Emphasizing that it is psychologically normal for anxiety levels to increase and for physical symptoms to manifest during these difficult days.

·      Traumatized victims may exhibit fear, restlessness, depression, self-blame, loss of interest in school and other activities, regressive behaviors, deterioration in sleep and appetite, sleep terror, aggression, low concentration, separation anxiety, withdrawal, feelings of loneliness and grief.

·      Talk to them at eye level and start the conversation by introducing yourself. During such conversations, it is crucial to listen to the victims without interpreting or expressing surprise or pity.

·      It is important not to ask leading questions, such as "What did you do?" or "What happened to you?" to avoid triggering fear and anxiety in victims.

·      Encourage them to try maintaining normal routines.

·      Suggest limiting screen time, using calming techniques, spending time with friends and engaging in wellness activities, and sharing emotions.

·      Encourage avoiding harmful behaviors such as alcohol or drug use and staying away from rumors that easily spread on social media, which end up impacting our mental health negatively.