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cedar point f/14


Question Posted Saturday June 10 2006, 5:06 pm

we're going to cedar point on monday and i really really really WANT to go on a rollcercoaster but i'm SOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO Scared!! all my friends are trying to help me but i dont know if i can do it. Last time, i almost broke out in hives and fainted cuz i was so scraed. what is some advice from former scared-people or anybody? Know anything i can repewat to amkeme more confident.. I've been tryign to go on one all my life. HELP

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vintagevinyl answered Tuesday June 13 2006, 12:37 pm:
As other people have said, if you are really nervous, start out on smaller rollar coasters and work your way up to the larger ones. Normally the things you are most scared of, are most worth it. At Busch Gardens I was scared to death of Sheikra and almost didn't go on it, but I did and I don't regret it at all. In fact, it wasn't even the worst rollar coaster I've ever been on.

you might go on and have the best experience of your life or you might go on and have the worst. You don't know until you try.

(I suggest you dont go on a wooden rollar coaster though, they tend to give you whiplash)

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x0brittany0x answered Sunday June 11 2006, 9:01 am:
Start out small and work onto bigger ones. Go on one of the smaller ones until your not scared anymore and then tackle the bigger ones. I went to hershey like 2 months ago and I was scared at first but I used this strategy. Just remember its more fun then scary. =]
<3 brittany

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XoXmAnDyXoX answered Saturday June 10 2006, 10:44 pm:
Dont worry i hate rolercosters too!
I tend to get a litle nousious so i take a gravol for upset stomachs... or if its just the rides that freak you out dont think about it and sing a song while your on and waiting in line for the ride... thats what i do... but never close your eyes it only makes things wotse...i learned that the hard way...hehe

hope this helps!!!
Have fun!! ;)

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ASKxKATiEx3 answered Saturday June 10 2006, 10:43 pm:
this is the best piece of advice i can give ya. CLOSE. YOUR. EYES. haha trust me though. it works. hope i helped! &hearts; katie

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KELLY_ELIZABETH answered Saturday June 10 2006, 8:09 pm:
on most rollarcoasters at cedar point, they take pictures. just imagine the fun your gonan have looking at the pictures after the rides of all of your faces. believe me, its pretty funny. and imagine how much better you'll feel after you go. you'll be able to say "yea, i went on the raptor at cedar point" not "i couldnt go on the raptor i was too scared". thats kinda embarressing, dont ya think. also, just when your in line, keep talking dont keep looking at the ride in motion. some people just keep staring and get so scared. but the others, it gets them more excited and ready to ride. we want to make you go from the first one to the other. just hold on and scream your heart out. it will be more fun, you will enjoy it more, the rush will make you go crazy (and it will turn out as a better picture :P). you can always start smaller. or you can go on a huge one. like the magnum. [ millenium is down for 2 months, and i really dont think youll be going on dragster (heh, i went may 31st) ] then you can be like well since i went on the magnum, i can do this. either way you take it, have an amazing time. cedar point is the best =)

hope this helps!! :] &hearts;

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xxsima answered Saturday June 10 2006, 7:35 pm:
I got over my fear of roller coasters after my aunt and uncle kept pressuring me to go on The Hulk at Islands of Adventure in Orlando Florida. You should probably start out with smaller coasters, and then work your way up. When you're going down, close your eyes and grip the handle bar [if there is one].

Good luck!

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