The Vietnamese are notorious for their lack of self-awareness, as this is often a major reason for their stress. This article explains why this is the case.
In Vietnam, people use the term “duong” to refer to “a person suffering from stress.” This isn’t a medical term, but it is commonly used to refer to a person who is stressed or in a bad mood about something, or that is on a bad trip. This is a bad term, because it implies that the person is mentally ill, and not just that they have a mental illness.
In the original language of Vietnamese, duong literally means “I am in a bad mood.” So what this means is that a person is in a bad mood and is not aware of it. The term duong is often used as a derogatory term for people who are in a bad mood. It is quite common for Vietnamese to call out other Vietnamese on bad behavior and as a result, many get into trouble.
Duong is a loaded term, because it can also mean a bad mood, or even as a derogatory term. But it is also often used as a compliment. A Vietnamese man might say to a woman, “You look great today. Duong”, while a woman might say, “Thank you, you look nice”. But in terms of the actual situation, duong literally means I am in a bad mood.
Stress is a psychological response to external and internal stimuli. It is a natural human reaction to deal with the external stimuli in a variety of ways. Whether it’s a problem at work, a bad breakup, dealing with a disease, being in a bad mood, or being in a bad relationship, stress can cause many mental health issues.
The reason stress causes mental health issues is because it creates a negative thought pattern. Most people will think, “I should be doing this instead,” or, “I should be doing this instead.” When you think negatively, you are more likely to think this way about the things you do, and the stress of the situation will create a negative thought pattern that further decreases your functioning.
Stress is defined as any situation that causes someone to feel anxious or worried. Being in a bad mood is more of a state of mind, but stress can cause many physical effects. The most common physical effects include headache, nausea, difficulty concentrating, and increased heart rate. So when you think negatively, you’re more likely to think of different things that cause you distress.
So this is the first time I have ever seen someone use the word “stress” in relation to Vietnam. I mean, it just means “being stressed” or “being in a bad mood”. I thought it was a little strange, but I guess my limited knowledge of the culture is already limiting me.
I think the most interesting thing about Vietnam is that it is a very complicated culture. People from different cultures learn to see things from different lenses, and the cultures are so interwoven, you don’t really realize that this is a country. So I think the most important thing to realize is that the Vietnamese have a very strong sense of humor, which is often seen to be a way of coping with the stress of living in a huge country.
I’m not sure I really see this as a joke, but I think it is one of the most important ways to cope with stress. This is important because I think the way we deal with stress is largely dependent on our own culture. I know I sometimes don’t see things in a good light when it comes to living in the U.S.