Driving Anxiety: Teaching Someone to Drive

by Kay Marcotte September 1, 2012

You may know what it's like to be afraid of driving over a bridge or on the highway. Even people with a mild amount of driving anxiety may feel uncomfortable in these types of situations. For some people, though, driving anxiety decides to rear its ugly head when they start teaching someone else to drive.
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Recognizing Multiple Sources of Driving Fear — Part 2

by Kay Marcotte August 25, 2012

What can lead to driving phobia? Does it just happen on its own, or does there have to be a specific cause? A group of researchers reviews a variety of causes of driving phobia. If you would like to know what kinds of conditions can lead to driving phobia, come learn more here.
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Recognizing Multiple Sources of Driving Fear — Part 1

by Kay Marcotte August 24, 2012

Driving phobia and its causes are still being explored by researchers. Logically, it would seem that a bad car crash would be to blame for someone developing a fear of driving. Surprisingly, though, there may be other factors which can lead to driving phobia. Read what a scholarly review shows about driving fear and its development.
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Cars Designed to Detect Anxiety in Drivers?

by Kay Marcotte August 22, 2012

If you have driving anxiety or driving phobia, you may feel yourself start to panic while behind the wheel. Sweating, heavy breathing, and an increased heart rate are all physical manifestations of anxiety you may experience. Ford has decided to address the problem of driver anxiety with an innovative smart car.
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Basic Strategies for Dealing with Driving Fear

by Kay Marcotte August 19, 2012

Driving anxiety and fear can hinder you from living a free and independent life. It's difficult to function in today's society if you don't have the ability to get behind the wheel. Limited mobility is a problem faced by many people, but able-bodied adults who are too afraid to drive tend to feel guilty about it. Learn how you can motivate yourself to get better.
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Anxiety Mounts in the Wake of Recent Tragedies

by Kay Marcotte August 18, 2012

People around the country were shocked and horrified by the unexpected attack during a showing of The Dark Knight Rises. The subsequent unprovoked shooting at a religious building has only increased worry and anxiety in the general population. If you're having trouble dealing with your fear and grief, come read about ways you can cope.
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