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Hello, thank you for the question.
Have you been diagnosed with any mental illness? Why do the police think you're unstable?
You say that the doctors know, are these medical doctors that you've talked to about this?
Can you tell me more about how you know you're being spied upon?
I don't do phone calls because this is a US site and it's not a law firm. Calling is against my provincial law society's rules.
You'll have to reply to me through the site in writing.
I didn't call that number you typed, and I'm not at that number so if you called it I don't know what you're hoping to accomplish.
If you want to discuss this outside of your home, then take your computer elsewhere. It's up to you.
OK, I'm sure you have reasons to feel put upon. But I want you to try to be really objective about your situation.
Nobody is going to arrange cars to follow you. Why would they? What could they possibly stand to gain?
Similarly with hearing your neighbour; what could they or their ex possibly hope to gain by surveilling you? It sounds like all the family issues have been resolved. Or not?
It's unfortunate that you're still in such close proximity to your ex. But I want you to seriously consider that you might be exhibiting paranoia and possibly hallucinating.
Have you told your doctors about your neighbour and about being followed?