Are parents who stalk “mentally ill”?

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Could Stacy Ashley possibly be considered mentally ill?

There are numerous articles that claim stalking is a mental illness

The relentless neurotic nature of the stalker can take the form of harassing their targets, calling them repeatedly, as well as sending letters and gifts. If these are ineffective, the individual may escalate to more intrusive behaviors such as spying on, and unexpectedly confronting their victims. Research tends to focus on how violating it is to bear the brunt of stalkers’ obsessions, but there is little to explain what exactly motivates the stalker, and further, how to therapeutically treat these offenders.

In the Mind of a Stalker – Revealing the five types of stalkers Post published by Robert T Muller Ph.D. on Jun 22, 2013 in Talking About Trauma

There are incidents in our lives that cause certain individuals major trauma and set some people who are perching on the edge of reality over that edge into LaLa land. Unfortunately Stacy Ashley could be one of these. And when these individuals are aging adults who you would think should know better but none the less carry out some of these nefarious acts that are nothing less than stalking,  you have to question their mental capabilities. This is one of many possible explanations. And when Stacy Ashley acts out to “support” her son, Richard Ashley, and his ongoing custody situation it is really hard not to list this activity as one of those notable WTF moments.

AS A SIDE NOTE  – Her son, Richard Ashley, is not exactly clear of this classification himself! He has also displayed many of these same symptoms and activities. And I sincerely hope they are not colluding in this activity  But for now I will concentrate on his moms issues.

Some of her documented symptoms of STALKING include

  • showing up at someones work to see if they are there, even late at night.
  • Placing constant police calls with the premise of “catching” this person violating something or other.
  • Sending other emissaries [ie – sons girlfriend, her sister or whoever] to spy on this person, photograph their activities and at times even threaten bodily harm.
  • Showing up at the victims relatives homes to “Voice her opinion” and to somehow intimidate them too.

All the symptoms are there!

IMHO This is one twisted sister!

All of these are very real incidents perpetrated by Stacy Ashley with alarming regularity. There isn’t a week that goes by without some form of this stalking behavior. And the sad part of these events is that she even somehow manages to Circe relatives and acquaintances to participate in these nefarious activities.  Like it is in some way going to further her delusional agenda. [Some say like minds tend to support each other] Unfortunately the only thing I can logically foresee coming of this is a restraining order and possibly even jail time.

In conclusion

All the tell-tale symptoms are in play. There is a resolution somewhere to be found I am sure. It really boggles my mind that Stacy has been able to function with no restraints or repercussions up till now. One can only hope that at some point the legal entities and processes can collar her and bring her back to reality with a restraining order or something. And I can only hope that in addition they also see fit to strongly recommend some professional mental evaluation and subsequent counseling or treatment for this documented questionable criminal behavior.

There is another very viable option, in my humble opinion. And that  is the early onset of Alzheimers. Further reading will throw the very real issue of dementia into the mix. Just sayin that anything is fair game here.

Good Luck, Stacy!

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bzerob

I am an aging American Navy veteran with some very pointed and acidic opinions. Feel free to heed the warning and read on.

2 thoughts on “Are parents who stalk “mentally ill”?”

  1. You sir are a real piece of shit! You can talk all you want about mental illness, because a person goes to a public place?! I myself would say a grown woman, mother of three, who has sexual intercorse with a child would be an illness! But who knows maybe the Apple didn’t fall very far from the tree!

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