The National School of Psychologists’ major organisations recently provided some crucial recommendations on how to deal with teenagers. The advise is intended for teenagers’ parents and teachers. The advise was issued following a massacre in Texas that claimed the lives of a large number of youngsters and two adults at an elementary school where a teenager aged 19 to 18 years old arrived and opened fire on the students. The assassination took place on Tuesday, May 24, 2020. Find out more about Elithia Ramirez’s death and obituary.

Elithia Ramirez

Elithia Ramirez

According to the most recent rumours circulating on the Internet, an 18-year-old suspect fired weapons at a Uwald High School student, killing 19 kids, one teacher, and another adult. The entire dreadful episode was brought to the attention of the authorities, who quickly arrived at the crime scene and witnessed the chaos. However, the police officer was able to apprehend the accused and launch a brief inquiry, during which they discovered that he had also murdered his grandmother before arriving at the school.

All of the parents and guardians of the victims who died as a result of gun violence are heartbroken. Even after discussing their experience, the students who survived the gunfight with minor injuries are shocked and terrified. School, according to one of the world’s most known psychologists and professors at Duke University Medical Center, is a safe and helpful setting for almost all teenagers. The statement was released after 17 children were killed in a shooting at Majority Stoneman-Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, in 2018. “So when there’s a shooting at a school, it violates our paradigm that I can be in a safe place,” another statement reads.

Witness Isaias Melendez described the entire incident as disorganised, and the aggressive deed was widely condemned. The victims are receiving tributes from Internet users and other persons. They also express their heartfelt condolences to the victim’s parents and friends. These are some of the most heinous accidents in American history.

Another National Childhood Trauma Stress Network member reported how their parents had lost faith in the school. Despite this, they are still attempting to persuade their children following the widely circulated news of the catastrophe.