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Sometimes guys hit on people who aren't interested, and a clear "no" puts them back on the right track. Other times, they keep on going. You might be feeling increasingly uncomfortable or even unsafe. Here is how to shake a guy who refuses to listen to you telling him no. If you want to reduce the chances of being vulnerable, there are certain safety measures you can take. Following these tips can reduce the risk, but they can't guarantee your safety, nor is it your fault if you aren't perfectly alert all the time.
Method 1. Explain that you are not interested. With everyone everywhere on a smart phone, tablet, or laptop, technology is fast becoming one of the primary ways humans communicate. Social media networks, online forums, and dating websites and chat-rooms are common stomping grounds for creeps who won't take no for an answer. Perhaps you were previously friendly with another user and he said or did something that made you uncomfortable.
You have a right to tell him to back off. In the clearest way possible, tell him that you are no longer interested in chatting or maintaining contact. Request that the person stop contacting you. Your request might be as straightforward as "Can you please stop contacting me? Block contact. Removing this guy as a friend or follower should prevent him from being able to contact you any further. Sit down and go through each network in which you have had contact with him and block him from being able to view your profile and reach out to you.
There are two easy ways to block contact on Facebook. You can visit the person's profile and select Block from the " You can also click the padlock symbol on your on profile.
The prompt "How do I stop someone from bothering me? Select this, and then enter the name or email address of the user you want to block. Contact the website administrators. If you need help blocking an unfriendly user, you can always ask for assistance Robinson Cleaver*, William Davies, Jackie Brown - At The Console the administrators of whatever site you're using.
Typically, these customer service agents will make haste of blocking this person and the person will not be able to contact you again. Change your email address. If you gave out your email address, or if it was listed on your user accounts, it might be a good idea to change it.
If the person has not been contacting you via email, you may be okay to keep using your current one. Get evidence of cyberstalking behavior. If a person online is stalking you, it's important to gather any inappropriate messages, emails, photos, or other means of contact to show to someone in authority. If you are not sure if your case counts as cyberstalking, consider the following.
Cyberstalking occurs when someone:   Monitors your computer or internet use or social media posts Posts inappropriate pictures or spreads rumors about you online Threatens Where Do We Go From Here - Norman Connors - Star Power hurt you or someone you care about Messages, texts, or contacts you when you do not want him to Sends you viruses or content that are potentially damaging to your computer or phone.
Involve the police. If blocking this person or getting help from a chat-room or social media website administrator Julio Jaramillo - Calla Corazon / Una Pena solve the problem, you need to get legal assistance. Contact the cops and bring them up to date on the situation, being sure to provide them with evidence to help your case.
Method 2. Assess whether he is a threat. At best, he is seriously misguided, and at worst, he is potentially violent and very unsafe. You always have a right to say no; this is important in considering whether and how to protect your safety.
Learn how to read emotions. A tense or harsh tone of voice may indicate someone is angry or upset. Facial cues might indicate the same, such as drawn in eyebrows, dilated Not A Thing - No For An Answer - No For An Answer , and a hard, piercing stare. If you State Of Mind (Vertigo Radio Edit) - Holly Valance - State Of Mind these signs, try to end the interaction as soon as possible, or get in sight of others.
Listen to your Not A Thing - No For An Answer - No For An Answer . If you feel that this guy is likely to hurt you or make you extremely uncomfortable, you're probably right. If you think that he isn't horrible but just misguided, then you're probably right. Err on the side of playing it safe. You don't want to get hurt. Learn to trust your gut. How do you feel in your body when you are around this person?
Does your heart beat fast in alarm? Do your fists clench? Do you find yourself holding your breath? All of these could be bodily signs that this person is Doppelganger - Various - One Man And His Bog - 20 Years On The Toilet Tour you uncomfortable, even if he has a smile on his face.
Be cautious if you are getting bad vibes or feel afraid of him. Direct confrontation may lead to escalation, so avoid telling him off; he might start threatening you or turn violent.
Trust your instincts and find ways to either end the interaction or get around others. For example, you might look at your watch and suddenly exclaim that you are late for a meeting or appointment. This can be a good way to get away from the person. It also demonstrates that someone somewhere is waiting on your arrival, and will be wary if you are Not A Thing - No For An Answer - No For An Answer . Go to safer ground if a guy is getting pushy.
Some men become loud, threatening, or violent if a woman keeps saying no. He is less likely to do this if you are somewhere with more witnesses, and you Not A Thing - No For An Answer - No For An Answer more likely to run into a kind bystander who can help you out.
Crowded areas are far safer than isolated places. Look for other women. Many women can recognize the signs that a woman is being harassed by a guy, and can swoop in to the rescue or get outside help. Look for an authority figure. If he won't listen to you, maybe he'll listen to someone in a position of power, whether it's a boss, bartender, or teacher. This person may also be able to threaten consequences if he doesn't knock it off.
At work and school, you have a right to focus on your work in a nonthreatening environment free of harassment. Try avoiding him. See if you can politely excuse yourself when he comes by. Say something like "I need to finish a project," "It's getting late," or "I'll see you around.
If he starts following you, go straight for a crowd, authority figure, or police. Enlist the support of friends, coworkers, or even random bystanders. If he won't listen to you being straightforward, then it's time to get outside help.
Explain the situation and ask for help in extricating yourself from this situation. If he's pressing you in public, start crying or saying no, loudly. If he tries to cover it up by acting like he wants to comfort you, push him away. People will recognize he's bothering you, and they'll come help.
If he lays his hands on you after refusing to leave, then scream. Scream loudly and persistently until he leaves or someone comes running. Get help from law enforcement if needed. An extremely persistent or violent guy may leave you with no other option than a restraining order or harassment charges.
You deserve to be able to go about your day without worrying about what he'll do next, and you certainly deserve to be at peace. Method 3. Learn basic self-defense practices.
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