I was married to a man for 21 years. He had an affair on me with a woman who has bipolar. We divorced in 2005 and we had recently gotten back together. He had seen a counselor and had turned his whole life around including getting rid of this woman. This woman stalked him from the beginning of the affair and continued to stalk him after they had broken up. She even stalks me and my kids periodically. My ex husband killed himself this past feb. and this woman is now stalking him in his death and is harrassing me. It is like she is obsessed. I just received a two page letter from her telling me that I have caused her and my ex husband nothing but heartache for the past three years. She told me that I need God's forgiveness, and that I killed him. She wrote this letter with so much anger, words were underlined, words were circled, and small notes were written in the margin. I am very afraid of this woman, and do not know what she is capable of. My ex husband's family is very upset with her. She came at me last week and called me a b---- right in front of my father in law. She tells me that my husband never loved me and he was her soulmate. She goes to his grave every day, and I cannot go there due to the pain this woman causes me. Can someone help me understand this disease and maybe give me some guidance on how to handle her. She even calls me at work. So far, I completely ignore her. I give her no attention at all. If she calls me, I hang up. She has followed me in my car as well. But I just ignore. Any advice would help me. Thank you
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