Do you have someone calling you three and four times in a row and if they cannot reach you on your cellular phone they’re calling you at home? Are you beginning to become paranoid when you see “restricted” on the caller ID? Are you beginning to feel like Michael Douglas in “Fatal Attraction?”
If this sounds like your current situation, I need to warn you! Consider this your “Stalker Alert!”
However, before I get started, I do have one question for you. When you first met Mr./Ms. Fatal Attraction, didn’t you realize there could be trouble from the start?
Now that we know who is to blame, let me help you out!
First, email Mr./Ms. Fatal Attraction his “Get out of Jail, Free” card because he’ll probably need it!
Second, never delete Mr./Ms. Fatal Attraction’s number from your cellular phone. Delete the picture but not the number. Mr./Ms. Fatal Attraction always seems to creep back up when you least expect it!
One cool thing to do is when you delete the picture; replace it with a screensaver that says “Stalker Alert!”
Third, and do this as soon as possible, block Mr./Ms. Fatal Attraction from seeing your updates on your social-network profiles. This will avoid being at the same place at the same time.
Now if all fails, you could either break your lease and move, or I have something even better than that.
The next time Mr./Ms. Fatal Attraction calls and leaves a message, call him or her back. Yes, I said call them back but from an undisclosed location. While leaving your message, play this in the background:
And tell Mr./Ms. Fatal Attraction you’re on an extended business trip in Barcelona. That should do the trick! It worked for me.
Date Smart… Date for Success!