It is extremely important to stay calm and not get angry, as weird as it sounds. Your friend needs someone to be there for them not react violently. Also, you cannot force anyone to tell or see anyone about a sexual assault but it is very important to encouage them to follow appropriate steps and be supportive. Here are some helpful tips that may help if you know someone that has been sexually assaulted.
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