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SOCIAL PREDATORS

DEFINITION

The Online/Social Predator is one who uses the mechanisms of cyber space to hunt human beings with the intent to exploit, rob, plunder and pillage their body, mind, heart and/or soul. If you're lucky, they're only after your money and time. If you're not lucky.....you could end up as a murder statistic.

While vampires themselves can be - and often are - called predators and have predatory natures, THIS particular definition relates to the negative online/social predators only, as defined above. One way of looking at it is that there are "good predators" and "bad predators". This will give you warning signs to keep you away from the "bad predators".

You should make a conscious effort to observe the person's interactions with others, not just how s/he interacts with you. They may be too good to slip up when talking to you, but their interactions with others may reveal their true self. However, you have to be committed to taking every precaution for YOUR OWN SAFETY. The best defense you have against an online/social predator is your own common sense and judgment. If you have a voice whispering that "something is not right" or "this is too good to be true"....that little voice is probably right.

Don't believe everything you read - just because someone online tells you that they are 15 doesn't mean they are telling the truth. Even adults can't tell when a male pretends to be a female or a 50 year old pretends to be a 15 year old.

COMMON PHRASES USED BY SOCIAL PREDATORS

Do not tell ________ .

( ________ ) is crazy ! ( or psycho, sick, a liar, or out to get me)

It would be best if you no longer spoke to ________.

I do not need to defend myself against lies.

They are just jealous ( of me / of us / of what we have / that you have me ).

COMMON ACTIONS BY SOCIAL PREDATORS

Becomes defensive or angry when questioned.

Questions the sincerity of the person asking, when questioned.

Brings up bad situations before you ask, dismisses them as being false allegations, and counters with "reasons" and "past history" showing that they are more honorable than they really are.

Discourages or forbids you to check "references" by asking other people's opinion of them.

CHARACTERISTICS OF A SOCIAL PREDATOR

  • Liar: ( Self explanatory. )
  • Deceiver: His self situation is presented as other than what it is.
  • Betrayer: He is likely to break trust.
  • Insecure: He is worried that others will be faithless.
  • Inconsistent: He will say one thing while doing another.
  • Lacking Honor: Usually while protesting that he has honor.
  • Lack of Respect: He will tend to denigrate others.
  • Transient: He is unlikely to have many long term friends.
  • Manipulator: He calculates and contrives for his own benefit to the detriment of his partner.
  • Secretive: He will tend to cloak himself and his activities.
  • Charming: If he could not steal your breath away, he would not be a successful hunter.
  • Selective: He will pick victims carefully, looking for weaknesses and filling those voids completely.
  • Chameleon: He will appear to fit any need perfectly and adapt to fill any desire.
  • Lacking in Self Control: Although at times, he may have extraordinary self control and discipline.

WARNING SIGNS

"I feel s/he is just too good to be true." - they probably are...

You are hearing consistent warnings from more that one person.

Your instincts are whispering something is not right about this person.

Frequent inconsistencies - if someone often makes contradictory statements from one day to the next, like Mon. tells you s/he has no children, then on Fri., mentions his/her son's birthday or something. If a person often seems to have a lot of trouble remembering what they have said to you from one day to the next, it could be that they are telling a lot of people a lot of different things.

 


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