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Dr Nakarni says stalking can be divided up into two main categories: rejection and idolisation.
Dr Griffiths added: "I have done research on teenage idolisation of pop stars and found that, on the whole, it helps and enhances your life.
Wouldn't our idolisation of the Royal Family be of far more worth if it were due to their personalities and qualities?
North Korea's absolute leadership will crumble if the idolisation of leader Kim breaks down," Park said.
What he finds truly dangerous, however, is the obsession with beauty, EoACAyfandom', and idolisation.
Fizzing with energy and enthusiasm, Michele (who started her career as a child actress in Broadway theatre productions of Les Miserables, Fiddler On The Roof and Spring Awakening) says she shares her character's idolisation of Barbra Streisand and the stage.
It's only this unhealthy idolisation of London politics which is holding us back.
No competitions, no titles, no ing, no idolisation - just the des enjoy a world party in one of the beautiful corner's of North Wa Llangollen.
Bill Muehlenberg, from the Family Council of Victoria, put out a word of caution against the idolisation of violence through the character of Pitt, reports the Sunday Herald Sun.
Jamie Yeates, 15, who worked for Carmarthenshire trainer Alison Thorpe and was nicknamed Spencer because of his idolisation of former champion jockey Jamie Spencer, died at his home on January 8, having been stabbed 18 times.
And as soon as they launched into their track list - which was pleasingly made up of samples from their newest album, Home and their 18-year back catalogue (I know it's hard to believe) - I quickly realised that this was the first time during the evening that I had truly been in the presence of performers worthy of any kind of idolisation.