You're running late getting to the next job and the road is closed for roadworks. You've been cut off. There's some fool sitting in the right hand lane and won't move, even though they're aware you want to get past. You can feel the rage building in you like a pressure cooker and you have no idea how to stop it. Not fun, is it?

Road rage is unfortunately very common. When a driver gets upset or loses their temper we call it road rage. Estimates are that over half the driving population has experienced some sort of road rage in their lives. It causes multitudes of accidents every year because of the aggressive driving and is also a leading cause of injury and death for young children.

Barry Markell PhD says that one of the main causes are the crowded roads. "Rats are usually OK until there's one rat too many in an enclosed space and then they all turn on each other. There are far more people on the road than ever before. Crowding causes aggression."

There are two types of road ragers. The first is the driver who has always driven aggressively and this behaviour is now habitual. The second is called situational road rage - this is the driver who has perhaps just broken up with his/her partner and is driving aggressively.

One of the issues with people experiencing road rage is that they don't see the other driver as a person. They only see them as a thing. Road ragers don't see that these are people who have families and are perhaps just having a bad day.

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Many times road ragers have partners or friends who are terrified by the driver's aggression. They are unaware that there are many healthy and easy ways of releasing this very scary, pent up anger.

The price of rage road rage can be very high. Rather than continue risking killing an innocent person, getting a ticket, damaging your vehicle or terrifying your passenger, come in and I'll show you how to let go of all that anger. 

I have successfully conducted many sessions via Skype so regardless of where you are in the world I can help you. All you need is an iPad, laptop or PC, a good internet connection, a Skype account (it’s free) and some privacy. Skype can be downloaded for a PC or Mac by clicking on the Skype logo immediately below or, if you have an iPad, going to iTunes and downloading the app. Sessions can also be conducted via FaceTime or Messenger.

If you would like to finally feel in control, calm and peaceful in your thoughts, please either email or call me on 0409 254 500 and we can arrange for you to come in for a free no obligation consultation or a chat via Skype. We can discuss your options and you will be able to get clear answers on any questions you may have. There is no obligation on either your part or mine!

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