Dealing With Reverse Culture Shock

You’re in a country where everything feels different. The food isn’t what you’re used to; the people don’t make sense. It’s sensory overload and you’re bewildered by all the things around you — the language, the music, the faces, the smells. Everyone is moving at lightning speed, and you’re still staring at the food in the grocery store, confused about what to buy.

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