The Fearless Flyer: How to Fly in Comfort and Without Trepidation

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The Eighth Mountain Press, 1995 - Self-Help - 188 pages
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It's not difficult to do. In The Fearless Flyer, Cherry Hartman, a Licensed Clinical Social Worker who has specialized in treating anxiety - including aerophobia - for twenty-five years, shares the methods that have worked for her clients. Understand why you are afraid to fly. Acquire easy-to-learn techniques to dispel preflight jitters and make your flying time easy and restful. Discover how even a rudimentary knowledge of aerodynamics and air travel regulation can be powerfully reassuring.
 

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Contents

How TO USE THIS BOOK
13
Active and Passive Relaxation
30
The Day of Your Flight
46
If Youre Still Having a Hard Time
62
Schedule to Avoid Delays
67
Strategies for Eating Well
81
Dealing with Damaged Late or Lost Luggage
94
Scheduling Dental Work 207
107
Breathing Desert Air
110
Sleep Soundly 224
124
Fly Defensively 238
138
Sleuthing Airport Conveniences
148
A DEPARTING NOTE 262
161
Traveling with Animals 275
175
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