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Round Table Dr. Paul Meier: Stalking, Trolling, Cyberstalking

Thursday 10th January 2019

Join Dr. Paul Meier and Melanie Vann on Mental Health News Radio as they discuss stalkers, trollers, bullying, harassment, and cyberstalking. Learn what these behaviors look like and how to disengage from them.
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Stalking, Trolling, Cyberstalking: Understanding Predatory Behaviors with Dr. Paul Meier

But what I want to say about this and why we're going to do shows about this on a lot of our podcasts, is because this is a very real threat out there Today, with the internet and social media.
In a world where the internet and social media have become a part of our everyday lives, it's important to be aware of the dangers that come with these platforms. In the latest episode of Mental Health News Radio, Dr. Paul Meier and Melanie Vann discuss stalking, trolling, bullying, harassment, and cyberstalking. Dr. Meier, founder of the non-profit mental health outpatient organization Meier Clinics, shares his experiences with these behaviors and offers advice on how to deal with them.
Stalking, trolling, and cyberstalking are all forms of predatory behavior that can be dangerous and difficult to deal with. Dr. Meier and Melanie Vann discuss what these behaviors look like and how to disengage from them. They emphasize the importance of not engaging with the person that's attacking you and how to report abusive behaviors online.
Dr. Meier also shares his experience receiving The Great American Award and what it meant to him. He discusses the importance of proper treatment for mentally ill individuals and how it can help prevent these types of behaviors.
The episode is both informative and empowering, providing listeners with the knowledge and tools they need to protect themselves from online predators. It's a thought-provoking conversation that is sure to leave listeners with a new perspective on these important issues.
Listen to the episode now here on and join the conversation on mental health awareness.