Big Travel: Crossing Major Time Zones With Bipolar

When I first told my psychiatrist about my plans to travel to Taiwan to perform in a new music theatre production, I thought she might be a little concerned but otherwise supportive. To my surprise, she instead advised that I scrap the idea, and not go at all! She then told me about another patient who, like me, managed well day-to-day with bipolar, and recently traveled to Thailand for a wedding. The trip did not go well. 

Read full article at BPhope, the magazine for hope and harmony for people with bipolar.

 

 

All rights reserved. Copyright Erika Nielsen @ Sound Mind 2017

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