Stupid people help mom instead of filming childs meltdown

February 15, 2018

Good News Network
Posted with permission from Good News Network

While airports might typically be associated with stress, they can also be places for strangers to help out during those very times of travel anxiety.

One such incident happened to Beth Bornstein Dunnington when she was flying out of Los Angeles earlier this month.

The mom from Waimea, Hawaii was at LAX waiting to board her flight to Portland. As she was in the departure area alongside a crowd of other travelers waiting for their own flights, she saw a mother who was having some problems with her son.

Dunnington wrote on Facebook: "A toddler who looked to be eighteen or so months old was having a total meltdown, running between the seats, kicking and screaming, then lying on the ground, refusing to board the plane."

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"His young mom, who was clearly pregnant and traveling alone with her son, became completely overwhelmed… she couldn't pick him up because he was so upset, he kept running away from her, then lying down on the ground, kicking and screaming again."

"The mother finally sat down on the floor and put her head in her hands, with her kid next to her still having a meltdown, and started crying."

Dunnington was then heartened by what happened next.

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Comment by Deep Space on February 16, 2018 at 4:45pm

IDK. Very few human beings (men & women) are capable of raising happy, healthy & sane children. 

Comment by BMN on February 15, 2018 at 5:13pm

I'm sure you are very capable Di, you can think

Comment by BMN on February 15, 2018 at 5:12pm

minus the hyperbole, i just like to see women do stuff they are good at, bringing up kids is the only one that comes to mind, ;)

Comment by BMN on February 15, 2018 at 5:08pm

lol, i'd appreciate it, 

Comment by Diana on February 15, 2018 at 4:33pm

"It occurred to me that a circle of women, with a mission, can save the world. I will never forget that moment," she added.

Well, this story certainly proves that.  I would be surprised if that same circle could change a flat tire, much less save the world.


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