Mental health speaker, Carolina Mountford, shares a personal blog based on her experience of eating disorder recovery alongside her pregnancy and motherhood. For Maternal Mental Health Awareness Week.
Oxygen Masks – Alumni Client
‘Hurt people hurt people’. A moving poem depicting the painful journey to eating disorder recovery. A reminder that there is hope.
“I had an eating disorder for twenty years before I started treatment at Orri” – Alumni Client
Alumni client, Reb, shares her eating disorder recovery journey with Orri, and demonstrates how recovery is possible.
The word ‘despite’ – Alumni Client
Despite it all, recovery is possible. An insightful poem capturing the hope and courage that shows up in eating disorder recovery. Written by an Orri Alumni Client.
How I want to be remembered – Alumni Client
One of our Alumni clients shares a poem inspired by her self-discovery and growth throughout her eating disorder recovery.
It’s Just Me, by Emily Nuttall – Guest Blogger
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.
Seed to Flower: Guest Blogger
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’.
Sun and Blue Skies: Guest Blogger
Regular Guest Blogger, Mollie, shares her feelings and learnings from her eating disorder recovery.
To our tough bros: Guest Blogger
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.
A woman recovering from Orthorexia: Guest Blogger
Eating disorder recovery is hard work. A raw and honest account of recovery from orthorexia, from a Guest Blogger. Go gently.
A poem for Anorexia Recovery: Guest Blogger
Our Regular Guest Blogger uses poetry to express his learnings and emotions throughout his recovery from Anorexia. In this poem, he explores family dynamics with an eating disorder.
8 Ways to Manage Food When Going Off to University – Guest Blogger
Trauma-informed nutritionist and previous guest of Orri’s Instagram Lives, Kaysha Thomas, shares her specialist advice on how students can manage food upon return, or arrival, at university.