Do you suffer with your mental health?
I started my blog primarily to try to help people like you and to start the conversation we all need to be having…
It’s time to talk!
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Information on Mental Illnesses
Below are some links for further information on the following mental illnesses.
Don’t see your illness above? Let me know and I’ll add it.
You’re not alone
Despite how it might feel you’re never alone. Somebody out there is suffering in the same way you are and I want to raise awareness of this.
It’s time we speak about our mental health and it’s time we get to be open and proud about it. No longer should we feel we have to hide our illnesses from employers, friends and the world.
Travelling with a mental illness
For me travelling has always helped my bipolar – definitely not alone – but it has helped.
I feel at my most free when I’m away seeing the world. And I want you to know that if it’s something you’d like to do you can too!
Our current series focuses on travelling with a mental illness. I hope their personal experiences can help to inspire you.
- Travelling solo with Bipolar
- Travelling with PTSD
- Travelling with Depression
- Travelling with Postpartum Anxiety Disorder
Tips for Travelling with a Mental Illness
See a doctor: It’s essential that before you travel you see your doctor to discuss if it’s suitable or not. There are times when I haven’t been well enough to travel and it’s important to recognise this.
Keep your support network: Make sure you have a strategy to keep the support network in place while you’re away. I ensure I always get a local SIM on arrival to give me a direct line to family.
Quality travel insurance: Please, please please get travel insurance that covers your mental illness for when you’re away. I recommend True Traveller for this – they cover most illnesses.