• Quote of the Day
    "In the end, only three things matter: how much you loved, how gently you lived,
    and how gracefully you let go of things not meant for you."
    The Buddha, posted by David Baxter

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Welcome to Driving Rage Free. We offer the only programme in the Greater Toronto Area that addresses Road Rage, an increasing threat to public safety.
http://drivingragefree.com/index.html

Answer the questions below to determine if you or someone you love is prone to Road Rage. Two or more “yes” responses suggest intervention would be beneficial.

  • I often comment (to myself or passengers) about the bad driving of others.
    I have tailgated or repeatedly flashed my lights to get a slow car to move over.
    I frequently look at the time while driving.
    I frequently change lanes to be in the one that seems to be moving fastest.
    I have closed a gap so someone cannot cut in front of me.
    I have been charged with dangerous or careless driving. [/list:u]
    Perhaps the greatest benefit to the “road rager” of addressing this harmful pattern of thinking and behaving is being able to enjoy driving again -- even in the GTA!
 

David Baxter

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Thanks, HeartArt. Bookmarked to add the resource to the main PsychLinks website.
 

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