Resources for recovery.
We are continually in awe of the resilience and determination that our clients and community have for recovery.
Here, we are creating and sharing resources – for free – that we hope will support your individual journeys at home. Please share them with those who need it.
Recovering at University Workbook
Moving to university is an exciting milestone, but it is also a transitional change that can require a lot of adjustment.
We’ve created a workbook to help guide you through the transition whilst keeping eating disorder recovery the priority.
Binge Eating Disorder Workbook
If you are suffering with Binge Eating Disorder, know that your experience is valid and there are people who understand and who want to help you.
In this workbook, we collate our thoughts on Binge Eating Disorder, as well as our tips for breaking the cycle of binge eating. We hope it is helpful.
Coping with Christmas
The holidays are upon us, and whilst many people are eager to celebrate, we are aware that some people – particularly those living with eating disorders – can struggle at this time of year.
Connecting with loved ones, celebrating with food, drink and presents can be complicated even in the most ‘normal’ of years – yet this year has been has been far from normal. Our tiered existence is complicated, frustrating, exhausting, and unpredictable – all feelings that can be tough to tolerate as someone with an eating disorder.
We’ve collated top tips from our team to support you with navigating this time of year.
October’s Self-Care Calendar
October is officially Orri’s Month of Self-Care. We have created 31 self-care activities for the 31 days of October for you to practice at home.
Cultivating a regular relationship self-care is crucial for recovery from an eating disorder. Your mind, body and spirit need to be nurtured and looked after as you progress in your journey.
Healing Body Image
When we think about our bodies, the way we feel towards them is often a reflection of the amount of love, worth and respect we feel towards ourselves in general.
With the advent of social media and tabloid journalism, the way we seek validation for ourselves from other people has been dramatically reduced to what’s on the outside.
In this workbook, we encourage readers to shift their focus and perspective, expanding it away from a dialogue around weight, shape and size, and instead to include personal interests, hobbies and relationships.
Compassionate Thinking Worksheet
Admitting we need more compassion and kindness is an act of strength, and a demonstration of the trust we have towards ourselves that we can hold this difficult feeling but respond accordingly to it.
Kindness doesn’t always have to involve big actions or gestures (“doing” things), it may just be taking a few moments to check in and notice what’s happening for ourselves.
Take a few moments today to check in with this 4 step activity, and find that internal place that needs a little more selfcompassion right now.