(New Haven, CT) -- The failed Christmas airplane bombing has certainly brought airline safety to the forefront, and has likely raised people's fears of flying. Yale University Psychology Professor Doug Mennin is also director of the Yale Anxiety and Mood Services Clinic. He says the fear is understandable, but they need to work through it and get back on the plane.
Mennin says people should not avoid flying, and they should not cancel travel plans because of the failed terror attack. He says people should send themselves a message that they will get through it, and do their best to get on with their everyday lives.
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