Shovels, Handcuffs, and Snow Rage
You thought you were sick of the cold weather? A man smacked a neighbor in the head with a shovel after he pushed snow into his driveway in Massachusetts. Another man put a gun to the head of a snow plow driver threatening him to remove the snow immediately from his driveway. On Long Island, NY, a driver was threatened with a shot gun to remove excess snow. Cabin fever turned into violence after many across the nation where hit by multiple wintery blasts this season. Shootings and violence has escalated as the experts called this phenomenon “snow rage,” or another lame excuse for people already with anger issues to justify poor decision making. You be the judge. The symptoms of cabin fever include irritability, anger, restlessness, and unhappiness. Cabin fever is not a diagnosable condition, but seasonal affective disorder is. If you don’t want to become a statistic of snow rage, or deal with the cooped up feeling from being indoors, read on how to survive cabin fever or avoid jail time from assault.