The 1996 first edition of Flying Without Fear helped thousands of people overcome debilitating aerophobia. Since that time, the experience of flying has changed dramatically. Concerns about terrorism have resulted in heightened airport security and, for many people, a new justification for their fear of flying. Flying Without Fear, Second Edition, offers readers all the tools they need to confront their fear of flying and stop letting it constrict their lives. Readers will learn how fear affects their body and practice techniques for coping with these physical and mental symptoms of anxiety. Based in cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT), this book helps readers prevent fearful responses by preparing them for the sights, sounds, and sensations of airports and airplane travel. This edition includes three new chapters, one of which addresses terrorism concerns and offers up-to-date information on airport security measures adopted after 9/11.