Ryan Serhant has been keeping busy over the past couple of months, as he made some major announcements on "Million Dollar Listing: New York." During the season finale of the show, Ryan revealed that he wanted to buy a company and expand his team tremendously. He revealed that it would keep him very busy and he was shocked that she stood by him. Serhant revealed that he would be working late hours, and he would also be filming his new show, "Sell It Like Serhant." While fans wanted a baby from the couple, it sounds like they are getting more shows and more work.

According to a new Instagram post, Ryan Serhant is now revealing that he feels odd and awkward when he has to say something about a horrific event. As he was sharing posts about the deals he was making and the show he was filming, the horrific shooting took place in Las Vegas. Within hours, people learned that 59 people had been killed and over 500 people had been injured. The shooting would become the worst mass shooting in the United States history.

Uncomfortable for all

Of course, many people were heartbroken when the details surfaced, but many feel awkward talking about this kind of thing. It is horrible and people are in shock that someone would choose to kill so many people, plan out this kind of mass shooting.

"Shocked. I never really know how to express myself in situations like this. I don't understand how there can be such hate and disgust for life in this world. My thoughts and prayers are with all of those affected by this inhumane act in #lasvegas," Ryan Serhant revealed on Instagram, sharing how he doesn't understand how people can be so hateful and have such a disgust for life to easily take other people's lives.

At this point, police are still trying to piece together what happened in Las Vegas, but it is clear that people will be shocked for quite some time.

A shock in a busy life

While the people in attendance were clearly shocked by the shooting, people are home who are not thinking about a mass shooting are also affected in some way.

Ryan may have been thinking about landing a deal, negotiating for a client, or going home to spend time with his wife. Then, he suddenly learns about the mass shooting and the priorities change.

What do you think about Ryan Serhant admitting that it is awkward and hard to talk about this kind of situation? Do you think this kind of event will have these agents stop and hug their loved ones a bit extra?