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Soar: The Breakthrough Treatment For Fear Of Flying Paperback – October 1, 2013
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I only kept the stressful flight in mind, so I ended up not flying for a year. My fear really came to a head this summer, when I needed to make a short flight for a music festival I was attending with my friends. I booked the flight nearly 2 weeks beforehand, and I started having immediate anxiety the day I booked. Through the 2 weeks my anxiety kept getting worse and worse, I felt exhausted all the time plus I lost a few pounds. Eventually the night before the flight I realized I couldn't do it and I canceled it the next morning. I ended up doing an 8 hour drive to the festival.
I felt really inadequate after that and I realized that I needed to do something to get over this. I looked at a couple of options, such as therapy and taking a class. But crossed those off as being too expensive and unlikely to work. So I went online and found this book. I read it and practiced the exercises for a month and a half. Before booking another short flight to test my skills. Right before the flight I felt incredibly anxious, but asked to speak to the pilot before hand. It really helped and I was able to get through the flight there and felt even better on the way back. (Btw I took the flight with my Dad, I would strongly recommend taking the flight with someone who you trust)
I took another test flight that was 2 hours long, a few weeks after that again with my Dad. Then the final test came.
I took a SF to Boston flight for work, and went through with flying colors. On the way back there was 2 hours of turbulence, but I held it together the whole time! Now I feel a lot more comfortable with flying and am even planning a trip back to India next year.
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I suffered from a severe fear of flying and claustrophobia. Captain Bunn provides excellent tips to combat both, and if you choose to use his...Read more