We’ve all heard someone say, “I Facebook stalked him!” or “I didn’t mean to stalk you but I saw your post about your trip to Vegas…” But the truth is, true stalkers can make your life a living hell; stalking is scary, it’s dangerous and in many cases, illegal.However all too many people ignore the clear warnings and get married -- and, the elders tell us, live through a horrendous period (or even an entire married life), suffering the consequences of that dumb decision.Sifting through hundreds of responses, I learned about four warning signs that should make you very reluctant to commit to a relationship.
Before you know it it's very easy to be having full-on conversations by text -- and most troubling to do so anytime, anywhere.
If you’re reading this and asking yourself, “Am I being stalked?
” or if you have recently wondered, “How do I know if I’m being stalked?
However I tried to convey their advice on this issue, behind me I could hear these wise elders shouting this lesson to younger people: Over and over, when it comes to marriage the elders point to decisions that completely ignore the evidence and show bad judgment.
They believe there are a set of signs so strong and compelling that they tell you to get out of the relationship.