fear of flying

Christine Blasey Ford can have a fear of flying and still get on a plane.
So check in now and then with the things and people you love. Give them a seat in first class. Forget your hate baggage, it's too expensive to fly with anyway.
Erica Jong was interviewed by Pejk Malinovski during the Louisiana Literature festival in August 2016 in Copenhagen, Denmark
It isn't always easy, I admit. Sometimes you have to work hard at putting anxiety in its place. I have to tell it repeatedly that I am boss. I do not want it to claim any more of my life.
That's why anxiety is a game of whack-a-mole: if you whack down one mole (thought) without addressing it from the root, another will quickly appear in its place.
Keep these suggestions in mind the next time you travel.
At a little Buddhist temple near Tokyo's Asakusa district, the priests take the concept of 'god is my co-pilot' to a whole other level.
NERVOUS FLYER TIP #3 Foods and Drinks to Avoid. Avoid stimulants such as coffee and sugary beverages. This includes alcohol
Fasten your seat-belts, make sure your seat-back is in the upright position and your table is stowed: I promise you a bumpy ride!
TripIt, a popular app designed to help you organize your travels, just did a quality job of producing a series of four-minute
Erica Jong is one of the writers who helped define a generation. Forty years ago her book, Fear of Flying, became an iconic classic that pierced the consciousness of all.
Drop like a rock 3500 feet out of the sky on a twin prop cloud-hopper flight out of Aspen and suddenly you get what's important in life and stuff. It's not like the finality of a total plane crash or anything, but hell, maybe it's worse. Crash, it's over.
I'm afraid of a lot of things: spiders, rabies, eye contact -- but I once went an entire decade without setting foot on a plane, and that fear practically sucked the air out of my life. Then, last year, I got on a plane and haven't looked back since.
"Don't worry, nothing bad is going to happen. We are safe." "How do you know that?" she asked. "If you were to move out of
Do you suffer from aerophobia....in other words the fear of flying? It's quite common, despite the stats showing that flying is much safer than car or train travel.