ARFID stands out amongst other eating disorders due to its unique characteristics and diagnostic criteria. This blog post explores further.
Eating Disorders Awareness Week
Many individuals living with ARFID have been mistakenly labelled as “picky eaters”. Here’s how they differ.
For Eating Disorders Awareness Week, our client, Robbie, shares his experience of ARFID and his journey to accessing specialist help.
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.
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.
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.
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.
“The advice I would give to other men who may be suffering is that there’s no reason to prolong their suffering. I went several years without actually believing that I had an eating disorder, and paid for it as a result”: for EDAW
Our Alumni client, Charlie, shares his experience of his eating disorder recovery with Orri’s treatment.
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.
“My journey through treatment has given me the confidence that it’s ok to show vulnerability as a guy and share my emotions”
For Eating Disorders Awareness Week, our alumni client shares his experience of eating disorder treatment as a man.
In Orri’s eating disorder service, we treat every person who comes through our door or checks into our online programme – male, female, any gender – with respect for their individual journey. All are welcome, however they may show up.
This year, Eating Disorders Awareness Week is shining a light on men and eating disorders. We’re calling on the eating disorder community to remember your #BROS, along with a MANifesto, case studies, resources and more!