"A thoughtful volume filled with practical solutions for emotional eaters everywhere."
—Madelyn H. Fernstrom, PhD, CNS, founding director of UPMC Weight Management Center, professor at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
"Albers's soup-to-nuts list of creative, accessible, self-soothing tips will undoubtedly help anyone who has struggled with dieting, food, or body image. Beyond that, her exercises in mindfulness, deep breathing, and journaling are top-notch tools for finding balance in life overall."
—Leslie Goldman, author of Locker Room Diaries
"Albers has done it again! 50 Ways to Soothe Yourself Without Food makes complex psychological concepts simple and accessible. I highly recommend you buy this book if you have ever turned to food for comfort and want to learn a new way of coping."
—Kathleen Burns Kingsbury, LMHC, CPCC, coauthor of Weight Wisdom and founder of KBK Connections, Inc.
"You don't have to be worried about your waistline to reap life-changing benefits from Albers’s easy-to-follow guidance. Reading this little book will boost your mood, reduce stress, and provide soothing alternatives to that next dessert! I highly recommend it."
—Amy Weintraub, author of Yoga for Depression and director of the LifeForce Yoga Healing Institute
This book was helpful to a degree and there is a lot of useful information in it, but I believe that most adult stress eating in the USA is due to having to make credit card and... Read morePublished 11 days ago by Kris Holderella
Just exactly what I needed to help with emotional eating. I intend for it to be my text book on my "healthy me" journey. So very glad I found this book.Published 11 days ago by Carol Sue Huff
very relatable, gives many alternatives to stressful eating. author writes in a good place, allowing for good "stopping points" to reflectPublished 22 days ago by Vanessa
This book is loaded with good advice for the compulsive overeater! It's been a long time coming and very insightful, Susan Albers knows her stuff!! Read morePublished 1 month ago by Bryan J. Smith
Very little help for me. I had bypass surgery and am not weighed down (pun intended) by the urge to want to eat. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Barbara J Shuman
There are a lot of stories in this book that everyone can relate too. It can help with whatever situation you are going through. I highly recommend this book to any one.Published 3 months ago by Pru Meunier
This does have good reviews and after much searching for a book like this....very pleased. To the point and excellent ideas. I do truly love the book and read....and reread.Published 6 months ago by Bindi
Very helpful book filled with lots of good, practical ideas. Would definitely recommend to others. A good resource to have handy.Published 6 months ago by Sue