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How to Set Boundaries
Boundaries can help you retain a sense of identity and personal space, and they’re easier to create and maintain than you might think.
Abuse by proxy
When the abuser can't directly inflict abuse upon his victim, he may find accomplices to do his dirty work. Abusers often use other people to do their dirty work for them; the abuser's social milieu, the victim's social milieu, the System
Stalking!
Stalking generally refers to harassing or threatening behavior that an individual engages in repeatedly, such as following a person (either in person or online), appearing at a person’s home or place of business, making harassing phone calls, leaving written messages or objects, using a third party to get insight or information on a person.
What is Harassment?
When a person’s behaviour is so extreme, abusive or rude that it causes harm to another person or makes another person believe that s/he will suffer harm. This may include mental, psychological, physical or financial harm. Harassment happens when a person does something that may make another person feel uncomfortable, threatened or unsafe.
Evidence
Having evidence is essential when you need to either open a case against an abuser or defend yourself and/or claims. By keeping evidence of everything you have the opportunity to use it when you need it. Being prepared gives you peace of mind.
Harassment Order
If you’re a victim of abusive or threatening behaviour by someone other than a person that’s living with you, or with whom you have a domestic relationship, you can apply for a Harassment Order.