Have you thought about how many online accounts you actually have? If you sit down and really think about it, you will be properly shocked.
Facebook stalker or real life Jack the Ripper – both can be just as scary.
It can be flattering, there is no doubt, when you discover that someone is watching you. Or more accurately, stalking you. A little part of us does feel a bit weirded out, but another part is quite chuffed.
One of the top concerns of many of the psychologists today has been the escalation of cyberbullying. The internet may have introduced an incredible array of learning and knowledge possibilities, but it has also opened a gateway to allow those with problems to pursue bullying in ways and intensities that have never been seen before.