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Here are a selection of biographies of Karly, in short and long form, for your use:
A short bio:
Karly Randolph Pitman is an author, mother, and teacher who helps people foster a change of heart – a new way of seeing, and a new way of relating – to sugar, food and body struggles.
A long bio:
Karly Randolph Pitman is an author, mother, and teacher who helps people foster a change of heart – a new way of seeing, and a new way of relating – to sugar, food and body struggles. She calls this mercy growing human(kind)ness.
Growing human(kind)ness arose out of her own experience with 20 years of eating disorders and a life long wrestling match with anxiety and depression.
Karly’s the author of several books and courses, including Overcoming Sugar Addiction, When Food is Your Mother, The 30 Day Lift, and Heal Overeating: Untangled. Known for her compassion, insight, and gentleness, her deeper mission is to nurture a world where we no longer hate or shame our very humanity.
Karly lives in Austin, Texas and Montana with her husband and four children.
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Karly is a seasoned media guest and has appeared in dozens of interviews, including ABC, WLAC, KCBQ, WBAI, and KGO, the largest talk radio station in the country. She’s been a regular guest on many popular podcasts, including The Livin’ La Vida Low Carb show, Fat Burning Man, Live.Love.Eat, Make Shift Happen, and What Really Matters, the most popular parenting podcast on iTunes.
Karly was also featured in the weight loss film, The Inner Weigh (2010).
Featured on MSN, Yahoo!, Yahoo! Shine, Beliefnet.com, The Huffington Post, Zen Habits and The Happiness Project, Karly’s insights have helped thousands find greater mercy in their relationship with sugar and food.
Karly is consistently praised for her passion, energy, and expertise. Her voice is regularly described as radio-quality and “soothing.”
“A true gem! Honesty combined with vast knowledge makes her an outstanding guest.
She gave the listening audience hope that they could overcome addiction.” – Kelly Cappasola, Executive Producer, Forever Young Radio
“You have a voice made for radio.” – Jimmy Moore, host, Livin’ La Vida Low Carb show
“You’re one of our all time favorite guests.” – Vicky and Jen, hosts, What Really Matters
“You’re Oprah level quality.” – Michael Collins, film producer