antsiness


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antsiness

(ˈæntsɪnɪs)
n
the quality of being antsy
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As both sides bicker and dicker, the company's customers are watching with increasing antsiness, knowing the clock is ticking down towards the start of peak season when reliable air operations will be critical to meeting delivery commitments.
My suggestion: when you feel antsy, just, note the antsiness and return to your practice--be it paying attention to the breath, the body, or whatever form it takes.
In her case, those signs included problems with decision-making; difficulty measuring time and money; and mood swings - including uncharacteristic lethargy, "antsiness" and bouts of rage.