Moreover, let us not forget the new generation of drivers – the “multitasker.” As if it is not enough to pay attention on the road, have a good coordination of hands and feet, and watch the car’s speed, one can often find people doing all that plus texting, which can result in the car zigzagging, careless driving, and often accidents. Despite being a good driver, the roads are a warzone, and not everybody plays under the same rules. A very common fo... ... middle of paper ... ... us found most likely an elder, a stressed driver, or a teenager who is possibly learning how to drive. In the end, the roads are a very dangerous place, and no driver should take for granted their safety. There are many kinds of drivers than can behave irritatingly, intimidatingly, formally, or clumsily.
Road rage affects every driver, whether you're involved directly or indirectly. Instead of getting angry because of things that are beyond the other drivers control, for example, their age, their driving ability, or the lack of general traffic knowledge. Patience is the key toward control. First, we need to control our own emotions at the wheel. Second, practice better driving habits ourselves.
Road construction has increased the daily stress of driving. Rude and inconsiderate drivers don't think before they act. Another cause of the increase in road rage is the incompetence of drivers. Finally those who speed excessively create a dangerous environment to drive in. The daily stress of driving in traffic has increased due to more road construction projects.
Victor didn't comply with the monsters only request. So in order to get victors attention the monster mad his life miserable. He was killing victors loved ones daily and there was nothing victor could do about it. This wasn't the monsters intentions, but he couldn't live in the world where everybody was scared of him. He didn't want to give out a mean or destructive image but he just didn't know any better.
Some of these things that take Victor’s mind off all of his sorrows include taking drugs or wasting time in nature away from society. Victor does these things because of his past actions-or future actions-and the guilt he feels for them that he wants to escape. Responsibility is not one of his strong points and since his personality and actions are so influenced by his Id, he wanted no part in feeling the guilt that his Superego brings to him. As Victor’s guilt grew with each action his monster did, his sustainability and calmness constantly grew worse. His “agitation and anguish were extreme during the whole trial”(Shelley 69) of Justine’s because his guilt from his Superego increased with the death of his brother William.
The monsters physical suffering was due to the abuse inflicted upon him by society’s fear of him. Both also suffered emotionally; they were both alone, Victor due to his secret that caused isolation and his inability to admit and disclose what he had done. The monster suffered emotionally because of his creator’s rejection and society’s inability to get past his grotesque looks and accept him for who he was.
He had a hard time developing close relationships with other people, causing him to lack common empathy and making it easier for him to blindly rampage in a murderous spree. Seeing so much violence as a child, he lost a value for human life. This simple fact is a direct outcome of his upbringing which ultimately led to his decision to slaughter the Clutter family on that fateful night in Kansas. As an opposite viewpoint, nature would correspond to a psychological disorder or mental illness. In some cases, nature can be the driving force behind a person’s lack of control over their actions.
Many of the soldiers who were drafted into the war did not have a choice in the matter and did not want to go. During training camp, the privates were often mistreated and suffered physical and mental punishments. American soldiers committed war crimes repeatedly without any second thought. Because of the brutality that occurred during the Vietnam War, many soldiers suffered from Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, which frequently led to suicide and depression. The goal was to win the war, but those who were forced to kill without conscience cannot close their mind to the anguish they placed upon themselves and so many people.
Upon first glance, the disheveled, disappointed, and depressed Kurt Cobain doesn't seem to fit the profile of a martyr, but appearances can be deceiving. Cobain is often called the martyr for Generation X. He is the voice of the underdogs, the misfits, the misunderstood, and anyone else who has been outcast by popular society. Growing up, he struggled to fit in. After his parents divorced when he was seven, his behavior became uncontrollable and his mother sent him to live with relatives.
These characters go through hard times because many times they were misconceived as bad people by their appearance or what people said about them. In this book Harper Lee describes Maycomb County as a place where people fear the unknown. This town is so small that everyone knows each other and all their secrets, except for one person, Boo Radley. Lee portrays Boo Radley as a crazy and dangerous man, but they are all rumors and nobody knows who he really is. That is what makes him so scary.