55 episodes

If you’re done with binge eating, this podcast is for you. If you’re tired of that “ugh” feeling after a binge—of those moments of regret, distress, and shame—this podcast is for you. Done Bingeing is the podcast that teaches actionable strategies and the latest brain science to deal with urges to binge, to restore your trust in your ability to feed yourself normal amounts of food, and to return to your natural weight. Martha combines her coaching expertise, her work with trusted health care professionals, her formal education, and her 30-year battle to end binge eating to teach cognitive-based and body-positive tools to find freedom from binge eating. The Done Bingeing Podcast offers a broad and deep approach to recovering from binge eating that respects the spectrum of treatment options available and the unique needs of each person who struggles with binge eating. From the urges to binge to just plain life, Martha will help you navigate common triggers to bingeing and help you heal from a place of power instead of from a place of powerlessness. You’ll be surprised how much easier this journey can be when you know how you manage your mind! Have a question or topic you’d like to see covered on the podcast? Send it on over to martha@holdingthespace.co. To help you kick-start your recovery from binge eating, download a free e-book at https://www.holdingthespace.co/12-surprising-steps-to-end-binge-eating.

The Done Bingeing Podcast Martha Ayim

    • Health
    • 4.8, 94 Ratings

If you’re done with binge eating, this podcast is for you. If you’re tired of that “ugh” feeling after a binge—of those moments of regret, distress, and shame—this podcast is for you. Done Bingeing is the podcast that teaches actionable strategies and the latest brain science to deal with urges to binge, to restore your trust in your ability to feed yourself normal amounts of food, and to return to your natural weight. Martha combines her coaching expertise, her work with trusted health care professionals, her formal education, and her 30-year battle to end binge eating to teach cognitive-based and body-positive tools to find freedom from binge eating. The Done Bingeing Podcast offers a broad and deep approach to recovering from binge eating that respects the spectrum of treatment options available and the unique needs of each person who struggles with binge eating. From the urges to binge to just plain life, Martha will help you navigate common triggers to bingeing and help you heal from a place of power instead of from a place of powerlessness. You’ll be surprised how much easier this journey can be when you know how you manage your mind! Have a question or topic you’d like to see covered on the podcast? Send it on over to martha@holdingthespace.co. To help you kick-start your recovery from binge eating, download a free e-book at https://www.holdingthespace.co/12-surprising-steps-to-end-binge-eating.

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
94 Ratings

94 Ratings

4 decades binging ,

Life changing

I’m so glad I discovered the Done Binging Podcast. I’ve been listening for about a month now and have heard all of the available episodes. I’m currently re-listening to them and taking notes this time. I’ve started implementing what I’ve learned. I’m much more aware of what’s driving my urge to binge & I’m beginning to understand the thoughts and emotions that underlie that urge.

Lately I’ve been able to stop, mid-binge, which is something I’ve never been able to do before. I’ve also stopped binging as often, & without having a sense of deprivation. These changes seem to be happening naturally.

Keep up the great work, Martha! Your knowledge of, expertise in and personal experience with binging is readily apparent in every episode. Your empathy & compassion for people with eating disorders is genuine & heartfelt. You connect with your listeners in a warm, caring and often humorous way that I really appreciate. The unique way that you present the material, along with sharing your own vulnerabilities, makes it possible for us to connect with you in a very personal way. It’s wonderful to learn from one of our own who found her way out & is willing to share that journey with the rest of us.

I’ve learned more in the past month about binging than I have in the last 40 years. Please don’t stop educating & enlightening us about this very private & personal hell that so many are living in.

lotuslifenurse ,

Binged on this podcast!

This is the only time I think I would ever be proud to binge. I listened to all of Martha’s episodes in 2-3 weeks. I love her analogies, calm & soothing voice, humor, and relatable topics. Her method of podcasting & coaching is so easy to digest. I have recovered from binge eating but still struggle with overeating & these two can present themselves very similar in my life. She has helped me really understand my brain more. Thank you Martha for your extraordinary, mind-shifting content. I adore you & will consider working with you on the future. You’re a genius goddess!

JFG2M ,

Practical yet playful

I have been listening to the podcast for a few months. In fact, I am starting to replace binge eating with binge listening, and it is a welcome substitution. This comes after decades grappling with disordered eating and many attempts to overcome the social and psychological fallout, in addition to the physical repercussions, of that behavior. What I most appreciate from Martha is the informed perspective, the concrete and practical approach, and the invitation to enter into creative dialogue openly and respectfully with the behavior. Listening to each episode feels like sharing intimacies with a trusted and knowing friend. There are a lot of podcasts available to people who struggle with binge eating. Not all of them are hosted by someone with such a lovely speaking voice; her down-to-earth authenticity makes her a compassionate mentor. I feel safe on the journey because, as she would say, she’s “holding the space” for me. As a poet, I also greatly appreciate Martha’s lyricism. She talks straight but also peppers her delivery with playful metaphor, engaging storytelling, catchy rhythms and rhymes, and honest soulfulness. Style aside, the scientific content regarding brain chemistry is presented in an accessible way. And she doesn’t oversell her product; although coaching service is a wonderful way to build on the information presented in the podcast, the episodes never feel like a product pitch. My only word of caution would be the occasional use of adult language or subject matter that some sensitive individuals could deem suitable only for a mature audience. All in all, this is a valuable resource with premium content worthy of subscription if you or someone you know has an issue with binge eating. One last suggestion: listen with your journal close by so that you can jot down the thoughtful questions, affirmations, and visualization exercises she offers.

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