Summer is approaching and the subject of going on holiday can arise. Many people recovering from mental ill-health may find travelling abroad difficult. However, travelling with a mental illness may be difficult but it’s not impossible.
There are a number of precautions you can take. If you’ve recently been diagnosed, you may consider taking a shorter trip until your recovery is stronger. Bridge has contributed to an article written on travelling with a mental illness by web experts airport-parking-shop.co.uk.
With contributions from leading charities like Bridge, including Mind and the Blurt Foundation this article is a must-read for anyone considering travelling with a mental illness, or anyone thinking it can’t be done – there are many ways and support available to make going on holiday a real possibility and an enjoyable experience.