A vacation can be a great way for families to bond, but it helps to get off on the right foot. If you or someone else in your family suffers from flight anxiety related to air travel, it can put a strain on your trip before it even gets started. If you’re visibly nervous during a flight, it can affect your kids’ attitudes, as well. Younger children may say they’re too scared to even get on a plane. That’s why it’s important to learn how to manage their (and your) nervousness about flying.
Going on vacation takes a completely different meaning when you have a baby. Simply lounging at the beach or finding spontaneous adventurous may no longer be as easy. All the same, getting away with the family is an amazing way to reset and experience new thrills, and you’ll probably be glad you’re traveling (even if it’s after the fact).