I would avoid all contact with her from this point forward and hopefully it will go away.Ask a similar question
Sometimes "crazy" doesn't have an off switch. Just stop trying to contact her, in any way. Period. If you only met in October, it sounds like your social circles are not connected, so just steer clear and move on with your life.Ask a similar question
If she does not want to talk to you, and you keep "trying" to talk with her, whether in person or by electronic means then you are stalking and harassing her, even if you don't think so. You admittedly haven't dated in the past, and clearly have had no past relationship - so end your efforts, no matter how noble you think your reasons are, and you will not have to worry about any consequences of your acts.Ask a similar question
Best bet is to not talk to her so you don't have to deal with her getting a restraining order against you.Ask a similar question
If you are employed in the field of public safety, you have a lot at risk here. There is exactly one sound option available to you: DISENGAGE. Stalking and harassment are measured by the perception of the target, not the actor. So, here is how you keep your job and your regular life: don't call, write, text, or follow her on social media. Don't ask friends or mutual acquaintances about her. Don't "happen to be" in public places where she is. Don't attend the same social functions; don't send gifts or cards of any sort for any reason. D I S E N G A G E COMPLETELY.
If you think of something that you could do that might come to her attention, and you can come up with a sound rationale for that action, DON'T do it. This is exactly when and how your brain will walk you into handcuffs.
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