You may be like me in that you have a tough time controlling your temper.
None of that ‘count to ten’ crap works for you, either, does it?
Yeah, that’s what I figured.
The problem may be that your frontal lobes might be compromised, if not destroyed to some extent. Worse, the more you try to explain the situation, the more you are dismissed-which is why I have no sympathy for who don’t hit the dirt or find a place to hide when someone’s breaking point has been cracked and they exercise their Second Amendment rights in Las Vegas.
According to Sanford University, the prefrontal cortex is associated with higher attention, cognition, following society’s rules, and controlling one’s impulses (source: Stanford, Zero to Three, January 2009).
I know how I get when things don’t work after I follow the written instructions-get out, and get out now.
t has gotten worse over the distance of time, due to the number of pallets which hit me in the head when I worked at Walmart. I can feel it, but I can’t stop it. I scream obscenities, punch walls, and floor the pedal on the car. And when I’m accused of having a bad attitude, that’s when you’re playing with matches, as all I am is the spilt Unleaded 93 because there’s a line of gas that leads straight to the pump.
Talk about your Terrible Herbst!
With all the discussion about the traumatic brain injuries suffered by idiots who paid no attention to the road en route to Fallujah or Tikrit, it seems that Americans should express at least some benefit of the doubt toward those of us who didn’t engage in murder via the United States government during the Iraq War. We all know they’re going to get that benefit of the doubt when one of them stands on trial for murder, but what about the rest of us who suffer from the same condition through no fault of our own?
Rehabilitation is the answer, not incarceration. If this society is going to allow rapists in American military uniforms to walk free because they drove over a bomb, Americans who got traumatic brain injury by illness or accident should be afforded the same courtesy.