Studies show that long commutes can have negative effects on your mental health, well-being, and personal relationships. A study published last year found that extreme traffic increased the incidence of domestic violence by 9 percent. We talk to a psychotherapist, and hear how listeners cope with traffic.
How traffic affects your mental health and relationships
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