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Re: admiting to stalking u T Dinah

Posted by pegasus on March 16, 2004, at 16:54:43

In reply to Re: admiting to stalking u T, posted by Dinah on March 15, 2004, at 18:01:46

No, I agree. Real stalking, where you follow them around or call them all the time when they ask you not to, or peek into their windows, or trespass etc. would not be amusing. And I wouldn't blame a T that terminated a patient for that. Because, how would they know that it wouldn't turn dangerous? And how could they ever feel like they had real privacy? Those are really important things.

I'm not very proud of even the mini e-stalking that I've done. And yet I'm trying to see the logic of it, the limits I have, and not beat myself up over it. In my mind, there is a distinct line between perusing public information and actually walking into their backyard (or whatever). Personally, I did feel a little over the line when checking out the interior of his house online. Even though anyone in the world could have seen the same pictures if they had looked. But the thing is that I'm sure he didn't expect or want clients to see those pics.

- p




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