This is really torturing their mind
[If a friend disclosed to me that she had been sexually assaulted], I would make sure that she is all right, I mean, mentally, or like, if they need any kind of comfort from you, at the moment, rather than just trying to make sure that they open up about the case, or how it happened [...]. I'll just make sure that she is alright mentally. Because it is quite dreadful for people; all of this is really torturing their mind. And then, like, they're not able to focus or [unclear]. So at the moment, I guess, just being able to rely on someone for awhile without speaking up would also be a great comfort to them. So, I would think about how I can make sure that she's comfortable and, you know, ensure that she's not all alone at the moment. That would be my priority, rather than just making sure that she was speaking up about the cases. But yeah, once I am sure that she is doing well, [...], she seems okay, she thinks that she can open up, that's when I would slowly try to make sure that she tells me about it. And then I could help her in any way she wants [and] definitely give her the heads up [that she could] reach out to the right authority. So, before anything I would make sure that I serve her my humanity, you know what I mean? Like, a proper comfort to her.