But anxiety is something that is very common. Just about everyday you'll see kids crying before a ride because they are scared. I've seen bawling children on rides ranging from Ghost Galaxy to Snow White. It's not something I'm super proud of, but I used to cry when Monstro would "eat" us on Storybook Land. There are also plenty of teens and adults that behave very anxiously before thrill rides. I don't think it would be realistic to ask Disney to make sure everyone is completely reassured before beginning a ride. In the Disney handbook SAFETY comes before COURTESY, SHOW, and EFFICIENCY.
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