On a daily basis, I pause, put my hand on my chest and whisper, “I will not make war against my own heart.” I have many opportunities to practice, as I make many mistakes. Each time, I want to jump on myself. Each time, I choose: do I judge myself or let it go? This is an act of courage for me, as it goes against ingrained habits of beating myself up. It’s an opening, an embracing of all of life; an embracing of all of me. It is unconditional love. It’s not easy. The mind loves to judge. To… Read more.
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Karly Randolph Pitman
Karly Randolph Pitman helps folks create ease and peace in their relationship with sugar and food. Rather than managing behavior or learning strategies to control your cravings, Karly's "heart over binge" approach heals the roots of food compulsions through loving relationship, grieving, compassion, and connection.
She calls this path growing human(kind)ness. Growing human(kind)ness arose from her own 20 year struggle with multiple eating disorders, and a lifelong wrestling match with depression.
She's the author of several books and courses, including the best selling Overcoming Sugar Addiction, When Food is Your Mother, Overcoming Sugar Addiction for Life, The 30 Day Lift, and Heal Overeating: Untangled. You can learn more about her courses and classes and find lots of free resources on growinghumankindness.com. Known for her compassion and insight, Karly's mission is to help others feel their belonging, know their goodness, and rest in love.
Karly lives in Austin, Texas with her husband, Patrick, and four children.
For more information, please visit growinghumankindness.com.
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