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calming the situation down by shifting or changing your position you just keep on fighting. Pacing for some is a way of life, take that away from them and there is no telling what will happen. Stop and ask for directions: You have been in the car for close to half an hour, he thinks its there, she thinks its further down. You would think that most car drives are known by the driver, streets all mapped out. Surprisingly though that’s not the case, and the more lost you get the more the side comments of "I know better" and "just stop and ask" start coming out. Why did you park here: You're going to the mall, and it's crowded, or is it? Will you find a spot next to the door or won't you? Should you just play it safe and take this spot out here in the middle of no where, I mean other people parked here too, or should you risk and try to find one closer. I like to be as close to the doors as possible but maybe the other half is quite happy to take a space anywhere in the car park This can result in the ‘Why did you park this far away?’ discussion which is extremely frustrating! And then there are the kids: "I'm sitting in back!" "No I am" "I don't want to go around to that side" and so on. Once inside the car, the fighting gets worse. "He touched me!" "Stop singing" "She's making that scratching noise!" Of course, a real concern is the possibility that arguments can lead to people being distracted when driving – which could well lead to accidents. Stay calm, stay focused and look at directions before you set off! Try making graphic, brutal threats -- in your head. Count to 10 and change the radio station. Just might help you escape to your happy place, and keep the seats in your car trauma free!

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