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If a person was accused by another person of stalking but was never arrested for it, are they a stalker, and do they have the same problem with all relationships and not just that person? Is that person a stalker with everyone or can a stalker be a stalker with one person and not others? What about a convicted stalker, are they capable of non-stalking relationships with people other than their original target person?
I think I can best help you if you just give me the situation you are dealing with.
There is not a situation, I wanted to know if a person accused of stalking by a "victim"
is always a stalker, and if a convicted stalker is always a stalker. I thought
that possiby a person could stalk an individual and not stalk
others, or is that the only type of relationships they have, or is it a
significant enough part of their relationships so as to be
able to say their relationships are different and have that
risk in them, that the relationships are always stalking with
other people, not just an isolated relationship, meaning stalking
one person and not others or all people they connect with in
the course of their life.
Was that enough information to get an answer?
Does a person accused of stalking have that problem in all their relationships, or just in certain ones
with certain people, and does a convicted stalker have a stalking type relationship
with everyone (all potential partners) or just some people and not others who would
be their potential partners or victims?
I think stalking can be towards one person. Whatever the object or characteristic of admiration and obsession that person possesses in the eyes of the stalker. The stalker may target one person and not another. Once a stalker always a stalker? Not so much. A person can learn from their mistakes. Or at the very least, want to avoid punishment.