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Many parents and non-parents alike realize that children have fears. Some childhood fears are outgrown yet others linger, and that is for the most part easy and normal to cope with for the parent. What happens though, when one child has a fear of something the other child enjoys or wants to do? For instance, one child may have a fear of dogs and the other only uses a puppy as a birthday present. A treadmill child may love go-karts and roller coasters, however the other features a fear of rides, including Mall rides for sale. Ensuring family fun in the amusement center or entertainment park can be hard with opposite wants and needs. Below are five suggestions to help manage such an outing.


-Observe It is sometimes best to walk the child with the fear of the rides across the park and gauge the reaction to various rides and activities. It may be that the parent soon realizes there are particular types of rides that invoke fear. Maybe the one that spins a lot or perhaps it's the one that switches into a dark tunnel. Once we know of, avoid the type of rides to check out ones that both (or all) children may be involved in and enjoy.

-Start Small Sometimes, the simplest way to work through anxiety is to address it in slow, gentle, easy steps. For amusement center rides, it might be that you start with something slow and that remains on the floor is best. A train ride, or a slow loop from the go-kart track, as well as time in the moonwalk might help ease tensions and fears for further "grown-up" rides.

-Ride Along There are lots of kids rides which will also accommodate a grown-up. Offer to ride using the child and talk to them through the entire process. With fun being a parent, the enjoyment and thrill of rides is modeled in a healthy way. Also, if the child becomes too upset, the parent will be there to comfort and provide a hug once the ride is finished. Also, when there is a sibling, friend, or relative who is along with the outing, this can be a good time for those to ride together and for the child with fears to find out other kids laughing and enjoying rides.

-Talk it Over Perhaps one of the best tips would be to talk to the child who is nervous about rides prior to the trip to the park. Explain that there will be rides and how the park operates the rides in a safe manner. This can be a time to clarify that once over a ride, the little one must hold back until it is over before getting off, so to not try to be too brave or maintain others who aren't afraid.

-Find Alternatives Sometimes, the parents must take on that one child will ride many rides and yet another simply won't. This doesn't mean that trips towards the entertainment park are unthinkable, it just signifies that there will be certain activities not gone through by all. When the rides are occurring, search for other fun activities including mini golf, arcade games or perhaps the moonwalk to occupy the non kids ride rider after which sit back and bask in their enjoyment and fun.