Alex Lovell: ‘He said he was close enough to smell my hair’ – BBC News

Stalking takes different forms – don’t excuse it. Victims of all sorts of crimes often doubt and blame themselves.
No-one asks to be stalked.
Make a note of everything. How you feel is as powerful as physical evidence in this crime.
Believe me – if it started with a seemingly innocent bunch of flowers, but escalated to the point that you were afraid to leave the house – you would find it hard to remember each odd thing that had built up to this terrible situation.
Tell someone: all my neighbours, friends and closest colleagues knew about my situation and I found enormous reassurance in their protection.
Tell the police if you can.

via Alex Lovell: ‘He said he was close enough to smell my hair’ – BBC News

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