Anyone who has flown, knows how anxiety can tend to kick in. You don't want to miss your flight, you are surrounded by a bunch of different people rushing and pushing in different directions, and the employees are a bit sharp because they're irritated with the many people that have been sharp with them. Even if you haven't been in a busy airport, you've been in a situation that has caused your blood pressure to rise or boil. In the midst of it all, try to keep your composure, keep your emotions in check, and don't add to the chaos. It will somehow be beneficial in the long run. You never know who is watching and who your calm demeanor may also help. It's normal to be abbot flustered at times, but don't allow it to take you out of character. We always talk about wanting or needing change in the world... it starts with us... even if it is something as simple as responding differently than those around you at the moment. 


editorClarissa Cutts