Jeanine Joy


Jeanine Joy is an inspiring and life-changing author, speaker, teacher, and scholar. The purpose of her life is to seek out knowledge that increases human thriving and share it. Her programs, books, and speeches inspire and empower people to fulfill their dreams and enjoy more loving, happy, and successful lives.
Her interest in understanding why some people thrive and others flounder led her to a deep understanding of the answers. She then built bridges that enable people from many backgrounds to thrive more. Whether an individual prefers new knowledge to have a scientific, religious, or spiritual foundation, she has built bridges that will help them thrive more. This integrative approach has proven enormously successful. Profound changes and transformations are common for her students.
Jeanine’s studies have encompassed many scientific disciplines and philosophies as they relate to what cultivates human thriving. She has woven the science together with wisdom from the great minds throughout history, spiritual and religious teachings to find the root cause of human thriving. Her burning passion to find answers that will help others thrive has created a depth and breadth of knowledge for accelerating human thriving beyond common psychology practices and theory, where the focus continues to emphasize what can go wrong. Whether someone is living a relatively happy life, or living in the depths of depression, her knowledge can help them thrive more.
TRUE Prevention—Optimum Health: Remember Galileo Release date: May 5, 2014
Broderick, J. (2013). Trusting One’s Emotional Guidance Builds Resilience. In Venkat Pulla, Shane Warren and Andrew Shatte (Eds.), Perspectives on Coping and Resilience (pp. 254-279). Laxmi Nagar, Delhi: Authors Press.
Note: Broderick, J. and Jeanine Joy are the same individual.
When Only You Can Prevent Suicide: Transformative Empowering Processes Provide A Better Way to Prevent Suicide

Smashwords Interview

What do you read for pleasure?
I have always read a lot. I remember Mom telling to me to "Stop reading and go outside because it was a beautiful day" on weekends when I had disappeared into books. I would read one after another. I also remember the deal we made when we went to the library, that I could take as many books as I could carry but no more. I would stack them so high that I could barely see over the top and walk very carefully to the car.
I read both fiction and nonfiction. Today I read fiction for two reasons. My mind is often so active and excited by my work that at bedtime I read what I call <i>brainless fiction<i> which are books that help me take my mind off more exciting things so I can ease into sleep. I also read some fiction purely for enjoyment and have many authors whose work I love. Mercedes Lackey, John Grisham, J.D. Robb and many more. My Goodreads account has a long list.

The nonfiction books I love are all about my passionate interest in what makes humans thrive. Every time I find even the smallest tidbit that can help me help someone thrive more in their life it excites me. My mind races when something triggers a new insight where I can see how I can help someone overcome things that are standing in their way. Sometimes the fiction books do the same. I am always on the lookout for more ways to help people because I know that the same techniques do not help everyone. I think of what I've learned as a toolkit and want tools for every potential situation. I love helping people and the more ways I have to help, the more I get to help. I've read so many nonfiction books but I also have a couple dozen binders full of original research. Many of the nonfiction books talk of research but I've not been satisfied for the authors interpretation. I like to read the original research and happily spend hours each week doing so.
When did you first start writing?
I've always enjoyed writing but I did not start writing books until 2011. Since then I've written several nonfiction and a couple of fiction books. I also have a children's book I wrote in the 1990's that I plan to have illustrated and publish.
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When Only You Can Prevent Suicide: Transformative Empowering Processes Provide A Better Way to Prevent Suicide
Price: $4.99 USD. Words: 98,070. Language: English. Published: November 11, 2014. Categories: Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » Family health, Nonfiction » Health, wellbeing, & medicine » healthy living
A Better Way to Prevent Suicide provides processes and knowledge that helps individuals manage their emotional state in a way that prevents them from suffering in the low emotional states that can lead to suicide. Individuals who develop these skills by using them in their own life will enjoy their life more and be prepared to help others--even if the person is in a very low emotional state.

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