Üsküdar University NPİSTANBUL Brain Hospital Specialist Clinical Psychologist Aziz Görkem Çetin shared the factors that lead people to intolerance in traffic and his recommendations to reduce anger.
Stating that people with constant anger as a personality trait tend to use more risky vehicles, experts state that this may be a reflection of not being able to cope with life stress. Experts recommend taking a break from driving or listening to music, if possible, in case of anger in traffic.
Life stress is a major factor
Stating that the expression of anger is frequently encountered in traffic, Specialist Clinical Psychologist Aziz Görkem Çetin said, “Individuals whose constant anger is a personality trait may tend to be more angry while driving. This may also be a reflection of the inability to cope with the stress of life. When people understand their main needs, they can control themselves better.” said.
The feeling of fullness creates intolerance.
Specialist Clinical Psychologist Aziz Görkem Çetin said that when there is another situation that needs to be dealt with in daily life, the feeling of fullness cannot be tolerated, and therefore, in order to cope with stress, first of all, the situations should be separated from each other.
Music can be listened to to quell anger
Stating that people with high anger levels get angry more quickly in traffic, Specialist Clinical Psychologist Aziz Görkem Çetin said, “Research shows this. People with high anger levels may have a tendency to drive more risky than other drivers. In the case of anger, taking actions that will change the focus of attention will give better results, as the possibility of taking risks is more. When there is anger in the traffic, the driving can be interrupted or a music can be played. If these little tips do not help, getting support from an expert will be the right move.”
Günceleme: 22/02/2022 15:04