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Sweet Little Lies - Overcoming Sugar Addiction with Karly Randolph Pitman

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Karly Randolph Pitman helps men and women build an inner refuge to outgrow compulsive food behaviors like binge eating, sugar addiction, overeating, and weight and body obsession, what she calls growing human(kind)ness.

Karly’s passion stems from her personal challenges with ADD, addiction, anxiety and depression, including a 20 year struggle with bulimia, binge eating disorder, and sugar addiction. Her desire to deeply understand – and transform – her eating disorders led her to a decades long study of spirituality, neuroscience, and developmental psychology.

Growing human(kind)ness is a developmental approach that heals the roots of food compulsion. Rather than merely controlling or “cutting out” the compulsive behavior, with growing human(kind)ness, you outgrow your need for it by creating an internal refuge and supporting neuroplasticity.

Karly’s the author of several books and programs, including the best selling Overcoming Sugar Addiction, Overcoming Sugar Addiction for Life, The 30 Day Lift, Heal Overeating: Untangled, and Heal Your Body Image. Her newest program, When Food is Your Mother, launched at the end of January, and was met with tremendous enthusiasm.

Karly works with clients in small groups, speaks to organizations, and leads a select number of retreats. Although she studied psychology and communication at Vanderbilt University, her eating disorders and struggles with depression have been her greatest teachers. Her passion for understanding food addiction stems from her direct experience of the pain that drives compulsive behavior.

Karly’s primary website: www.growinghumankindness.com

Toll-free number: 888-297-7076

Email: help@growinghumankindness.com

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