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Travel Anxiety

A Day in The Life of a Traveler Struggling with Anxiety

Jaimee Nicole | Posted 05.03.2016 | Travel
Jaimee Nicole

We have to get to the station, but the girls are too nervous to take a cab. I've been nervous all day and doing things I didn't want to do (or rather, not doing things I really wanted to do...), but I agree and hop on.

The One Travel Resolution You Need to Make

Lea Lane | Posted 01.02.2016 | Travel
Lea Lane

This year I've made only one travel resolution. And I do think that it's the most important one of all: Keep traveling. So I'm resolving to keep on traveling in 2016 and beyond, and I hope you do as well, for your own well-being and for the well-being of us all.

Travel Fears

Sally Black | Posted 08.27.2015 | Travel
Sally Black

The good news is that so many of these fears and worries can be lessened, if not eliminated with a little proper planning.

How I Learned to Relax and Enjoy the Ride

Kyle McMahon | Posted 11.30.2013 | Healthy Living
Kyle McMahon

My worst fear about that situation had come and gone without a hitch. I had built all of that fear and anxiety up for nothing. I had told myself that disaster was just a squeaky wheel away and completely missed the opportunity to relax and enjoy the ride as Andrew had.

I'm Afraid To Fly, Unless It's First Class

Jennifer Evans Gardner | Posted 03.10.2012 | Travel
Jennifer Evans Gardner

Today, sadly, air travel has become an awful, dignity-sucking ordeal as we are forced to stand in long lines without shoes on, subjected to pat downs and body scans. This all for the privilege of being crammed like sardines into a tin can where we might sit on the tarmac for hours, with nary a pretzel or cup of tap water in sight.

Holiday Travel Anxiety?

The Huffington Post | Posted 05.25.2011 | Books

Travel anxiety: it ranges from being uptight about missing the plane, to being terrified of flying, from being annoyed by security checks to abhorring...

Why Do I Scare Myself Silly Before I Travel?

Alison Stein Wellner | Posted 11.17.2011 | Healthy Living
Alison Stein Wellner

I start off by reading the crime statistics of the place I'm to travel to, but then I progress to general crime. For scare-yourself-silly game inspiration, you can't beat the State Department's Bureau of Consular affairs.