Road Rage and Other Anger Issues

Considering how congested DC metro traffic has become, it’s no surprise that we all get a little angry on the roads.  But that’s a far cry the growing incidents of road rage we’ve seen.  Some of them violent.  But quick tempers and extreme anger don’t just happen behind the wheel of a car.  We’ve seen in our homes, on the job and in social settings.  Why does this happen and what can people do to manage extreme anger?

Guests:

Dr. Nicole Cutts, Licensed Clinical Psychologist

John Townsend, Manager, Public and Government Affairs, AAA Mid-Atlantic

 

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