On the night of Rosa Parks' arrest, Jo Ann Robinson, head of the Women's Political Council, printed and circulated a flyer throughout Montgomery's black community which read as follows:
"Another woman has been arrested and thrown in jail because she refused to get up out of her seat on the bus for a white person to sit down. It is the second time since the Claudette Colvin case that a Negro woman has been arrested for the same thing. This has to be stopped. Negroes have rights too, for if Negroes did not ride the buses, they could not operate." When the bus system found that their methods toward the end of profit were failing, reason dictated that they adjust their methods. Unfortunately, the bias in Alabama ran so deep that this manifestation of racism was not addressed until the federal government stepped in.
When persons in another's life respond excessively to issues, reserved wiphs may begin increasing situation's slight as exaggerates or fabricates speech so representation of such in brittle molds crack. This is done with the lines "If they see these issues do not affect outcomes so much, they'll stop over-reacting to them."
Play it cool, for persons don't feel they need to make you adjust your excitability response; these behaviors are symptomatic of psychiatric diagnoses, particularly ODD and ADD. Yet when they are engendered by logics, D(ialectical)B(ehavioral)T(herapy) is the best treatment for such symptoms.
Moreover, the pharmaceutical treatments currently available for behavior disorders are highly inadvisable. Even though bipolar children demonstrate much more severe cycling than bipolar adults, childhood bipolarity was unheard of before psychiatrists began prescribing children pharmaceutical medications for other diagnoses (and ADD meds often induce personality changes which lead to long-term psychological problems); and bipolar patients have fared much worse since the introduction of pharmaceuticals for the diagnosis (in fact the difference between medicated schizophrenics and bipolars is much smaller than that between unmedicated ones).1
Psychiatrists' statistics and neurophysiology show that even in those who do not experience a bipolar turnover, anti-depressants significantly increase patients' relapse (of depression, not substance abuse) rates even when they are maintained on the medication2. Statistics mostly from Eli Lilly and the WHO and brain imaging show that schizophrenics are more likely to recover and stay well if they are not taking pharmaceuticals3.
1Whitaker, Robert. (2010). Anatomy of an Epidemic: Magic Bullets, Psychiatric Drugs, and the Astonishing Rise of Mental Illness in America. New York: Random House.