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It's the time of the year when many fearful flyers start to think about their holidays.
if your anxiety levels are beginning to rise give me a call and we can chat about the best way to overcome your fear.
It's that awful time when we set off with the best of intentions and discover that our will power isn't quite as strong as we needed.
The great thing about resolving to overcome your fear of flying is that it's one of those things that is likely to succeed.
Despite how you feel right now the chances are that you will overcome your fear. I have helped hundreds of people to overcome their fears and discover a new life. The t…Continue
I want to say thank you so much for your help with overcoming my fear of flying, and to encourage anyone in a similar position to take your course.
Despite having flown a lot as a child and loved it, I had developed a phobia of it in adulthood and had not flown for seven years before attending.
I had previously done a BA course, which despite the best efforts of those running it, didn’t help…Continue
Hi Captain Keith
ContinueWell I just have to let you know I took my 2 hour flight to Tasmania!!On a tiny half empty Boeing 787 I think. A few bumps then smooth.I love seeing the scenery below - coastlines especially.Of course I was so excited to land - my first flight in about a year - I thanked the pilots and cried a handful of tears of relief. The captain let me…
My last flight (one of many I've done since taking the course) was a bit scarier and bumpier, and I must admit I almost lost it. The turbulence, the weather, and all the recent horrible news.
Still, the most frightening part was not the flight, but the panic that I could feel growing in me...it just didn't make sense and I felt so afraid I'd come back to the days when only seting foot on the bridge to the plane would give me tachicardia.
Still, that did not happen. I am well…Continue