You’re walking home, you think someone is behind you but when you turn to check, nobody is there. Is this just paranoia playing games with your head? Or is there really someone behind you? Stalking isn’t really something any of us need to worry about as teens, but there could be some valuable information in the proceedings of this speech. Today we are going to profile three different types of stalkers.
Before we begin the profiling section, I thought it would help you to better understand a stalker if I gave the definition of one. Let’s take a look into the Marian Webster Dictionary to check it out. Stalker – One who walks swiftly and haughtily in pursuit of prey. Hmm, very interesting. This means that if you are a hunter, you are also a stalker. Anyways, back to the three different brands.
First and foremost, I’d like to make it clear that I am only informing you for your safety. In other words, don’t try this at home.
The first type of stalker I’ll profile is Jack, “The Rejected Stalker.” Jack is typically a male whose partner, typically a female friend in a relationship, has ended or tried to end their relationship. Jack usually wants to either extract revenge on the victim, or try to get back with her. There isn’t really a personality in Jack and his type, but the print out that I have says that there is, I think they’re lying. They say that Jack may have high levels of narcissism (egotistical or selfish) or jealousy. Jack may also feel humiliated or have poor social skills, maybe a social outcast. When stalking, Jack tries to be persistent and intrusive. Jack also may try to employ intimidation and assault their victim. The time that this lasts is usually till you call the cops on him.
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The second type of stalker Bob, is “The Resentful Stalker.” Bob is trying to frighten someone and put them in a situation of distress. Bob usually does this to take out some sick and twisted sort of revenge on a victim who has caused him pain, suffering, or upset him in some stupid way. Bob may view himself as someone who is striking back at someone for humiliating him in the past. Bob is often irrational and paranoid. Stalking victims that may upset him directly or be representing a group to whom he is upset at is what Bob is doing. Bob may stalk someone he knows or someone that is a complete and total stranger, you know what I’m talking about, the peeping tom sort of deal, and he sees a hot chick and goes outside her window and watches her at night. Kind of a pervert if you ask me. Bob will most likely stop stalking after he is confronted with a legal situation early on in the game.
Our next stalker is John. He’s a Predatory Stalker. John stalks his victims as a plan to sexually assault her in most cases. John isn’t very powerful so he stalks someone to get sexual gratification and power over someone, something he has never gotten. John has no sex life, and has a low self esteem. So you can probably guess that he has low social skills when it comes to romantic situations and may have low intelligence. John can stalk someone he knows or a complete stranger, as does Bob. John is a complete pervert; he may try to engage in behaviors such as: surveillance, disgusting phone calls, exhibitionism, fetishism, voyeurism, paedophilia/hebephilia, sexual masochism and sadism, and paraphilic asphyxia. Don’t ask me what some of that stuff is because I don’t really know. John is more likely to have prior criminal convictions than other Bob or Jack. The main reason for his actions is to commit sexual assault.
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Well, I have now profiled three different types of stalkers in Jack, Bob, and John. As I said before: these aren’t real people, they are just examples, and DON’T try this at home or joke around about it. This is serious business and isn’t something that needs messed with. Well, I have to go fix my garage door so peace out everyone.