Right then - back at my computer for Why I Didn't Conquer My Fear of Roller Coasters Vol. 3450.
The long and short of it is - the first day I felt a bit under the weather for most of the day. My dad was basically begging me to go on Rita last time, and there was no queue so I told him to go on his own if he so desperately liked to go on it. He did (despite later admitting he was bricking it and was only mocking me for trying to persuade my sister on Wicker Man haha), and told me all about it which reassured me. I came back later ready to go on it, and noticed the RAP queue leads to the back seat which put me off (I usually hate going on coasters on the most intense rows first time). Overnight and during the half hour journey to the park I was preparing to go on Rita, followed by either Nemesis or Oblivion, then followed by the other. I was fairly up for it, but sat in the test seat for Rita and found it incredibly uncomfortable at first which also put me off. We went about the day how we normally would doing all the rides we normally would, however one station was broke on Galactica meaning it took forever. By about 3:30pm we were exhausted from the two consecutive days on park, I was in a bit of a bad mood all day for no real reason, everyone was getting a bit sick of each other and so we just decided to call it a day after one more ride on Wicker Man.
Another thing is - I give myself a big prep talk and get prepared for whatever ride I may be "going on", but then when I get near the ride I get pretty much frozen with fear. It's happened with Colossus, Smiler (both of which we were outside for an hour or so), Galactica, Oblivion, Swarm, even Vampire, and now Rita. The only ride I've ever walked up to and just got on (that I've been scared of) is pretty much Wicker Man. I still don't know what I can do about this. Maybe I just need to find a ride that's way less intimidating to look at.