Prior to leaving to travel the world, many members of my family thought I was out of my mind for making the decision to leave a job I loved and take off. They eventually came around but as time passed here on the blog, I noticed many of you sending me stories about similar situations. So today I’m excited to introduce you to my live chat guest who can help answer some of your questions about the psychology of travel.
Dr. Jamey Levy is a psychiatrist at Bellevue Hospital in New York City, where he works as the unit chief on a general adult inpatient unit. He also has a private practice in NYC and is in training to become a psychoanalyst.
The chat is open today, March 28th from 6:30pm-7:30pm US EST (12:30am-1:30am GMT; 3:30pm-4:30pm Sydney). Scroll down or click here to pop into chat conversation below!
Whether you’re looking for advice on avoiding loneliness on your travels, how to approach people as an introvert in a hostel, or simply want to check your traveling sanity, Dr. Levy will be here to take your questions for one hour in the comments section below.