Your non-negotiables hold yourself accountable in eating disorder recovery. We explore more in this blog.
“Scared is what you’re feeling. Brave is what you’re doing.” Our social media community share how they have been brave in their recovery this August.
Eating disorder recovery requires bravery. It requires someone to show up for themselves, every day, and communicate their needs to loved ones and professionals around them.
This is a blog for those of you who have been struggling with an eating disorder in silence. Perhaps you have been contemplating treatment and are not sure where to start. However you have landed, we are here for you.
Orri’s online community shares hopeful recovery affirmations. Allow them to serve as reminders that your life extends so far beyond an eating disorder. You deserve to live your life free from the barriers and hurdles of this illness.
Feelings, such as shame and guilt, can be deeply rooted in an eating disorder, which can be powerful barriers to recovery. It’s essential to understand how they impact your journey towards healing. If this resonates with where your head is at today, these gentle reminders may be what you need to hear.
What better motivation is there to turn a new leaf in eating disorder recovery than in springtime? You might want to ask yourself: what am I holding onto, right now? What’s growing within me?
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.
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.
Did January go how you had planned it? Or, maybe those recovery goals you set at the start of the year are feeling harder to reach. If you are feeling the pull of the inner critic, here are some reminders.
Sometimes, Christmas isn’t the “most wonderful time of the year”. Especially for individuals and their families in eating disorder recovery. Here are community tips on how thrive in recovery this festive season.
Experiencing a relapse can knock your confidence in eating disorder recovery, but it doesn’t have to undo any of the hard work you’ve already done and the progress you’ve made. Recovery isn’t always about recognising the ‘wins’ and the days where you show up for...