I'm very embarrassed that it happened to me, but it did, it's over, and I'm going to get through it. I am a victim of a cyberstalker, and I am partially responsible for allowing it to happen. It was definitely a case of too much information on my part. My weakness: I love talking to people and sharing, and when I talk with nice people I feel like we might share the same ideas. Well, I'm 40 and should be old enough to know better, but here we are. I made a silly mistake of uploading a photo that I used for a Facebook account - and it wasn't even my account. It was for a non-profit group I work with. But the guy found the account and tried to "friend" me there. I didn't think it would be a good idea for all of the volunteers to know that I come to a site like this, so I really freaked out. I seriously thought about just quitting cold turkey, but as my husband says "then the terrorist would win." So, I'm making baby steps. I read my husband's (Captain Elephant) post and I was so humbled by the outpouring of good wishes that I actually cried! See, most of you are very nice people, and I love talking with you. So how could I stay away! I'm going to be a lot more careful now, so if you've PMed me in the past I might be a little more stand-offish than I used to be. Sorry about that.