Flying Without Fear

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New Harbinger Publications, 1996 - Self-Help - 180 pages
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Flying Without Fear shows you how to confront your fear, take it on, and stop letting it constrict your life. You'll learn how fear affects your body and crucial techniques for coping with your own anxiety. You'll hear the real facts about airline safety and be guided through a program of steps to take to get yourself ready for your maiden flight. And once on board, you'll have the support of your own personal "flight plan": a carry-on, package of tips and strategies for making it through your first takeoff and later flights with confidence and success.

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Contents

Overcoming Your Fear of Hying
1
How the Fear of Flying Develops
11
The Physiology of Fear
25
Techniques for Coping with the Fear
39
Personnel
59
Flight Planning
85
Coping with Anticipatory Anxiety
111
Coping on the Plane
127
Developing Your Own Flight Plan
145
After Your First Successful Flight
163
Appendix B
177
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About the author (1996)

Duane Brown has been a counseling professor for over 35 years and has been a professor at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill for over 25 years. He received his Ph.D. in counseling with a minor in psychology from Purdue University. During his time at the University of North Carolina, he has been the coordinator for the Counseling and Counseling Psychology Program and the School Counseling Program, and has served as the Chairperson for the Division of Human Development and Psychological Services. He has written several texts with Allyn and Bacon, McGraw-Hill, Houghton-Mifflin, Jossey-Bass, and the American Counseling Association.

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