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Life with an adult-onset eating disorder – Guest Blogger

Life with an adult-onset eating disorder – Guest Blogger

Our first guest blogger, Emily, shares her experience of adult-onset eating disorder: “My journey now is about the connection between ‘logic’ and all those unbearable complex emotions and feelings I have about food and my body (by which I really mean, myself and my life). I don’t think this is all too different for adult-onset eating disorders than it is for people who fall victim to this when younger.”

The power of journaling – National Writing Day

The power of journaling – National Writing Day

For National Writing Day 2020, Orri has launched a contributor section to our blog, meaning that those who have been impacted by an eating disorder can share their experience and thoughts to nurture hope in recovery. Nikki, Orri’s Creative Arts Therapist, shares her thoughts on the power of journaling.

A blog about recovery – by Lizzie

A blog about recovery – by Lizzie

Lizzie, an expert by experience, shares a guest blog about her amazing recovery journey. “It’s not just about eating food, gaining weight, or being discharged from treatment. It’s about re-framing your thoughts, creating new behaviour patterns, developing self-awareness and ultimately, creating a healthy relationship with yourself, your body, and food.”

Men’s Health Week: Men, we are here to hear you.

Men’s Health Week: Men, we are here to hear you.

It’s Men’s Health Week, and whilst this week is focusing on keeping men safe during covid-19 and lockdown, we’re going to “add on” the experience of being a man with an eating disorder. About 25% of people experiencing eating disorder symptoms are male, yet there are still considerable barriers for men when attempting to access treatment, and a wide spread lack of knowledge about men who experiences eating disorders generally.