It’s easier for us to open up about this here
What I would suggest is, being new in North America, it's easier for us to open up about this here rather than in our own country, if you're coming from our cultural background. So, I suggest that the support person ensures that they create a scenario where it feels comfortable or somewhat like, you know, a family environment or very close relationship so that they can open up, because it's not so easy for us to do. I've seen so many people talking about it openl,y but in our country, I don't think -. There are many people in our region who may be afraid not only to talking about it openly, but they might be afraid to even think about it. So, it's really important for you to understand that we come from a different background and you have to make a good connection. That would be the key to dealing with it. And make sure that you give them time to open up. This is quite different for us. It's not so easy to open up and talk about it, so they must understand that and respect it. [...] So, they got to think about it this and take necessary measures to deal with it.