Why is Road Rage Suddenly All the Rage?
By Diane Tait Image courtesy flickr Face it, we live in trying times. If the stresses of everyday life in this wired world weren’t enough, now we have to add the devastating effects of the Coronavirus to the mix. It should come as no surprise that everybody is on edge these days. Loss of income, no place to go to bleed off some steam and even grocery shortages are beginning to take their toll. I read a newsfeed the other day where two shoppers got in a knock down drag out over the last 4-pack of toilet paper in a grocery store. When you can’t go to the movies, the beach or a restaurant it amps up people’s anxieties, sometimes to the breaking point. Since we can’t count on when this crisis will end, you can count on more cases of road rage making the news in the not too distant future.