Stalkers are often smart enough figure that out and use it to get into email.They even get into the victim's bank account, find out which ATM they use, find out up to the minute where they went to eat, when they shopped." "Don't make any sudden moves," says Moore. He describes the "obsessive love wheel" -- the various stages of a relationship obsession: "Unless a stalker wants to change, you can't stop them," Moore tells Web MD.The overwhelming majority of stalkers are men -- four to one, Zitek says. One partner becomes obsessed, convinced that this is their ideal partner.
Meanwhile I cry on my own every day in the bedroom.
"The stalker is usually an isolated and shy person, one who lives alone, lacks any type of important intimate relationship -- not just sexual, but friends or family, too," Moore tells Web MD.
"There's also a narcissistic personality disorder and very low self-esteem.
They secretly follow the victim, either by car or in an insidious way -- by getting access to the victim's email. The stalker figures out your password and reads all your email," Moore tells Web MD.
"Many people use the same password for many things -- the ATM, various email accounts, and web sites.
Everyone needs friends, and it's a great thing to have them outside of your relationship.