harassment stalking and personal privacy living

Stalking harassment presents the stalking victim with unwanted dangers unless he or she chooses action to thrwart the stalker’s efforts. How can one stop stalking and eliminate the continued threat of harassment stalking? This article will provide ideas on geographic choices for personal privacy living that may be of value to the man or lady whose stalker refuses to give up the chase.

While employment considerations may be of great importance to many, often safety comes as the top priority for the stalking victim. I have written about workplace privacy through the use of a separate entity in another article that may be of value once a new location has been established. Let’s assume the job, occupation or profession is secondary to safety from the harassment stalking problem, and that the recommendations in the aforementioned article and information in my best-selling e-book, Privacy Crisis are used for personal privacy, and that the primary consideration is escape from a dangerous stalker.

Location Choices for Personal Privacy Living

Certain states generally provide less personal privacy for “residents” than others. New York and California are two states that are known to check identification often when even routine goods are purchased or everyday services are sought. For instance, we have encountered vendors who want to check identification for money order purchases in California.

We are aware of privacy advocates having success in cities, towns, and rural areas in a number of states. Cities offer the great population and the opportunity to blend in with an abundance of readily available goods and services. Towns of medium size provide for some valuable privacy features as well especially when transients frequent these areas, particularily college students and vacation travelers. Rural areas, while seemingly the most private, sometimes make privacy living difficult as certain residents will be insistent on knowing the business of all their neighbors.

States in the Western United States are the best choices for privacy advocates based on our many years of privacy living. You may want to consider these if your harassment stalker has stalked you for a period of time: Wyoming, Utah, Nevada, Idaho, Montana, South Dakota. Other states may be considered, too.

Your success as you travel, work, bank, and live anonymously will depend on who you are as well as what you know. You may be interested in our free information e-mail course, Outsmarting Stalkers. This privacy course is Free and will provide basic information on how to cope with the stalking problem.

Privacy Crisis: Identity Theft Prevention Plan and Guide to Anonymous Living is available for purchase and immediate download. Four chapters are devoted to the behavioral aspects of privacy living and this information will empower you to get what you need without undue personal privacy sacrifices. Stalking victims have written me and claimed to have escaped their stalker while using these principles and techniques.

Grant Hall