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Web Stalkers
Chapter 3 -
Web Weirdos

Types of Web Weirdos

While the web is indeed a bastion for flakes of all sorts, it is important to note that there is a strong genetic and external component.  According to a respected psychologist, many of these disorders can be brought on or aggravated by external factors such as illnesses, alcohol, prescription drugs, or illegal drugs.  Some of these disorders; schizophrenia and compulsive tendencies, in addition to those factors, can exacerbate stalking behaviors. Also, central nervous system disorders (CNS) including some forms of schizophrenia may also have an impact on an individual’s behavior.  There is ongoing research into treatments for organically-caused stalking disorders, but many experts believe that brain dysfunction is a major factor in the aggravating web stalker’s behavior.

Certain personality disorders may make a stalker more dangerous.  Without the benefit of scientific research, a brief synopsis is presented for the more common types of web weirdoes.

The Narcissist

Narcissists love themselves excessively and feel that everybody should love them as well. When they attempt to initiate a relationship and are spurned or rejected, they take it personally.  Sometimes a narcissist is borderline psychotic, which increases the danger they pose to the public.

The above text is an excerpt from:

Web Stalkers
Protect yourself from Internet Criminals & Psychopaths
ISBN 0-97-45993-9-5

by Donald K. Burleson, Stephen Andert

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