You are not only driving me to distraction
but also ruining yourself with this eternal solicitude for your reputation.
Either of them are enough to drive any man to distraction
," answered the old man.
Others more prone to distraction
include those who drive often, and those with neurotic and extroverted personalities.
If he has the basics well under control, then it's time to move on to distraction
Driven to Distraction
at Work: How to Focus and Be More Productive by Edward M.
MORE than 90% of parents admit they are driven to distraction
by their children and could be at risk while driving.
The authors compared acceptance to distraction
, when both interventions involved a short protocol with examples, a metaphor, and an exercise aimed at coping with the experimentally induced pain.
On his first flight in this aircraft type, the pilot learned handheld digital navigation tools can contribute to distraction
after he flew into Class D airspace.
But distraction is not all bad, and Wieth and Zacks have demonstrated that we can use our increased susceptibility to distraction
at off-peak times to our advantage.
Lafeber's group, but patients were randomized to distraction
alone or to distraction
plus continuous passive joint motion.
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Highbury Little Theatre, Age Concern, the National Grid and the police have joined forces to promote the educational play Driven to Distraction
As the attention paid to distraction
is heightened, one is reminded of the observation attributed to Mark Twain, that everybody talks about the weather but nobody does anything about it.
The author's message is clear: "Self-reflection [is] the antidote to distraction
for adolescents as well as adults" (p.
Drivers are not a homogeneous population, and one of the most important differences as it relates to distraction