According to the National Center for Victims of Crime, 370,000 men are stalked annually -- one in 45 men.
More than 1 million women are stalked every year; about one in every 12 women will be stalked in her lifetime.
There's a line between the overzealous pursuer and the stalker.
"Stalking is much more about inducing fear," says Brook Zitek, DO, a forensic psychiatrist at Temple University School of Medicine in Philadelphia.
Everybody needs company, no matter what their age is.