From Library Journal
More than a year after the September 11 attacks, many people still have a fear of flying, a fear of another terrorist incursion. In this audio, which is accompanied by soothing music throughout, stress expert and former fearful flyer Edstrom guides passengers through the entire airport experience, from boarding to landing, complete with airport sounds. With a clear, pleasant, consoling voice she offers relaxation and tension release exercises, having listeners close their eyes and imagine themselves at the terminal. "Fear is trapped negative energy," says the author. It is a "collection of thoughts inside your head." It is a habit, and habits can be broken. "As you look fear squarely in the eye, it will dissolve." This program for nervous travelers is recommended for most self-help and travel collections.Ann Burns "Library Journal"
Copyright 2002 Reed Business Information, Inc.
From the Publisher
A timely title that had to be published.