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Hi Keith! Just wanted to say, I had two of the best flights of my life. No stress, no panic, no sickness, no worry. I got on, stood up, walked around the plane, even had some nasty turbulence, and kept thinking of your saying, its uncomfortable and not dangerous. Genuinely, the science and explanations you went through with me have combated all the concerns I had, and I feel like a different person because of this! Id love to help attend another course with other fearfuls to help with them as I feel so strongly about how positive I feel. I used to sweat and feel sick, I had none of that, It was like I was someone else. I’m so happy, so thank you!” June 13th 2016

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Captain Keith replied to Anna Prince's discussion Flying next month
"Hi Anna it may well be that the flight will be turbulent but you'll 'survive' it in every sense. Of course you'll doing the numbers of probability, life works on probabilities so what you're doing is perfectly reasonable.…"
18 hours ago
Anna Prince posted a discussion

Flying next month

I'm flying next month and despite having positive flights since having a 121 with Keith many years ago, I manage to turn my positive experiences into negative ones through probability.So, on the whole over the last four or five years all of my flights (yearly) have been turbulence free. Turbulence is the thing that causes me the greatest anxiety and instead of dealing with it when it happens I start worrying that it might happen and that worry has started today for a flight on 12th July. So because I've had turbulence free flights every year for the last few years, I think well the probability is that I am now due to have turbulence on this flight. To the point that it's driving me insane! We're are flying to Sardinia this year so approx 2 1/2 hour flight. How can I help reduce this anxiety? And also realistically, on average, how long does turbulence last. I realise you could be really unlucky and have a whole flight of turbulence, but is that really rare? I had a bad flight when I…See More
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21 hours ago
carly replied to Hannah Stephens's discussion Turbulence in Las Vegas
"Hi I second Jim's comment. Really helps. Try it in your car with an inch of water beforehand, the car will spill. The flight is barely noticeable. What are your fears of?"
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Jim replied to Hannah Stephens's discussion Turbulence in Las Vegas
"Hi Hannah, Something I learnt from Cpt Keith really helped me during turbulence. If you have a drink, hold it or put it on your table during turbulence. You might feel like you are being shaken but look at your drink and you will notice that the…"
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Yilyn Lim replied to Hannah Stephens's discussion Turbulence in Las Vegas
"Hi Hannah, first of all, congratulations on booking your flight! As for dealing with turbulence, I would advise you to have a physical checklist of things to distract you with. Some things I put on my checklist are reminding myself that turbulence…"
Hannah Stephens posted a discussion

Turbulence in Las Vegas

I have to fly to Las Vegas in 2 weeks. My last time flying there this time of year was horrible and I'm dreading it. Im taking Xanax and hoping I won't be so scared. Any advice on how to calm yourself during turbulence?
Captain Keith replied to Elizabeth's discussion Keith helped me, now helping others
"Elizabeth, Thank you for your comments. What a fabulous thing you do. What a brave thing you did in facing your fear. You have been one of our leading lights and I know that you have inspired so many people to address their fear. Thank you for…"
Elizabeth posted a discussion

Keith helped me, now helping others

Two weeks ago I returned from the Thai/'Burma border where I  have been volunteering working with refugees, then followed some sightseeing in Chiang Mai, When I first met Keith back in 2005 I was very scared at the prospect of an hour's flight across to France. Thanks to his information and support I recently clocked up my 63rd take off . We flew LGW to Dubai, Dubai to Bangkok on Emirates A380  huge amazing aircraft. Then on a Nok air Bombadier twin prop to a tiny airport called Mae Sot from Bangkok Don Muang airport- Homewards Chiang Mai to Bangkok Thai airbus 330, Bangkok to Dubai and Dubai to LGW again on the massive A380.----and we will be returning to do similar work  sometime early next year .If you are a fearful flyer do take the opportunity to attend one of keiths courses.the world awaits you.See More
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Captain Keith commented on Claudia Flores's blog post Almost lost it in the last flight...
" That's a great point that you can't be 100% in control all the time. Managing the fear is the right approach. Well done Claudia. Captain Keith K"
Jun 23
Captain Keith commented on Clare Humphreys's blog post Inspiration
"Well done  Captain Keith"
Jun 23
Claudia Flores liked Chrissy Barber's blog post No Title
Jun 23
Claudia Flores commented on Clare Humphreys's blog post Inspiration
"Well, glad to know that holidays in Mexico motivated you and you had a great time! Tnx for sharing! :)"
Jun 23
Claudia Flores liked Christopher Murrell's blog post 6 Flights in 3 Weeks
Jun 23
Claudia Flores posted a blog post

Almost lost it in the last flight...

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 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 armed with the tools from this forum and with the steady work I've been doing. I'm already looking forward my next trip.Anyway, I just wanted to share with all who might face this backlash. We might not be able to be 100% in control all the time, but it is important to remember that we have the tools to keep forward.Best!CB See More
Jun 23
Captain Keith replied to Captain Keith's discussion About this forum
"I flew to Rome this morning and had a positive experience again. It's still baby steps, but in the right direction."
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Turbulence in Las Vegas

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