@MysticFalls I've been a flight attendant for almost 17 years - there are several courses you can take online to help overcome your fears, there are even free apps.
Once you understand what causes turbulence and how an aircraft works, you start to look at everything in a more rational fashion.
The instruments in the flight deck can read weather patterns, and if they are potentially dangerous, your very capable pilots will navigate the aircraft away. Bumps are very hard to avoid, but seldom dangerous to the aircraft - just the passengers and crew if they don't have seat belts on.
Flying is VERY safe - much safer than driving according to the experts. It just seems unnatural.
There are also psychologists who specialise in fear of flying.
Valium and wine are also handy