One “Unknown”or “Restricted” hang up call or “wrong number” following an argument or breakup can usually be attributed to someone wanting to make up (or perhaps they’re missing you and just want to hear your voice). It becomes a serious matter of deep concern when it continues and/or other stalkerish behaviors are involved. Stalking is like walking into someone’s life uninvited… it is intrusive, invasive and illegal. It violates our privacy and destroys our senses of safety and trust; it’s like breaking into a person’s home and rummaging through their personal items. With the internet, easy access to information affords the stalker many avenues of watching you and the people you interact with. Please note that I am only touching base on this disturbing behavior; it is a matter for Mental Health Experts, Law Enforcement and our Judicial System.
Yes (score one point)
Men feel uneasy calling after an argument, breakup or an extended period of silence. ONE Prank call is a form of contact, and while immature, he is missing you and wanting to hear your voice. HOWEVER, if this behavior continues, please keep track of all calls and messages. DO NOT ERASE any messages he sends. If he’s trying to gain access to email and other online accounts and/or using fake social media accounts to “friend” or contact you (and/or others connected to you), and/or stalking you in person, KEEP TRACK and report everything to your local police. It is probable that you will get more contact from him, but not the kind that is good for you or your mental health.
This is a GOOD sign (and so what about getting the extra point, because this is the only question in this article where it is great NOT to get that point–he is not harassing you… which means that if you two reunite, you will have an opportunity for a mutually happy, healthy relationship built on a foundation of trust and respect).
Before we conclude, let’s count the number of points from the questions you’ve answered in Topic Three, then go to the next page for results.