She's not like Jaycee or Elizabeth in that she was present when both her parents were brutally slaughtered. We don't know details of the 3 months. I don't want to. It's hard to hear those saying she'll do this or that because she's so strong. That sets a standard she may feel compelled to meet. It's hard to live your life bound by other's expectations. I hope she's allowed to heal with lots of help. Privately. Wasn't a church involved with having a service? Maybe they'd be able to direct those wanting to help Jayme, or even have a fund or something. One article said the schools planned to instruct the kids on things to say or not say, as they might innocently blunder and say or do something hurtful. Good idea. But then, I'd hate to have to live a life where everyone walked on eggshells for fear of my being too fragile. I'm afraid that might annoy me, like no one thought I was strong enough to stand on my own. And I'm an adult having mixed emotions just reading her dilemma. Prayers sweet child. May your guardian angel stay close.