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As teenagers, we conducted our lives with remarkably little concern about risk. We seemed to think nothing could go wrong. When we went out for the evening and mom said, “Honey, be careful”, we thought she was from some other planet. Flying is rarely a problem for a teenager, unless there is concern about having a panic attack. Planes are automatically thought of as safe.
But in a person’s twenties, things change. The average age of onset of fear of flying is 27. As we mature, we become more aware that something could happen to us that is beyond our control. When we consider taking a flight, we open up a mental file folder titled, “Bad Things That Could Happen If I Fly.”read post
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