Road Rage: I Am Saying What You Are Thinking
Most of us are generally nice people until we have to drive somewhere. We wouldn't glare at fellow patrons in a grocery store or a clothing store. We also normally wouldn't try to cut someone off who is standing in line to pay for their merchandise. We know who we are when we are walking around or interacting with other co-workers, but we turn into a different person when we get behind the wheel. More
Most of us turn into someone we would not want to know when we drive in our vehicles. We allow other drivers to control us - instead of keeping a calm composure, we give in to rage when we encounter annoying, aggressive, selfish, inconsiderate, and stupid drivers. We may not want to admit it, but we can also cause a lot of the rage in our other fellow drivers. We are self-centered drivers. We are normally really nice people, but something happens to us when we have to drive somewhere. It seems like we become all about Number One and we drive without any concern or care for the other humans driving on the road with us. I felt compelled to write about the issues facing us all as we venture out in our vehicles to battle through the throng of drivers all around us.
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