Mental Disorders In Vietnam: A Case Study

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Thanks for the reply. I knew the LNA felt bad at first when the resident used the "N" word, and I talked and explained to her about the different factors involved with such behavior. The LNA was very understanding and forgiving because of the resident 's mental condition. It did not affect her performance at all. Yes, I agree that it could be the disease process that was responsible for such outbursts, or it could be their past experiences and that they are re-living it. There were incidents at work that I triggered the PTSD of my veteran residents, especially those who fought the Vietnam war. There was one time that one of my residents called me the Asian "b***", started screaming and cursing. I didn 't consider it as racism because he
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