We recently spoke with Richard, a man who supported his wife throughout her eating disorder recovery. He shares what he learnt along the way, about himself and what was needed for their relationship to thrive, and provides hope for partners and carers also experiencing recovery alongside their loved ones.
A Guest Blogger uses her lived experience of an eating disorder to write a compassionate blog to those supporting their loved ones.
“I hope that this can be a voice for them too, letting you know what they need from you right now…”
At Orri, we understand the importance of the role of the caregiver and are aware of the demands this role may have on the carers’ lifestyle. If you find yourself caring for a loved one with an eating disorder, know we are here for you too.
A mother shares her journey caring for her daughter and her eating disorder. We are keeping all mothers, parents and carers in our hearts this Mothering Sunday. We hope you find some comfort and hope in reading these words.
It can be hard to know “what to do” when you see someone you care about going through hardship. Often, we can feel helpless and worried that we’re not doing enough to support them. Here are our suggestions for supporting someone who is suffering with an eating disorder.