It's there for you to read, so why not check to see who has added scandalous photos, or how many girls have commented on your boyfriend's wall? Who is that girl writing on your ex-boyfriend's wall, and what is he saying back to her?Just click "Wall-to-Wall" to get the lowdown on their entire Facebook conversation. If you don't know that suspicious girl or guy writing flirtatious words on your ex's wall, type her or his name into Google and get the dirt! If you happen to have the password of an ex, a crush, or a "frienemy," then why not log on to his or her account and scope out every aspect of his or her life? If someone has her or his Facebook set to block people who aren't in their regional network, just temporarily join regional network (keep your fingers crossed that they aren't super private)!In doing this, you will not only be ridding yourself of the obsessive online "stalking" habits, but you may find yourself with extra time for things like...homework. If you can't rid yourself of them completely — don't worry, most of us can't — try to spend as little time on them as possible.
Then, when the time is right, send a friend request to your person of interest. How to Avoid It The scariest part of online stalking is that you may never know if it is happening to you.
There are ways, however, to secure your profile so that all of your personal information isn't available for the world to see.
You can also turn on Google Alerts and monitor what pages with your name show up online.
The results are sent right to your personal e-mail. How to Kick It If you are looking to kick the obsessive habits, the easiest way to do it is by swearing off social networking Web sites — at least for a little while.
Pick a false name, age, and location, and add some random people you don't know.
You can sell your "fake self" even more by creating a new AIM screen name.
Check out the privacy settings on your preferred social networking Web site.
Make your profile and blog private so that only those you add as friends can view your information.
So to help out everyone who I am not able to answer directly or immediately, I’ve written up a list of the most frequently asked questions and quick and simple answers (as well as links to full posts I’ve written on the subject.) Relationships are messy at times – even for those of us that like things clean (no drama). Having a good relationship means continuing to love (the verb form of love) actively throughout the good times, bad times and normal times. a behavior, a statement an action and try to figure out what it means about her relationship. , The Reason Why He Won’t Call You His Girlfriend (from a female prospective) The most common types of questions all boil down to amateur detective work on why a guy didn’t do what the girl wanted him to. On a similar topic, you’ll want to read how to know if a guy is playing you. Here’s my very best on how to seduce and man and turn him on: How To Seduce A Man and How To Turn A Man On…
There was a woman I was talking to at a bar a few weeks ago. Here’s a whole boatload of common relationship stuff. Here’s some of what I consider some of my best articles to answer the most common questions: Why Didn’t He Text Back? , How To Get Out of The Friend Zone With a Guy He Loves Me, He Loves Me Not Another major type of question is trying to figure out the guy’s feelings or where she stands with the guy she’s seeing. A lot of the time, I’ll get questions from women who feel in their heart that they want to make a move or move in a certain direction, but really don’t know if it’s the right move or not. And my very best on what makes him emotionally bond with you and fall in love: What Do Men Want In A Woman and How Do You Find Love Making a Long Distance Relationship Work Everything you need to know to have a successful long distance relationship here: Long Distance Relationship Advice (LDR Advice) Can a Girl Say ‘I Love You’ First?
If you suspect an acquaintance of stalking you online, limit that person's profile access so you can control exactly what he or she can see on your profile.