Negative Filipino Values?

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The negative values of the Filipinos include the 'bahala na ' mentality, 'hiya', and 'utang na loob'. bahala na tends to give an outcome of lack of foresight. Hiya(shame) on instances of occasions will tend to borrow money to spend on food at the expense of the family budget, and utang na loob (debt of gratitude) wherein Filipinos find it difficult to say 'no' to a request to avoid conflict.
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