If our chaotic professional life doesn't undo us, then it's the technology which doesn't operate. And, we all have to worry about getting older. After all, the world doesn't treat "old" well.
So, maybe the institutions of society, including law enforcement, should give us a couple of free passes to come undone in public. It seems famous singer, Susan Boyle, could use two of them.
According to the New York Post, at Heathrow Airport, she had her second public display of unruly behavior. Once we are beyond the toddler stage, that can be labeled with myriad scary legal terms. Those range for "disturbing the peace" to "disorderly behavior."
My recommendation is that those free passes can come in the form of being allocated 60 minutes a month in scream rooms. Public places can be equipped with scream rooms in which we can get centered by screaming screaming screaming.
Had Boyle access to conveniently located scream rooms she might have let her emotions rips and then calmly gone on with her life.
In my worst of times, former members of the Seton Hill, Greensburg, Pennsylvania, Class of 1967, seemed to shower me with unsolicited advice on Facebook and more.
Those alleged misreants included Kathleen Huebner and Irene Nunn. Had I a scream room, all that would have been managed in about 1.5 minutes. Perhaps Donald Trump can make America great again by mandating municipalities install one scream room for every 100,000 people.