Behaviour of dating professionals dating professionals
When someone you’ve started dating asks you more than once about a particular person you took a picture with, or about the location you were in when you posted something, you need to seriously evaluate whether the person you’re dating has stalker tendencies.
Sign #4: They stop by unannounced, and they often do it when you already told them you had plans.
Stalkers will ask anyone they know or meet for details about you once they’ve become fixated on you.
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.
The dropping-by-unannounced behavior is one that makes targets the most nervous.
Often, your logic goes like this: “Yeah, I’m happy to see you, but didn’t I tell you that I was hanging out with my friend?