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Separate the Love From the Sugar

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Somehow holidays and special family times seem to revolve around sugar and processed foods more than ever. Tonight learn along with me how to separate the love we share with our kids through candy canes, fudge, sugar cookies, pies, and candy into the real love of relationships, memories, and joy of the season. Karly Randolph Pitman is the founder of First Ourselves, which gives women self-care tools to stop binge eating, heal from sugar addiction, and create a positive body image. At firstourselves.com, you can sign up for the Kick Your Sugar Habit course, download Karly's ebooks, Overcoming Sugar Addiction, and Heal Your Body Image, and join the First Ourselves sisterhood, a special online community, to get off the food-diet-body image roller coaster. You can also sign up for quarterly newsletters or follow First Ourselves on Facebook, where Karly offers weekly tips to create a physically, emotionally and spiritually nourishing life. Karly's interest in healing food and body image issues stems from her lifelong struggle with food and beauty. Her own journey out of sugar addiction and a negative body image inspired the launch of First Ourselves in 2006. It is her belief that every woman deserves a joyful life free from the suffering of food and body stuff. Self-care is the pathway to joy. Karly’s appeared in dozens of TV, radio interviews and podcasts, including ABC, KGO, the largest talk radio station in the country, and What Really Matters, the most popular parenting and family podcast on itunes. Her work has also been featured on Yahoo, Yahoo Shine!, Beliefnet, the Huffington Post, and on top 100 blogs. Karly is a voracious reader, a seeker, a yogi, and a lover of art and culture. She loves being a brunette, an extrovert, a busy mom, and a girly-girl who loves Project Runway. When she’s not fantasizing about her next trip to the beach, she lives with her family in Montana.

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