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The complete program for mastering your "hanger," from mindful-eating pioneer Dr. Susan Albers -- with 45 tips to turn hanger into happiness. It happens to all of us. One minute you're happily going about your day, and a few seconds later you're a snappy, illogical version of yourself. The culprit? Hanger. We're living busier lives than ever before, and when we forget to The complete program for mastering your "hanger," from mindful-eating pioneer Dr. Susan Albers -- with 45 tips to turn hanger into happiness. It happens to all of us. One minute you're happily going about your day, and a few seconds later you're a snappy, illogical version of yourself. The culprit? Hanger. We're living busier lives than ever before, and when we forget to eat -- or accidentally overeat -- hunger can make us angry, unreasonable, and dull, with big impacts on our emotional and psychological well being. And hanger can become a cycle. When we get too hungry, we're more likely to make food decisions we regret, which sets us up for another hanger crash later on. The good news: when we make better decisions about food, we think more clearly, connect better in our relationships, and improve our performance. Hanger Management is the book that can help you break this cycle and create healthy habits that fuel and empower you. In Hanger Management, New York Times bestselling author and clinical psychologist Susan Albers sheds light on the causes of hanger, and shares 45 of her best tips for managing it well. By learning to stay on top of your hunger cues, cultivating a better understanding of your appetite, and creating a better overall relationship with food, you'll become happier -- and healthier -- for life.


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The complete program for mastering your "hanger," from mindful-eating pioneer Dr. Susan Albers -- with 45 tips to turn hanger into happiness. It happens to all of us. One minute you're happily going about your day, and a few seconds later you're a snappy, illogical version of yourself. The culprit? Hanger. We're living busier lives than ever before, and when we forget to The complete program for mastering your "hanger," from mindful-eating pioneer Dr. Susan Albers -- with 45 tips to turn hanger into happiness. It happens to all of us. One minute you're happily going about your day, and a few seconds later you're a snappy, illogical version of yourself. The culprit? Hanger. We're living busier lives than ever before, and when we forget to eat -- or accidentally overeat -- hunger can make us angry, unreasonable, and dull, with big impacts on our emotional and psychological well being. And hanger can become a cycle. When we get too hungry, we're more likely to make food decisions we regret, which sets us up for another hanger crash later on. The good news: when we make better decisions about food, we think more clearly, connect better in our relationships, and improve our performance. Hanger Management is the book that can help you break this cycle and create healthy habits that fuel and empower you. In Hanger Management, New York Times bestselling author and clinical psychologist Susan Albers sheds light on the causes of hanger, and shares 45 of her best tips for managing it well. By learning to stay on top of your hunger cues, cultivating a better understanding of your appetite, and creating a better overall relationship with food, you'll become happier -- and healthier -- for life.

30 review for Hanger Management: Master Your Hunger and Improve Your Mood, Mind, and Relationships

  1. 4 out of 5

    Patty (IheartYA)

    Useful information and well written. The structure of this book helped to present the information in an engaging way. The diagrams were very helpful. I've lost a lot of weight but gain some back due to medications and health conditions. I'd like to buy a print copy of this book as I think it will be very helpful in reminding me to be mindful when eating. Thank you to netgalley for an e-arc to review.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Yodamom

    I thought it was a lot of baloney in the beginning. Come on people grow up and stop acting out, geesh. Hangry, that word drove me nuts, still does to be honest. I read this book slowly thinking it was just another weird fad diet thing. The first 1/4 of this book left me thinking, oh not this again, same old same old. The author told stories about people losing. it while hungry. I really was in disbelief. Then about two week later I put on a pair of pants that were tight normally, they were loose I thought it was a lot of baloney in the beginning. Come on people grow up and stop acting out, geesh. Hangry, that word drove me nuts, still does to be honest. I read this book slowly thinking it was just another weird fad diet thing. The first 1/4 of this book left me thinking, oh not this again, same old same old. The author told stories about people losing. it while hungry. I really was in disbelief. Then about two week later I put on a pair of pants that were tight normally, they were loose ! Okay so maybe some of the mindful eating and hangry stuff got in my head and it was working. There is nothing complicated, or even really new, it was the way she presented it, it stuck. I found myself chewing more, thinking about what I was eating, when and even why. Dang I wasn't even reading this book to lose weight I was just interested. I give it five stars for it's subliminal working powers, but I have to subtract one for the first 1/4 or rambling stories.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Gary Anderson

    This isn't a book about organizing your closet. Despite the awkward title, in Hanger Management author Susan Albers explains many useful, practical, and fairly easy ways to eat more mindfully to close the gap between eating and emotions. Some of the linguistic trappings are too cutesy by half though. I would have preferred more straightforward language and fewer acronyms, exclamation points, and wordplay attempts. All in all, I'm glad I read this book, and I know it will stick with me.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Ashlyn

    Alright, so the good about this book is its insightful and set-up as a self-help book that deals with your eating habits, go figure! Haha. The author Susan Albers captures the "Hanger" part of this book in a beautiful way and I especially love that the author works at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. I don't get to read too many books dealing with my stomping grounds. I loved the breakdown of the 10 types of Hangry People i matched with a few categories which i am unsure if its normal or Alright, so the good about this book is its insightful and set-up as a self-help book that deals with your eating habits, go figure! Haha. The author Susan Albers captures the "Hanger" part of this book in a beautiful way and I especially love that the author works at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. I don't get to read too many books dealing with my stomping grounds. I loved the breakdown of the 10 types of Hangry People i matched with a few categories which i am unsure if its normal or not I guess it just really depends on the day and its activities. Lets see: the categories I matched with are as follows: Too busy to eat, Too much mindless eating, Too much change, and Too stressed out. There is just so many wonderful sections and each one is surprisingly helpful and NO its not a diet book it is simply a book that teaches you to be a mindful eater. Susan also has a website she frequently introduces and encourages us to visit for more great information. I wont include it in here because that would be considered a spoiler. You'll just have to read the book to find out, Lastly, i cant criticize this book because upon reading and reviewing and grasping the information it was both gramatically correct and very understandable. Personally,I love self-help books as it is. Definitely worth checking out!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Arkans -

    With simple tips and tricks, Hanger Management makes mindful eating easy to understand and implement. This is a wonderful book for anyone who struggles with their relationship with food. Thank you to NetGalley for my copy of this book in exchange for my honest review.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Viktoriya

    I should preface my review by stating that I normally do not read self-help books and especially food-related self-help books. I am not even sure what possessed me to read this one. Maybe it was the title or maybe the cover (who can say "no" to an angry apple, after all?) In a sense, I am glad I read this since I did learn something, but it also solidified that I really do NOT like self-help books. There is no doubt that Susan Albers did her research (it is, after all, her profession). This book I should preface my review by stating that I normally do not read self-help books and especially food-related self-help books. I am not even sure what possessed me to read this one. Maybe it was the title or maybe the cover (who can say "no" to an angry apple, after all?) In a sense, I am glad I read this since I did learn something, but it also solidified that I really do NOT like self-help books. There is no doubt that Susan Albers did her research (it is, after all, her profession). This book is chuck full of facts and references to this scientific study or that. I was glad that right away she told the reader that this is NOT a diet book. She doesn't tell you what you should or should not eat for breakfast, lunch or dinner. In fact, she tells you that you can eat anything you want. Her only caveat is THINK about it. Be mindful of WHAT you eat, WHEN you eat, and most importantly, HOW food makes you feel after you consumed it. WHY are you craving that ice cream in the middle of the night? Could it be that you are bored or exhausted, or maybe you are just thirsty instead? She breaks down her book into multiple subsections, which would make it really easy to go back and find specific information in the future. There are some practical tips as well. Some of them were news to me. For example, I never knew that you can make tea out of a banana, or that said tea can actually make you fall asleep faster. Another interesting tip was that she suggests eating oatmeal at night as it can also make you fall asleep faster. I was somewhat floored by it since I have always associated oatmeal with breakfast and the energy it can bring in the morning. Not sure how I feel about that yet. As this all self-help books, it will only be good as your own commitment to follow through on tips and tricks. I think I will be dipping in and out of this book in the future.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Brianna Miller

    I really appreciate the opportunity I was given to read and review this book (I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my review). Unfortunately, I did not find the book to be quite what I was expecting. While it did offer tips to combat "hanger", it could've been summarized into a 30 page book instead of a 200+ page book. Once I got through the introductory chapters, the bulk of the book followed the same formula: explain a study that was done, provide a tip. Over and over and over I really appreciate the opportunity I was given to read and review this book (I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my review). Unfortunately, I did not find the book to be quite what I was expecting. While it did offer tips to combat "hanger", it could've been summarized into a 30 page book instead of a 200+ page book. Once I got through the introductory chapters, the bulk of the book followed the same formula: explain a study that was done, provide a tip. Over and over and over again. It felt repetitious and boring. While it did offer some physiological explanations of what happens to cause hanger, it didn't explain it as much as I had hoped. I also felt that the book suggested some tips that aren't necessarily healthy (such as drinking fruit juice). I also think that given the format of the book, it would've helped quite a bit to have some charts at the end summarizing/listing all of the tips. Giving me 40+ tips over the course of 200 pages wasn't especially helpful and makes it challenging to easily go back through when I want to try some of the tips offered. That all being said, I do think there were some good suggestions in this book and definitely some tips that I'll try. I did not read anything particularly groundbreaking, however, and felt that I could just as easily get these tips from a magazine article without all the excess fluff.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Natalyn Houk

    A Game Changer "Hanger Management" by Dr. Susan Albers is a real game changer. How many times have you caught yourself eating too much, too little, or the wrong things and then feeling crabby or crappy for the next however many hours? Albers has been there and this is her response. Full of realistic tips and ticks, Albers creates a manageable path to get your eating back on track. The biggest thing I loved about this book is the practicality of it. Albers does great work here by giving lots of A Game Changer "Hanger Management" by Dr. Susan Albers is a real game changer. How many times have you caught yourself eating too much, too little, or the wrong things and then feeling crabby or crappy for the next however many hours? Albers has been there and this is her response. Full of realistic tips and ticks, Albers creates a manageable path to get your eating back on track. The biggest thing I loved about this book is the practicality of it. Albers does great work here by giving lots of tips and tricks specific to different eating struggles each individual might have. She also gives a lot of options, so if one tip isn't your thing, there are other options. These fixes are flexible, not the only option. I also love that Albers doesn't hate on food. She loves food, just like everyone else. You can have chocolate and pizza and all the unhealthy stuff, just in a more mindful way. It's interesting how much of eating is actually mental. If we change the way we think about food, we change the way we eat food. Overall, I think this book is excellent. It made me realize that I have choices of food, but really it's all about my mindfulness with food. I definitely have a more diverse grocery list for next week. 5 stars from me!

  9. 4 out of 5

    Coco

    Being hangry is nothing new to me and it's something that I catch myself doing constantly aka affecting other people with this. I blame not eating when I should to being tied up at work, not going grocery shopping when I should and planning my meals, etc. There always seems to be an excuse. Reading the excerpt for this book really drew me in because I realized how real this issue was beyond a joke for loads of people... not just me. It all comes to making better choices and being intentional with Being hangry is nothing new to me and it's something that I catch myself doing constantly aka affecting other people with this. I blame not eating when I should to being tied up at work, not going grocery shopping when I should and planning my meals, etc. There always seems to be an excuse. Reading the excerpt for this book really drew me in because I realized how real this issue was beyond a joke for loads of people... not just me. It all comes to making better choices and being intentional with preparation, all these suggestions leads to a balanced, happier lifestyle. It also was really poignant about the type of anger I assert against people when I am hangry. How do I end up pushing other people's buttons when the problem has nothing to do with them and honestly, everything to do with me. There is self-healing and self-love in that statement -- it's not a blame game though it reads as such. I felt like this book dived into the deeper meanings behind how we treat the people around us, the emotions we feel when we deprive ourselves of our basic essential needs, and how to properly overcome those things.

  10. 5 out of 5

    Greysi Reyes

    This book is amazing very well written, I really like the concept, This book has incredibly useful tips and info about eating mindfully. A new way to look at food and enjoy yourself. I received this book from the bookishfirst giveaways and was interested in the title and the writer's description of the book, the cover is also very appealing since I'm one of those that judges the book by the cover and let me tell y'all that I think I even lost some weight in the way, and it's been like 2 weeks at This book is amazing very well written, I really like the concept, This book has incredibly useful tips and info about eating mindfully. A new way to look at food and enjoy yourself. I received this book from the bookishfirst giveaways and was interested in the title and the writer's description of the book, the cover is also very appealing since I'm one of those that judges the book by the cover🤦🏻‍♀️🤷🏻‍♀️ and let me tell y'all that I think I even lost some weight in the way, and it's been like 2 weeks at most. Im really pleased. I highly recommend all of you thinking of living a healthy lifestyle or going on a diet to get this book or even just because, I wasn't planning on doing either and it's unbelievable how far I've become and how good I feel. This is a God's sent. It took me so long to write a review because I had so many things to say that i didn't know where to start. Lots of thanks to the author Susan Albers for the amazing job she did.

  11. 4 out of 5

    Angie

    This is a handy guide for how to eat more mindfully and how to avoid hanger. I appreciated understanding the scientific aspect of how hanger happens, and it was interesting to read about all the reasons that might cause us to reach for food. For example, stress eating wasn't something I'd expected to be covered in this book, but I am glad it was and will make use of the tips to prevent it in the future. I liked that this book isn't about making huge changes in your life, but it encourages you to This is a handy guide for how to eat more mindfully and how to avoid hanger. I appreciated understanding the scientific aspect of how hanger happens, and it was interesting to read about all the reasons that might cause us to reach for food. For example, stress eating wasn't something I'd expected to be covered in this book, but I am glad it was and will make use of the tips to prevent it in the future. I liked that this book isn't about making huge changes in your life, but it encourages you to analyze your habits and how they affect your body. Then, if necessary, little changes can be made. And you don't have to give up your favorite foods! The suggestions in this book seemed doable, and I've put some in practice already. I've already talked to some friends and family members about this book, and I would recommend it not only to those who get hangry, but to anyone looking to get their eating habits under control.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Shilo Quetchenbach

    This was an easy, surprisingly enjoyable read with a lot of useful tips on how to eat more mindfully. I plan to go back to it armed with sticky tabs to mark particularly relevant passages and tips. The first section is devoted to all of the traps and habits that can trip you up and lead to hanger. Each is illustrated with a story. In some ways this is good, because it gives concrete examples, but it also gets a little repetitive and just long. The second section dives into Albers' solution to This was an easy, surprisingly enjoyable read with a lot of useful tips on how to eat more mindfully. I plan to go back to it armed with sticky tabs to mark particularly relevant passages and tips. The first section is devoted to all of the traps and habits that can trip you up and lead to hanger. Each is illustrated with a story. In some ways this is good, because it gives concrete examples, but it also gets a little repetitive and just long. The second section dives into Albers' solution to hanger: mindful eating. There are illustrative stories and numerous tips to help one achieve mindful eating. In some ways I'd heard a lot of them before, but I found it more impactful to have them all collected in one place so that I really had to think about what it means to eat mindfully. Thanks to Bookishfirst and the publisher for sending me this book to review

  13. 4 out of 5

    Mom_Loves_Reading

    "Hanger Management" came into my life at a perfect time. Trying to change my way of eating and not be so dependant on carbohydrates left me somewhat hungry in the beginning and because of said hunger, grumpy, moody, tired and sullen at times. (aka: Hangry) Two other members of my household are in dire need of a legit Hanger Management therapy group. This book was quite eye-opening and educational, as well as interesting and very useful. The book helps you focus on mindful eating, proper eating "Hanger Management" came into my life at a perfect time. Trying to change my way of eating and not be so dependant on carbohydrates left me somewhat hungry in the beginning and because of said hunger, grumpy, moody, tired and sullen at times. (aka: Hangry) Two other members of my household are in dire need of a legit Hanger Management therapy group. This book was quite eye-opening and educational, as well as interesting and very useful. The book helps you focus on mindful eating, proper eating to stay satiated, and how what we lack in nutrients can cause tiredness, moodswings, grumpiness, amongst other unwelcome feelings. "Hanger Management: Master Your Hunger and Improve Your Mood, Mind, and Relationships" is very insightful, thought-provoking and will teach you something I guarantee you didn't know already.

  14. 5 out of 5

    murderino.booklover

    Dr. Albers has some interesting theory will help a lot of people that struggle with Hanger Management. Her writing style is great and uses real life examples in her own personal life as well as clients. She has WONDERFUL tips on how to eat more mindfully and what types of food help reduce stress, increase energy or induce sleep. I mean top of the line WONDERFUL suggestions. I personally cannot wait to try some. I did not 100% agree with some of her theories. I personallynwver regret eating food. Dr. Albers has some interesting theory will help a lot of people that struggle with Hanger Management. Her writing style is great and uses real life examples in her own personal life as well as clients. She has WONDERFUL tips on how to eat more mindfully and what types of food help reduce stress, increase energy or induce sleep. I mean top of the line WONDERFUL suggestions. I personally cannot wait to try some. I did not 100% agree with some of her theories. I personallynwver regret eating food. Especially after being Hangry. If anything I feel better relieved and amazing once I eat. I don't eat the best. But just because it is not true for me does not mean it's not true for others. And at the end of the day this book has a ton of great suggestions, steps, ideas, and tools to increase mindful eating and reducing being hangry.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Ann Petralia

    I have never read any of Dr. Albers' books but I really enjoyed the approach she took with this book. It had enough humor in it to keep it interesting and was laid out in a easy way to read and understand. I've read a lot of diet books, and most of them all are the same to be honest. Eat this, don't eat that, exercise more, blah blah blah. This book examples why you get HANGRY and how to fix it and come up with creative ways to eat so that you aren't always reaching for the quickest thing that is I have never read any of Dr. Albers' books but I really enjoyed the approach she took with this book. It had enough humor in it to keep it interesting and was laid out in a easy way to read and understand. I've read a lot of diet books, and most of them all are the same to be honest. Eat this, don't eat that, exercise more, blah blah blah. This book examples why you get HANGRY and how to fix it and come up with creative ways to eat so that you aren't always reaching for the quickest thing that is near you (which is usually the least healthy thing). This one is more about eating for your mood and how to master mindful eating. If you are looking for a diet book that says "eat this and this" then this is not really for you, but it you are looking for a practical approach, this is the perfect book for you!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Cat Roule

    Dr. Susan Albers does a really great job writing about the causes and effects that eating improperly does. I have trouble especially since I have Celiac Disease and have limited options for snacking. I am also a big time stress eater, which is horrible especially if I grab high sugar or high carb foods. I tend to feel better for a while, then suddenly feel a lot worse. Dr. Albers explains ways to control and how to break this cycle. I have just started following her advice and can already feel Dr. Susan Albers does a really great job writing about the causes and effects that eating improperly does. I have trouble especially since I have Celiac Disease and have limited options for snacking. I am also a big time stress eater, which is horrible especially if I grab high sugar or high carb foods. I tend to feel better for a while, then suddenly feel a lot worse. Dr. Albers explains ways to control and how to break this cycle. I have just started following her advice and can already feel the difference! She gives 45 different kinds of ideas to turn around your hanger moments. Each has questions and answers to help different types of personalities. Good book with a great cover. If you are ready to feel better, read this book! Thank you to Bookish First, and Little, Brown Spark for the advanced copy!!

  17. 4 out of 5

    Nicole

    Hangry? Me?? No way!! Do you sense the sarcasm?!? This except truly identifies the types of situations/mentality’s that create hanger and it is eye opening! I was able to immediately categorize several areas that I could make progress with my own issues with being hangry! I enjoyed the way it broke down the different categories and situations, but didn’t feel like you were reading for your gen ed classes in college. It was kept interesting and allowed me to laugh at some of my ridiculous Hangry? Me?? No way!! Do you sense the sarcasm?!? This except truly identifies the types of situations/mentality’s that create hanger and it is eye opening! I was able to immediately categorize several areas that I could make progress with my own issues with being hangry! I enjoyed the way it broke down the different categories and situations, but didn’t feel like you were reading for your gen ed classes in college. It was kept interesting and allowed me to laugh at some of my ridiculous reactions to being hungry!! I didn’t feel judged, but able to recognize ways to avoid this reaction later which my husband, family and coworkers will all appreciate in the long run! So thanks for the insight! I’m going to go eat dinner and be happy person instead of hangry!

  18. 4 out of 5

    Rushaunda Diaz

    Okay, so the good about this book is its insightful and set-up as a self-help book that deals with your eating habits, go figure! Haha. The author Susan Albers captures the "Hanger" part of this book in a beautiful way and I especially love that the author works at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. I don't get to read too many books dealing with my stomping grounds. I loved the breakdown of the 10 types of Hangry People i matched with a few categories which i am unsure if its normal or Okay, so the good about this book is its insightful and set-up as a self-help book that deals with your eating habits, go figure! Haha. The author Susan Albers captures the "Hanger" part of this book in a beautiful way and I especially love that the author works at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland, Ohio. I don't get to read too many books dealing with my stomping grounds. I loved the breakdown of the 10 types of Hangry People i matched with a few categories which i am unsure if its normal or not I guess it just really depends on the day and its activities. I definitely recommend this book for people into food/nutrition/eating habits as well as disorders. It's worth it.

  19. 5 out of 5

    Taryn

    My initial interest for this book was in fun because both my boyfriend and my teenage daughter tend to get very hangry. I was thrilled to win and immediately dug in upon receipt. This book is just as my title states: fun and informative. What is most helpful is the breakdown of this book. Often times non-fiction books can be difficult to read and absorb because the layout tends to drag on. This, however, is the exact opposite. The advice given in this book is specific to the type of person you My initial interest for this book was in fun because both my boyfriend and my teenage daughter tend to get very hangry. I was thrilled to win and immediately dug in upon receipt. This book is just as my title states: fun and informative. What is most helpful is the breakdown of this book. Often times non-fiction books can be difficult to read and absorb because the layout tends to drag on. This, however, is the exact opposite. The advice given in this book is specific to the type of person you are and/or the adjustments you desire to make with certain food items/ingredients. I find this to be one of the best diet and mindful books I have read. It will definitely be one that I continue to reference in the future.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Kindra | kindrareads

    Dr. Albers created a simple program to help curb those “hanger” (hungry and angry) events we’ve all experienced. Not only does she address many issues and situations that often lead to hanger, but she reminds readers how hanger events can negatively affect relationships and performance. It is worth the time it takes to work through this book and consider your existing habit patterns. While guiding readers through pattern assessment, Albers also includes strategies for making positive changes to Dr. Albers created a simple program to help curb those “hanger” (hungry and angry) events we’ve all experienced. Not only does she address many issues and situations that often lead to hanger, but she reminds readers how hanger events can negatively affect relationships and performance. It is worth the time it takes to work through this book and consider your existing habit patterns. While guiding readers through pattern assessment, Albers also includes strategies for making positive changes to turn “Hangry to Happy” in numerous situations. Overall, I felt that the delivery was a little dry, but the content was insightful. This book is worth the read if you’re aware that the way you fuel your body affects your mood and behaviors, but are looking for tips to make positive changes.

  21. 4 out of 5

    Marisol

    The cover of the book is both cute and interesting because of the little fruit who is angry, more like hangry. Knowing that this book is for wellness I knew I wanted to give it a shot. I love cooking and I know I get frustrated when hungry. So while reading through the sample excerpt, I recognized that yes this does happen to all of us whether we notice it or not. Some of the pointers onto who and which types of anger comes with being hungry. I noticed how some of my close people relate to it. The cover of the book is both cute and interesting because of the little fruit who is angry, more like hangry. Knowing that this book is for wellness I knew I wanted to give it a shot. I love cooking and I know I get frustrated when hungry. So while reading through the sample excerpt, I recognized that yes this does happen to all of us whether we notice it or not. Some of the pointers onto who and which types of anger comes with being hungry. I noticed how some of my close people relate to it. This is a great book because it is not pooling fun, it’s a real thing that can help you feel better through out the day. If we all choose to make better choices when it comes to eating more or less, it helps with being a happier person. I need to finish reading this book !

  22. 5 out of 5

    Christine

    This book takes it to the next level and shows all the different personalities one has when they are beyond hungry and become hangry in life ! The tips and tricks that you learn in this book are really helpful tools for the future of your better eating habits ! Keep your mind sharper and your health happier by sticking to these wonderful lifestyle changes provided in this book and you will feel sharper and more ready to conquer the world ! Eating better boosts your mood and gives you more energy This book takes it to the next level and shows all the different personalities one has when they are beyond hungry and become hangry in life ! The tips and tricks that you learn in this book are really helpful tools for the future of your better eating habits ! Keep your mind sharper and your health happier by sticking to these wonderful lifestyle changes provided in this book and you will feel sharper and more ready to conquer the world ! Eating better boosts your mood and gives you more energy and keeps your mind sharp ! It’s sounds like it simply is mind over matter train tour mind to put the right foods into your body and you will live a healthier lifestyle and all the tips and tricks in this book will get you on the way to a healthier lifestyle

  23. 5 out of 5

    Nick

    If you're searching for a self-help book that will not preach to you, this is a good bet. It is about understanding and better managing your hunger with helpful pointers, then Hanger Management is the one for you. Dr. Susan Albers has a unique way to explain and handle hunger and improve your mind, mood and relationships in the process. Furthermore, this book was written in simple language and easy to relate to style that won't bog the reader down with long-winded explanations. Instead, Hanger If you're searching for a self-help book that will not preach to you, this is a good bet. It is about understanding and better managing your hunger with helpful pointers, then Hanger Management is the one for you. Dr. Susan Albers has a unique way to explain and handle hunger and improve your mind, mood and relationships in the process. Furthermore, this book was written in simple language and easy to relate to style that won't bog the reader down with long-winded explanations. Instead, Hanger Management comes across more as a friend to friend and informal sort of writing style that is easy to read and follow. Anyone trying to get healthy and manage their weight would love the eating tips in here to keep the body nourished properly.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Kalyn

    I constantly deal with Hanger especially when swamped at work and either don't have time to go get a snack I packed or there are no snacks at my desk. You are instantly relating to the Hanger scenario even when the author does not mention a detailed event, because everyone has multiple Hanger memories. The way the author writes does not belittle or lecture the reader, but is more like a concerned friend giving the reader advice -- similar to Rachel Hollis or Mark Manson self help books. This I constantly deal with Hanger especially when swamped at work and either don't have time to go get a snack I packed or there are no snacks at my desk. You are instantly relating to the Hanger scenario even when the author does not mention a detailed event, because everyone has multiple Hanger memories. The way the author writes does not belittle or lecture the reader, but is more like a concerned friend giving the reader advice -- similar to Rachel Hollis or Mark Manson self help books. This author will make you self reflect and think about your actions. The phrase "Help you beat the Hanger", made me realise this might be a book I never knew I needed in my life and therefore a book I will recommend over and over to those hangry monsters in my life.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Renee (The B-Roll)

    This was such an informative book and I loved reading it. I think that it is easy to forget about what hunger means and the fact that there is almost always something underlying hunger. This book really helped me understand hunger and eating and the emotions and feelings that may also be associated with hunger. I liked reading this book and thinking about the deeper meanings of emotions and feelings; it is nice to be reminded to think about myself and my feelings rather than focus on something This was such an informative book and I loved reading it. I think that it is easy to forget about what hunger means and the fact that there is almost always something underlying hunger. This book really helped me understand hunger and eating and the emotions and feelings that may also be associated with hunger. I liked reading this book and thinking about the deeper meanings of emotions and feelings; it is nice to be reminded to think about myself and my feelings rather than focus on something that almost feels external at times. I would highly recommend this book and everything that it teaches us about hunger, self love, self help, feelings, and emotions. I really learned a lot from this book!!

  26. 5 out of 5

    Debra

    This was an informative self-help book. It is very focused on mindful eating. I thought I was familiar with mindful eating but this book takes it to a new level. I gave it four stars because I thought there was a lot of unnecessary commentary at the beginning of the book. It took too long to get to the tips and useful information. There were more personal stories than I prefer. However, the book was well written and had bold print and diagrams for important information making it easier to skim This was an informative self-help book. It is very focused on mindful eating. I thought I was familiar with mindful eating but this book takes it to a new level. I gave it four stars because I thought there was a lot of unnecessary commentary at the beginning of the book. It took too long to get to the tips and useful information. There were more personal stories than I prefer. However, the book was well written and had bold print and diagrams for important information making it easier to skim through the unnecessary information. I loved the travel tips for eating healthy. There was also a suggestion for banana tea to help induce sleep. Overall, I would recommend this book to anyone wanting to break their mindless eating habits. I received this galley from NetGalley.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Renn

    The book Hanger Management is quite insightful and a good self help book. The author had some great and practical tips on how to eat mindfully and nutritiously to help control terrible mood swings. Eating well (real food vs. processed food), creates a positive mood. She gave many tricks on how to keep your body healthy which in turn creates a happier life. It is a practical guide on how to choose the best foods that create the best moods. She provides great tools to end mindless eating, and The book Hanger Management is quite insightful and a good self help book. The author had some great and practical tips on how to eat mindfully and nutritiously to help control terrible mood swings. Eating well (real food vs. processed food), creates a positive mood. She gave many tricks on how to keep your body healthy which in turn creates a happier life. It is a practical guide on how to choose the best foods that create the best moods. She provides great tools to end mindless eating, and explains how our appetite isn't the same as hunger. It was a wonderful informative book with an eye-catching cover. It was a great read that I would recommend to anyone who struggles with hanger management!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Ursula Heinrich

    The book Hanger Management is full of wonderful ways to not experience that feeling when you have not nourished. We get cranky and out of sorts. The reading flowed with amazingly practical approaches to everything from mastering hunger to improving relationships. You will be surprised at how easy it is to start a healthy eating plan. Hanger Management takes the mystery out of what should we eat and when. The world keeps us going with little time to think about food. That is why you should The book Hanger Management is full of wonderful ways to not experience that feeling when you have not nourished. We get cranky and out of sorts. The reading flowed with amazingly practical approaches to everything from mastering hunger to improving relationships. You will be surprised at how easy it is to start a healthy eating plan. Hanger Management takes the mystery out of what should we eat and when. The world keeps us going with little time to think about food. That is why you should purchase this book. You might not even know that you are mindless eating foods that are leaving you empty which leads to Hanger. Take the advice within the book and you will be on your way to happy and avoid hanger.

  29. 5 out of 5

    Purple Banana

    I've never been one for self-help books, or anything remotely close to that genre, so I was a bit hesitant when I got this book. No question, this book definitely applies to me, as I tend to get irritable when hungry. On some occasions, my hunger has driven me to the brink of tears when the situation gets out of hand. I must say, I was delightfully surprised after reading this book. It was informative and entertaining to read. Dr. Albers was witty and humorous in a way that made her methods I've never been one for self-help books, or anything remotely close to that genre, so I was a bit hesitant when I got this book. No question, this book definitely applies to me, as I tend to get irritable when hungry. On some occasions, my hunger has driven me to the brink of tears when the situation gets out of hand. I must say, I was delightfully surprised after reading this book. It was informative and entertaining to read. Dr. Albers was witty and humorous in a way that made her methods resonate with me. Unfortunately, I was disappointed in the cover, as angry apples don't really seem to fit in or grab a passerby's attention. Although it is unlikely, Dr. Albers's book makes me more inclined to read more books of this genre.

  30. 5 out of 5

    Marsha Cicerchia Gutierrez

    The positives of this book: Helpful reminders, good tips to enact mindful eating, recognizing the mind/body connection, discussing the importance of water intake, and not prescribing a specific 'diet' or foods to eat/avoid all together. The drawbacks of this book: If I'm honest, I don't think I learned anything entirely new. That may be ok, but I just found myself wanting something else from this book. More importantly, I couldn't help but think how 'first world' this book, and others like it The positives of this book: Helpful reminders, good tips to enact mindful eating, recognizing the mind/body connection, discussing the importance of water intake, and not prescribing a specific 'diet' or foods to eat/avoid all together. The drawbacks of this book: If I'm honest, I don't think I learned anything entirely new. That may be ok, but I just found myself wanting something else from this book. More importantly, I couldn't help but think how 'first world' this book, and others like it really are-in thinking about world hunger as a problem and something I see as a struggle with the families I work with, this ended up feeling superficial to me.

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