• Road rage can overcome even the best drivers. Here's how to keep your cool while driving

    1 month ago - By Bésame

    By Megan Marples | CNN
    Drivers swerve erratically while on their phones or dart dangerously around other cars. The blare of horns keeps you on edge as traffic backs up. It's enough to test anyone's patience.
    In some cases, these feelings may lead to road rage, aggressive driving that's caused from stress or anger behind the wheel.
    It often happens when drivers feel slighted, such as another car abruptly cutting them off, said Ryan Martin, psychology professor and associate dean for the College of Arts, Humanities, and Social Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay.
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