It is possible to feel relief from this issue. The vast majority of people I’ve worked with make progress with this approach. Many are either no longer are affected by flying, or actually cross the thin line between fear and excitement to become excited by flying. So, yes, it is possible for tremendous anxiety and fear to become reduced significantly to make flying tolerable.
Additionally, one of reasons people tend to prefer this approach is because I also have specialties in various other life areas (such as general anxieties, relationships, depression, and more). Therefore, when life issues come up that could use our attention as well, there is room for these conversations to become integrated into our work here. In fact, people generally tend to find that the way we work together on fear of flying actually ends up having a positive impact on dealing with other daily life issues outside of flying, as well.
You may want to be able to:
- travel for fun by yourself, with your family, or with your friends;
- not hesitate to go somewhere that intrigues you;
- go to weddings and other meaningful life events;
- travel for work;
- surprise your partner, family, or kids with a weekend trip;
- or, generally see the world
While it may be hard to believe this can happen from where you are now, I have seen people go from either flying with tremendous anxiety and fear, or not flying at all, to now taking those trips with a new found sense of freedom, liberation, and empowerment.
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