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If You’re Afraid to Fly,
You’re Amongst 6.5% of the Population… And Here’s Why…

I’m sure you’re hear “Air travel is the safest form of travel”, but that does not really matter to does it?

How about if in a whole year ZERO OF PASSENGERS FLEW AND LIVED... would that help?

In 2006 that happened:

Published: October 28, 2007

“In a typical year, lightning kills about 47 people in the United States, and venomous animals and plants, 94.

Last year, passengers flew 760 million times on airline flights in the United States, with just one death, a mechanic who fell while trying to close the door of a parked Boeing 737.”

Hello Fearful Flyer,

If out of 760 million passengers 100% flew and lived last year, how come you’re afraid to fly?

My name is JP Richards, I was just like you when it came to flying, and 19.6 million other Americans…

That’s right, according to the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH), 6.5 percent of Americans have a fear of flying so intense that it qualifies as a phobia or anxiety disorder.

This is a very unfortunate, and a totally needless experience, whether you’re afraid of the aircraft crashing, have anticipatory nervousness or panic attacks, you’re claustrophobic, have a fear of heights, or fear something particularly about flying...

First off…

There Are Two Things to Keep in Mind When You Have Any Kind of Fear:

  1. Some people with phobias think there’s something wrong with them, that they are crazy, or that it’s stupid to have the fear. Actually, if you have a phobic response to something, it means your brain can learn very quickly. Phobias are typically the result of a one-time learning experience.

    For example, one woman had a spider phobia because when she was a child in a crib a spider crawled down on her face and she was unable to remove it. Somehow, outside of her consciousness, whenever she saw a spider or imagined one (stimulus), she would imagine that dangerous and frightening (response) huge spider landing on her face. That single experience had created a fear that had lasted over 15 years…

    … After all, she never forgot to get scared when she saw a spider. This was powerful proof of her ability to learn very quickly.

  2. Fear is a communication from your subconscious mind. Your subconscious mind is attempting to communicate to you that danger is present and that you need to be careful.
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