Orri CEO Kerrie Jones talks to Sky News about the impact of COVID-19 on eating disorder rates
Eating disorder recovery is tough, and for many, it can feel like an unpredictable battle. However, the role of the non-negotiables in recovery can support consistency in this process. Beth, Orri’s Eating Disorder Dietitian, explores more in this blog.
How are you, and how are you feeling? These questions can receive the most dishonest answers. Hands up if your automatic response is, “fine.” This blog is for those of you that struggle to be honest.
Your heart is beating fast. Your body temperature has risen. An overwhelming fear consumes you… Panic attacks are very frightening and stressful experiences.
Experiencing anxiety can be a fearful and isolating experience, and there are many reasons why we can feel anxious. It’s important to remember that this is a common and very normal emotion in us all, and that is why it is the theme for Mental Health Awareness Week this year.
Festivities can be enjoyable. Though for some, it can be painful; especially if there is somebody missing at the dinner table. A gentle blog on how you can cope this Christmas without your loved ones.
This years’ Mental Health Awareness Week is looking at loneliness – something pertinent to the experience of living with an eating disorder. We’re joining the UK’s biggest conversation on mental health to ensure no one feels alone in their experience of their illness....
It’s Pride Month. Many LGBTQ+ individuals face unique challenges that put them at greater risk of developing an eating disorder. Just Like Us, a charity that supports young LGBTQ+ people, recently found that LGBTQ+ young people are *3x more likely* to have...
It’s Mental Health Awareness Week and the theme for the week is #ConnectWithNature. The organisers, The Mental Health Foundation, chose nature because it “is so central to our psychological and emotional health, that it’s almost impossible to realise good mental...