I have developed fear of flying after taking invega risepridone was not like this …have u ?
I dont fly anymore
Do U have fear or do u just not fly
I am scared to fly on planes. I am even scared to go on ships, ferrys, and the euro tunnel.
This all started after psychosis. I don’t use those forms of transport anymore unless my life depends on it. What about you?
I was fine with flying but not ships as I have height phobia as well …but on invega I can’t fly or go on ships …
At least I save money from going on holidays.
But then again going on holidays across UK is expensive
The last time I got into a boat/plane/train was about 10 years ago.
I don’t like any of them now.
I was a little afraid of flying and was scared that the plane was gonna crash. But I flew across the country anyway. I knew that the airline I was flying had been in business since the 90s and has yet to have a plane crash. Keep in mind plane crashes are still very rare. Much more dangerous to ride in a car.
Not strictly due to M.I. Went to see my father in USA in1995. 10 minutes into the flight I found someone had stolen my wallet with money and train ticket home at the Airport lounge.
Spent the flight in a state of high anxiety . Had to have help at Gatwick to get home.
Not been keen on flying since .
People on here due to mi.
Well it certainly ramped up my fear of getting lost and trapped by several notches.
I’ve wasted plenty of money on plane tickets not being able to get on at the last minute. I think I could manage it currently. I will never get on a bus for long distance again. California to Minnesota last year I was in full blown psychosis at the end.
I used to fly everyday in a old job years ago, I got no desire to fly since 911, not scared, Just hate travel
Me for sure. Keep my ass on the ground where its safe.
After a severe 2 year withdrawl from risperidone, I am scared to fly now. I also used to be terribly scared the floor would collapse.
Haven’t been flying since I was 18. I’m 35 now. I’d like to bus it to Charleston SC to see some Civil War sites but not sure about that either.
I am afraid.
I don’t like it when there’s turbulence.
I don’t even have a passport at the moment and can’t afford to get one yet either.
I flew between Sweden and Australia while psychotic and it was awful.
I’m just lucky I didn’t end up in hospital in some strange country.
Somehow I managed to not get hospitalised while flying or at airport.
I don’t know if I will ever fly again.
I have family in Sweden so it’s not impossible but I would have to get my passport and overcome my fear but then I might suffer on the plane.
I loved flying in a way because it’s exciting etc but I’m too scared of turbulence etc
I love to fly. I still remember when airports were strange, alien places full of exotic food and alcohol outside of retail hours. Where everything was more expensive than anywhere else on earth.
I still love flying and done some great trips. Getting out of NOLA I was in the air about 23 hours over a day and a half in economy. I was totally devastated when I got into Brisbane Airport. I got grilled by a customs dude who signed my form so passed quickly through customs. I just want to go home I said!
I have nowhere to fly to.
I got vertigo after getting on the internet. I guess staring at a bright, well lighted screen as much as I have affected me like that. I used to be pretty good about dealing with heights, but not any more. I went off this cliff at Lake Tenkiller called “pure hell” six times when I was eighteen.