Holiday season is here, and for most people, that means there’s a lot of traveling to be done. If weren’t a nervous flier already, everything that’s going on from the downing of the Russian Metrojet airplane to the threats against air travel services from groups like ISIS, and even regular old holiday travel stress is enough to make the most hardcore road warrior a little anxious when flying. So Yahoo Travel talked to psychologist Reid Wilson, author of "Don’t Panic," to get some easy-peasy tips to help you stay calm, cool, collected during air travel. “Don’t sit and quietly concentrate on your worries while checking your watch,” says Wilson. “Take supportive action.” Here’s how.