I heard a radio psychiatrist say that frustrations from traffic are really manifestations with one's frustrations with not getting ahead fast enough in life. I decided to used this to help flesh out Will's character.
On p. 149, Henry is riding with Will:
I must have been sighing loudly because Henry leaned forward.
"What's the matter," he asked me.
"This traffic. I just want to go faster than it's letting me."
He nodded and leaned back. "Just bear with it, and you'll get there," he said.
Ever feel frustrated stuck in traffic? Maybe it's just your overall frustration with how your life is going.
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