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Tagged With: Harassment

Stalking

Definition: Stalking – Any pervasive and unwelcome pattern of pursuing contact with another individual. Hunting and Haunting:  While most of us are taught to be most fearful of strangers, in most cases of stalking the perpetrator is someone known to the victim. The stalker may be a family member, friend, spouse, co-worker, partner, ex-spouse or … Continue reading »

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Why I regret whistle-blowing (And Maybe You Should Too)

Whistle-blowers are usually motivated by a sense of social justice. It can be an act of free speech. It can also destroy your life — something that almost happened to me. Before I go there, let me just point out the most startling example of this in recent times. That is none other than US whistle-blower, Edward … Continue reading »

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Bullying then and now

First off, I should admit, that I have just turned 50. I hate to admit that, but for the purpose of this blog, it’s necessary. Because I can relate, from the “then” side of this issue. I was bullied. It happens and if it is not addressed it can lead to violence and aggression. It’s a … Continue reading »

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