Obsessive Stalking

Those are surely redundant terms. Stalking, by definition,

is obsessive. Some people believe that stalking has its roots in the normal desire to pursue a relationship – to be attached, close, and connected. But something goes wrong in the stalker. It may have roots in childhood when attachments were not secure. The stalking develops usually when the person feels rejected. Then, stalking can be a form of revenge; a cure for the humiliation of unrequited love (What ever happened to eating a large chocolate fudge sundae with whipped cream?)

To read a psychological mystery about obsession, check out Object of Obsession

 

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