5. Tell Someone
If you know you’re being stalked, it’s important to inform the police of your problem. You should also tell at least one close friend or family member if you think you’re being stalked.
Make sure those you tell know where you’ve put the documentation relating to the stalking activity. You might also want to ask the person or people you’ve confided in to travel with you when you have to run errands etc.
6. Defending Yourself
If you are able to defend yourself, you stand a better chance of surviving in the event that your stalker physically attacks you. Thus it might be a good idea to take some kind of self-defense class. You might also wish to consider investing in a large dog, or rescuing one from a shelter.
Taking steps to ensure your own physical protection should help you to feel somewhat safer. If your stalker threatens you or becomes physically violent, you should also alert the police at the nearest available opportunity.
7. Your Cell Phone
In an emergency situation, your cell phone is a lifeline because you can use it to call for help. Hence if you suspect you’re being stalked, make sure you carry your cell phone with you at all times, even if you’re just going from one room of your house to another. If you do not use a cell phone, consider investing in one because they can definitely help to keep you safe if you’re being stalked.