Your heart is beating fast. Your body temperature has risen. An overwhelming fear consumes you… Panic attacks are very frightening and stressful experiences.
Don’t talk to me about “bouncing back to my pre-baby weight”! – Guest Blogger
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.
How guilt and shame can hold you back in eating disorder recovery and what to do to heal.
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.
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.
A reminder to forgive.
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?