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what's the meaning of this sentence? Mike Boccia,Ph.D,a cognitive therapist,has learned to use humor to quell his own anger when driving down the freeway. If someone cuts in front of him, rather than become angry, Dr. Boccia uses humor to put the situation in perspective.Dr.Boccia reported to me in an interview that he tells himself, “Look, that person must have gotten his driver’s license in a cereal box.” Dr. Boccia looks for ways to laugh at himself and the situation.By changing his thinking or his cognitive response in these situations, he can avert a negative emotional reaction. He finds driving much more pleasurable, and he doesn’t have to worry about being arrested for an incident of road rage. what's the meaning of this sentence? “Look, that person must have gotten his driver’s license in a cereal box.”
Feb 24, 2012 1:49 AM
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Its a joke, because cereal sometimes has toys in it. he is insulting the mans ability to drive by saying he got his licence out of a cereal box. :)
February 24, 2012
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