We push to kids that bullying is bad and not acceptable but, are we as adults guilty of it?

I am totally anti-bullying.  I was bullied as a kid by an older brother and even my father at times.  Add in being bullied at school and it was a tough part of my child hood.  I have become an advocate about how not to bully.

As adults, we may be more guilty that we realize.

If you are aggressively following someone in the car or tailgating, you are probably a bully.

Now, I realize that it's not a bully in the bad sense but hear me out.

When bullied as a kid, you are made to feel like less of a person, like you can't do certain things.  It makes your heart pound and you sometimes overreact.

The same can be said if "bullied" in the car.

I'm not saying that's the reason for it or the intention but isn't it worth thinking about?  Be more patient, less aggressive and in a little less hurry and we all can win.

Just my 2 cents.