Neither the captain nor the first officer had any winter weather flying experience.
They said that she needed to cry it out, to deal with her emotions all the way. I needed to cry this out and experience the pain. I had to move past it in a certain way. I learned to be honest about our pain.
In America there's a really common thing -- a grieving period where you cry for a little while and then you get back to normal.
He wrote a 36-page autobiography that said any member of my family would run into a burning building to save another member. He said that on the highway of love, my family is neck and neck with God.