a little nervous.He has had extensive training in conducting couples therapy and is the author of Dr.Seth’s Love Prescription: Overcome Relationship Repetition Syndrome and Find the Love You Deserve.Sign #5: When angered, they touch or grab you in an aggressive manner, or they stand near you but give you the creepy feeling that you couldn’t get away if you tried. They don’t want to share you with friends or anyone else.