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Looking for recovery inspiration? We asked Orri’s community what eating disorder recovery means to them, and here is what they said…

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Mental health campaigner, Emily Nuttall, shares a poem inspired by her journey in eating disorder recovery. It depicts a journey of self-discovery, strength and hope.

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We have entered the holy month of Ramadan in the Islamic calendar. This can be an extremely challenging time for those with eating disorders. We explore in this blog how to nurture your recovery, at your pace.

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Orri’s Dietetics team share 12 affirmations to keep you grounded as you approach mealtimes in recovery. Allow these reminders to keep you focused on what’s important.

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Regular Guest Blogger, Mollie, shares a special poem that captures her growth in eating disorder recovery, like ‘how a flower grows from that tiny seed’. 

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Regular Guest Blogger, Mollie, shares her feelings and learnings from her eating disorder recovery. 

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Inspired by Orri’s ‘Remember Your Bros’ campaign, for Eating Disorders Awareness Week, a member of the eating disorder recovery community shares their hopeful poem.

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This Eating Disorders Awareness Week, we’re reflecting on the male experience of eating disorders. This raises the question – what influences masculinity? Here, we explore the influence of archetypes and toxic masculinity, with a Jungian twist.

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Eating disorders don’t discriminate. We need to recognise the diversity within the demographic of people who struggle with an eating disorder so we can provide effective, safe and meaningful care.

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Anger is a natural and important emotion, though it is often socially stigmatised. In this blog, we explore how to honour anger throughout eating disorder recovery.

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Andrew, Orri’s Specialist Eating Disorder Psychotherapist and Lead of Orri’s Men’s Group for male staff, shares his thoughts on how gender norms have developed over the years.

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