Perhaps avoiding the individual (to the extent possible) is the best approach. Sometimes individuals with personality disorders feed off the attention (positive or negative). (not trying to generalize, of course).
Unwanted gift, no boundaries whatsoever. She talks to me like we are in a relationship. But we are not and i am not interested.
This is the story of my life with women. It appears that when I feel "vulnerable," I may actually be sometimes giving off other signals. Often, the only women that stay with me, or are interested in me, have serious boundary issues, or at least it feels that way to me. It's probably because I feel like something is "wrong" with me, and that I want to be "fixed"; therefore, I attract "fixers." It's incredibly frustrating because all of my core feelings of vulnerability are tied into this feeling of needing to be "fixed," yet that feeling attracts the most boundary violating of women.
Lots of good advice here. One thing to think about is when you are not at home.
On another forum a person was having problems with people in his neighborhood breaking into peoples houses and cars. He bought motion-activated camera that links to a smartphone. I think he said he bought his from Lowes or home depot. Anytime the camera sees movement it starts to record and sends an alert to the users phone.
Long story short he recorded individuals multiple times or a couple days walking around in his neighborhood looking in peoples cars. He printed a picture of the individuals and taped it to the inside of his screen/storm door to let anyone that came on his porch know they were being watched. A day or so later he recorded them walking around the side of his house trying to get into his backyard through a gate. They also came to and tried his front door. The picture scared them off and he didn't see them again. I'm not sure how much a camera would cost or how hard they are to put up but it may be worth having for collecting evidence when you are not at home.
The pictures and video could then be shown to police.