Pwolf wrote: More so if I've never experienced someone's driving before. Usually I'll close my eyes and just try to relax myself. It's just another thing I need to eventually just accept I have no control over because, sometimes, I just don't feel like driving (or I can't).
So what you're saying is that you thought I was probably gonna kill you a month ago at Tahoe? >__>
I've never really had the issue, actually what often annoys me is the opposite. Sometimes people I drive with seem to get overly-concerned about my driving (I mostly mean my parents actually, haha). I'm like "chill guys, I got this! I'm a good driver! Seriously!" Maybe it's because I've been a passenger most of my life, but the lack of control never bothered me. I did go through a stage back in the mid-2000s when I felt like I knew too much about airplanes, and flying on one bothered me because I was always restlessly trying to figure out what was going on with the plane. I'd be really anxious because I'd be paying attention to every small sound and every little turn the thing made. Later though, I learned even more about airplanes, and that awareness just became automatic and the anxiety went away.