In Thailand, asking “Gin kao rue yang” or “Have you eaten your rice?” is the equivalent of “how are you?”. Rice is part of our culture, a part of our language and a significant part of our GDP! Even if dinner is a noodles or a western dish, we still say “eat rice” as in eating a meal.
Has anyone been rude to you today yet? Well, it’s likely that before the week is out, we will encounter a rude person one way or another. Should we turn the other cheek, ignore, and just let our frustrations with this person fester? Read on, it may be toxic if you do. For starters, rude behaviour and rude speech have negative effects on our emotional health. Rude behaviour begets rudeness one way or another. The act of being rude or being on the receiving end of rudeness can damage our emotional health and