Hello, I have booked a flight with my husband and children for a vacation in mid-February. Since we booked it, it's been on my mind almost constantly. I deal with generalized anxiety disorder on a daily basis and I'm a lifelong (well since I was 10 or so) fearful flier and there are many things that I worry about in regards to flying - mechanical failures, pilot error and fear of falling/plunging being near the top of the list - but the anticipatory anxiety is by far the worst thing about it. I could cope with everything that happens on the "day of" even though I hate it all - but I absolutely can't stand the months of constant worrying that precede it. It's mentally exhausting and it's the main reason I avoid flying. I've purchased Captain Tom's book and I look forward to reading it, but I was wondering, is there anything in it that deals with coping with the negative anticipation? Thanks for your time.