As things begin to open up, the expectation of springing back to normality is palpable, but what if lockdown life was actually peaceful? And the prospect of returning to “normality” really daunting?
“As the world comes to a grinding halt the nightmare of COVID-19 is palpable. For me though it is not the nightmare of the virus itself, but the nightmare it presents to my eating disorder. I know I am not alone in fearing the current uncertainty and unknown, but that fear is compounded by the fact that I suffer from anorexia.”
Create a plan and structure your days
Set aside some time for fun
Whether it’s art or reading or knitting or singing
Don’t forget to step out into the sun…
April has disappeared
And May has suddenly appeared,
I was hoping by now that the virus had gone,
I guess I was wrong…
Our client shares a poem that she wrote after a positive day in our online treatment programme, Orri Together. “It’s days like today that I can really recognise how special the Orri community is”.