Over the past years, hundreds of children and communities are experiencing Crylence around the world. They heard the gun shots, hid in closets, under tables, barricaded themselves in bathrooms or classrooms or ran to a fire house with their eyes closed. Flags are flown at half-mast almost on a daily basis for deceased students and educators. The President explaining the tragedies of what happened in the elementary, middle and high schools, universities, movie theaters or shopping malls are becoming common-place. This is the scenario that we see much too often. News cameras, police and guns all may be upsetting, frightening and confusing for both children and adults. How do you talk to your child, friend or family member? What do you tell them? What do you say when they ask about death? How do you help to get them through the issues of Crylence.