Recovering Voices

We are lucky enough to have interviewed some amazing people willing to share their Recovery Journey.

Check out their insights and find out why the hard work of Recovery is so worth it!

Kian Rank- Part 1

The treatment team is not lying to me, they want me to get better.

Kian Rank - Part 2

Recovering from an eating disorder gave space to actually think about my identity.

Bronwen Clark - Part 1

I deserve to take up space!
Connect with Bronwen on Insta: here

& Check out her book - Don't Be Weird: A Memoir of Food and Feelings: here

Bronwen Clark - Part 2

I can do it and I want to do it...
Connect with Bronwen on Insta: here

& Check out her book - Don't Be Weird: A Memoir of Food and Feelings: here

Hayley Holmes Part 1

The idea that I knew people had been recovered or were recovered - that gave me the hope that this is actually a possibility
Connect with Hayley Insta: here

Hayley Holmes Part 2

Everything has changed [since starting recovery]. I can tell people what I'm truely feeling, not what I think they want to hear, which is a lot different way to live.
Connect with Hayley Insta: here


I'm really proud of myself for going through with it....because it gives me my life back. That's the reason for doing it.

Jessica Stahl

You might not be able to control your first thought, but you can control your second don't have to listen to your first thought. You can then decide what to do.

Shalini Wickramatilake

My relationships [in recovery] have become so much more authentic

Faye Bird

I don't know how long recovery will take and I don't know what my life will look like when I get there, because I'm still creating that, but I know that full recovery is possible

Margaret Hartman

I find so much more joy in being authentic and not having that double life. It's tough having that vulnerability but in the end it's so much better


Looking back and thinking what the lowest of the low felt like and knowing that 'I don't want to go back and this is how I move forward' - that's how I get back on track.

Jenna Kreger

That was the most important thing I had to do - learn how to finally trust my body no matter where it went.

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