Thousands of people live with a constant fear of having to get in their car and drive anywhere, even a few blocks to buy groceries. Fear of driving is surprisingly common, but you wouldn’t necessarily know that because people who are plagued by this crippling fear tend not to talk about it.
Many people who fear driving are ashamed of their condition. Fear, panic, phobias, and anxiety disorders carry a certain stigma in our culture, but they shouldn’t. They are not a sign or weakness or mental illness; rather, fears such as the very common fear of driving are the result of a biochemical mistake—a physical wiring error in the brain that initially is meant to protect the person but ends up causing way more problems than it prevents.
Fear of driving is what is commonly known as a ‘conditioned response.’ Once the fear has been conditioned it will keep returning until the brain is reconditioned to respond without the fear.
That’s where the Driving Fear Program comes in. In four simple steps The Driving Fear Program teaches users how to stop the conditioned fear response in its tracks. Over a very short period of time, practicing the Driving Fear Program causes the conditioned fear response to disappear entirely.
Fear of driving can manifest in a variety of ways. Some common symptoms include:
• Having repetitive anxious or frightening thoughts while driving.
• Waking up with a feeling of dread each morning in anticipation of the daily commute to work.
• Avoiding travel, visits with friends and family, and special events like weddings and reunions because of the driving involved.
• Giving up career advancements or promotions because of the additional driving involved.
• Avoiding bridges while driving.
• Taking prescription drugs while driving to medicate fears.
People who struggle with a fear of driving may also cope with some or all of the classic signs and symptoms of anxiety and panic disorders, such as tightness in the chest, shortness of breath, dizziness, sweating, palpitations, feelings of unreality, feelings of losing control, feelings of going crazy, obsessive unwelcome thoughts, and obsessive fear of death. Find out more about it here at
Look at just some of the things you’ll learn…
How to figure out what you’re REALLY afraid of…chances are it’s NOT what you think.
Why I know your anxious feelings and panic are no big deal and how to instantly feel the same way (people who aren’t afraid of driving do this automatically, but people like us have to re-learn it).
Why you have such scary and irrational thoughts while driving, and how to quickly clear your head.
How to never be surprised by your anxiety again and be back in control.
Why what you’re probably doing now is making you worse every time you drive.
The exercise that can teach your brain to no longer get anxious when you think about driving.
The four step technique that can end your anxiety and panic while driving for good.
How to laugh at thoughts about losing control, dying, or going crazy (so simple I promise you can do it!)
How to design your personalized plan for overcoming your fear of driving.
How to keep yourself motivated to accomplish what’s truly important to you.
Why you can stop doing 80% of what you’re doing now and accomplish FAR more.
The most common way of dealing with fear of driving is to try to suppress fearful and irrational thoughts, but ironically, trying to suppress such thoughts actually creates more of them. The Driving Fear Program helps users learn how to stop being afraid of the fear itself, and thereby stop fear in its tracks. Have it today –
The Driving Fear Program is for those that:
Live with anxiety or panic attacks while driving, with symptoms such as trembling, sweating, palpitations, dizziness, inability to take a deep breath, feelings of unreality, or thoughts of losing control, dying, or going crazy.
Are tired of the anxious, scary thoughts they have while driving.
Dread the morning commute because of their driving anxiety or hate to drive alone (have you ever woken up with a knot in your stomach?)
Have difficulty driving on highways or feel afraid because you can’t get off when you want to.
Are uncomfortable on or avoid bridges while driving.
Take prescription drugs to ease their anxiety about driving.
People who struggle with a chronic fear of driving are often sensitive creative individuals whose creative energy has gotten trapped in a kind of a feedback loop. The Fear of Driving Program not only cures driving anxiety, it frees up all that creative energy for better, more enjoyable pursuits.
In addition to learning to how to stop the fear, the Fear of Driving Program teaches participants the following;
• How to stay motivated and accomplish personal goals.
• How to find out what is really scaring you and overcome that fear.
• How to laugh at scary thoughts.
• How to manage an unsupportive or critical family.
• How to overcome 5 common patterns of faulty thinking.
The basic Driving Fear Program cost $67 and includes the Basic Manual that teaches the four step program itself, a Driving Fear Audio Program, The Anxiety Helix Report, a bonus Meditation for Driving, a Change Your Mind, Change Your Life bonus, A Stress-Less Living bonus, a Law of Attraction and Your Driving Anxiety bonus, unlimited personal support, and a 100% no questions asked money-back guarantee. Have it today –