"...Emotional responses of witnessing and experiencing disasters, mass violence, and traumatic events can vary from person to person. There is no right or wrong way to feel. Common reactions include disbelief and shock, feelings of fear, anxiety guilt, anger, hopelessness, difficulty concentrating, trouble sleeping, changes in eating habits, and disruptions in the ability to tend to daily tasks and responsibilities..."  ADAA member Kathariya Mokrue, PhD shares tips for helping you/a loved one better manage anxiety and stress around traumatic events.