How travel is therapeutic

  • Unknown Member

    July 12, 2019 at 12:03 pm

    Thank you for sharing, Sarah. Travel is indeed therapeutic and the connections made along the way, whether with places or other people, can alleviate the negative psychological effects caused by illness. Here’s to hoping that you and Justin have more travels and connections.

  • Nomad Traveler

    July 17, 2022 at 12:25 am

    Travel is undoubtedly therapeutic.Changes a person’s attitude towards life.Gives you new hope to live and explore beautiful places.At times it also works as a way to meet like minded people or people stuck in the same situation.You might meet your soulmate or friends for life.

  • tabita

    August 3, 2023 at 5:10 pm

    Yes, it is. The positive impact of travel on the mental and emotional well-being of many individuals with chronic illnesses is evident

    However, traveling can also be a stressful experience as per That’s why it is important to plan your travel well to avoid the hassle.

    I recently traveled with my family to South Korea. It was therapeutic for me and my husband’s mental health and our relationship. Thanks to our guide for making it worthwhile and worry-free.

  • samuelwilliams

    September 8, 2023 at 1:49 pm

    I really enjoyed reading the article. I had stress-free travels in
    Bergen and Stavanger, Norway. Norwegian nature is a haven for
    mindfulness and the perfect place for a relaxing holiday. I was lucky that the place I rented during my stay was only a few
    minutes’ walk to a fjord.

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