24 min

S02 E10 Iso-Diaries: "Eating disorders thrive in isolation‪"‬ Harness

    • Society & Culture

Harness is back! Welcome to isolation... we are exploring how people are harnessing this unique time of COVID-19 and whether (or not) they are coping. 

TW: Eating disorders. In this episode we chat to Body Image Researcher Dr Nadia Craddock about ED's and self-loathing in the time of COVID-19. You can listen to more of Nadia's work on her own podcasts: Appearance Matters: The Podcast! (brought to you by Centre for Appearance Research) and The Body Protest (which she hosts with the delightful Honey Ross, who you may recognise from S01 E03 of Harness).  

You can follow Nadia on social media @nadia.craddock 

We cite the following in our news segment: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2020/may/17/like-losing-control-fears-eating-disorders-on-rise-amid-lockdown  

https://www.theredhandfiles.com 

We also give a shout out to Sophie Robertson's online yoga classes. The best way to keep up to date with the classes is to either follow Sophie on social media @sophiecrobertson or register your interest by emailing her at sophiecatherinerobertson@gmail.com 

If you want to get in touch, please email us at projectharness@gmail.com, feel free to send over a voice note with how you are passing the time (a template for this is available on our Instagram if you are stuck). 

Hosted by Róisín Bevan and Daisy Grant 

Socials @projectharness 

Email projectharness@gmail.com 

We are proud friends of Rafiki Mwema and The Carly Ryan Foundation - both charities work tirelessly to protect young people from harm. Links to their websites below. www.rafikimwema.com www.carlyryanfoundation.com

Harness is back! Welcome to isolation... we are exploring how people are harnessing this unique time of COVID-19 and whether (or not) they are coping. 

TW: Eating disorders. In this episode we chat to Body Image Researcher Dr Nadia Craddock about ED's and self-loathing in the time of COVID-19. You can listen to more of Nadia's work on her own podcasts: Appearance Matters: The Podcast! (brought to you by Centre for Appearance Research) and The Body Protest (which she hosts with the delightful Honey Ross, who you may recognise from S01 E03 of Harness).  

You can follow Nadia on social media @nadia.craddock 

We cite the following in our news segment: https://www.theguardian.com/society/2020/may/17/like-losing-control-fears-eating-disorders-on-rise-amid-lockdown  

https://www.theredhandfiles.com 

We also give a shout out to Sophie Robertson's online yoga classes. The best way to keep up to date with the classes is to either follow Sophie on social media @sophiecrobertson or register your interest by emailing her at sophiecatherinerobertson@gmail.com 

If you want to get in touch, please email us at projectharness@gmail.com, feel free to send over a voice note with how you are passing the time (a template for this is available on our Instagram if you are stuck). 

Hosted by Róisín Bevan and Daisy Grant 

Socials @projectharness 

Email projectharness@gmail.com 

We are proud friends of Rafiki Mwema and The Carly Ryan Foundation - both charities work tirelessly to protect young people from harm. Links to their websites below. www.rafikimwema.com www.carlyryanfoundation.com

24 min

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