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A source of information for the individuals targeted for abuse, harassment and mobbing in the community and workplace.
To help the abused targets journey into the light from the darkness that is mobbing.
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This is particularly true due to the amount of misinformation promulgated by mobs and gang-stalkers (trolls) to spread paranoia and anxiety within the community of targeted individuals. A lot of the information available on the internet has to be taken with a certain amount of care and healthy scepticism.

What is mobbing?
Mobbing is the abuse and harassment of an individual by a group of people in the community or the workplace, it is schoolyard bullying but usually carried out in an adult environment and can happen to anyone no matter what their background.

Mobbing UK has been created to try and help individuals targeted for mobbing by the more troubled members of our society regain some of their life back and to make it clear they are not alone. The author has been mobbed in the community and workplace for about 10 years and has found that information has only just started to become more mainstream in the last few years. The aim is to clarify what mobbing is about and offers useful books and references which may help a mobbed individual to survive this ordeal which has the aim of totally destroying the mobbed individual often with the only purpose of providing entertainment to some very troubled individuals.  

The members of the mob aim to get under the target's skin, they want the target to be thinking about them one hundred percent of the time to try and create anxiety, depression and post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the target. It is pretty nasty stuff, some members of the mob may think of themselves as self righteous vigilantes but as the target is normally innocent they are just part of a toxic mob. Most members of the mob are not that misguided, they just like creating as much suffering in the target as they can just for kicks and personal gratification.

The target needs to realise they are being mobbed and once they do they need to start to learn how to deal with it to prevent themselves losing their health and sanity while keeping their integrity intact.




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A quick overview of mobbing
The information in this article is taken from the book How to end mobbing: A proven 10-step process by V. d. M., G. It may not be that proven as the Author has not provided any details of themselves but the mobbing process is succinctly put!
Published by Author - 8/4/2020
Kent Police officer framed ex-girlfriend and got her family arrested
Charlotte Clark-Hughes didn't know what she was getting herself into when she dumped her controlling cop boyfriend Tristian Smith.
The trainee nurse was arrested, as was her stepdad and disabled mum, as a result of his his vengeful attack on the 26-year-old and her family.
Now Charlotte speaks for the first time of her 11-month nightmare at the hands of the evil special constable, reports our sister site The Mirror .
Smith, also 26, hacked into phones and Facebook accounts to bombard himself with threatening messages from them.
Published by Author - 20/1/2020
Cheshire police chief launches campaign against 'epidemic' of bullying
Crime commissioner wants to tackle bullying of children and adults.
Published by Author - 18/1/2020
The author has certainly had the DARVO techniques used against them which has obviously helped to isolate them from the community and discredit them with the authorities. Indeed it would seem organisations such as the police decided to become part of the problem rather than trying to seek a reasonable resolution to the abuse. DARVO has been used by the perpetrator to enlist other perpetrators using social media, gossip, slander and false accusations.

This has engineered a lose/lose situation for all concerned and turning normally decent people into very toxic individuals, even if they do not know it! However, it has pushed the author into making more information available to other targets of mobbing and other forms of pathological abuse.
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