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5 Ways To Handle Reverse Culture Shock

5 Ways To Handle Reverse Culture Shock

Reverse culture shock is similar to normal culture shock in that it is a psychological process of acclimating to your surroundings. You’ve done it once, when visiting a new culture, and now you have to re-acclimate to your home. While it isn’t “new” necessarily, it is still a disconcerting reality that can fill you with new realizations, often about yourself and your own culture.

Surprises as a daily routine in Jalova.

After three months in Jalova, it starts feeling like home. You’ve adopted some ‘jungle routines’ and become less suspecting when capuchins drops fruits on the roofing of the dining room. More often than not however, the next day will have surprises lurking around the...

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