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Joy Jangdhari is a researcher and the author of "Living Life As A Joyful Being: be ready for whatever life brings!,"  Her  groundbreaking workshop   "Technology for your Psychology " provides Continuing Education  credits for Professional and Personal development.  Ms. Jangdhari has received great reviews in recognition of her efforts to communicate the behavioral aspects of the mind-body connection and how it affects us all.  

Dr. Gregory S. Pokrywka MD FACP FNLA NCAMP.  Assistant  Professor of  medicine at John Hopkins medical center has recommended Joy Jangdhari's work. " This is a book to be reviewed again and again as new life stresses occur.  Clinicians can recommend it to their patients as part of a comprehensive life style medicine approach.  Joy Jangdhari also provides highly acclaimed personalized life seminar, workshops to businesses and groups for the purpose of personal, professional and business development.  

Joy has served on the Board at JRI institute NYC. 

President- Operation Dare To Care LLC

CEO- Joy Events LLC 

TV producer and host of two Educational, Inspirational & Motivational Public TV talk shows in New York City. Ms.  Jangdhari also uses these concepts in her own life. 


Anyone who has served in the military will find this book to be an excellent resource when dealing with the unique challenges of a military family, such as the pain of multiple deployments.  "Living Life As A Joyful Being: be ready for whatever life brings!"  provides the soldier with a clear path for introspection and an understanding of the dynamics of relationships with loved ones,  And if Jangdhari's roadmap for life is a " difference maker" for the reader, then it is far more than a good read; it's compelling.

Perry Psaros, Lieutenant Colonel

United States Army Reserve, Retired

Lynn Cofer-  MSN, RN, FNLA, FAHA

Dear Joy,

I sat next to you at a LipoScience dinner in Chicago during ACC last month and I just wanted to thank you for giving me a copy of your WONDERFUL book "Living "Life As A Joyful Being: be ready for whatever life brings!"

It is REALLY GOOD! Though some of the concepts weren't new to me, others were, and the way you put things together was indeed helpful.  It was a "good read" for me and I found it helpful personally.  I will indeed recommended it to friends/ colleagues and feel blessed to have had the chance to meet you and learn of your work.

Lynn Cofer

Loyola University of Chicago 

Manager of clinical education Cleveland HeartLab INC.

Instructor Neihofff School of Nursing

Clinical Lipid Specialist

Review by Dr. Carol K Psaros

In fifteen insightful chapters, Joy Jangdhari gives sage advice about how each of us can be ready for whatever life brings.  Her book,

  "Living Life As A Joyful Being: be ready for whatever life brings!"

Teaches the practice of looking within while staying in the present moment and artfully letting go of all the "bad news" tapes.  Jangdhari coaches the reader on how to react when emotional buttons are pushed, and she gives great guidance for the climb we all make up our emotional hills.  The book's strength is it's cheerful clear style, epitomized by the playful stick figures on the cover and introducing each chapter,  Less is more in this case, and while it's simple to be happy, it's difficult to be simple language she makes abstract processes  such as introspective, mechanics of the mind, visualization and integrity become concrete and easily understood.  I recommend this delightful treasure as essential reading for anyone seeking love, patience, and clarity in life... the qualities Jangdhari highlights in the books's Preface.  Reading the book and applying it will be a Joy.

Carol K Psaros, Ed. D. 

Dr. Carol K Psaros

Retired Delaware Educator and Author 



PSYCHOLOGIST, DONNA FERRARO, Said she has attend Joy Jangdhariari workshops in the past and was pleased with the techniques taught during the workshop.  " I's really helpful because it teaches your techniques you can use at a later time and helps you to alleviate "stress" she said.  " The nice thing about the workshop is that there are three components, and there was an educational component and a relaxation component at the end."  I really feel like I gained a lot from it.  I highly recommend Joy's seminar to anyone and everyone!

Psychologist Donna Ferraro


I just want to take a moment to thank Joy Jangdhari for the work she has done for this year's JRI banquet and conference.  I can't take any credit for this one.  Joy has come to this event and has transformed it into something amazing that now everybody wants to be a part of.  

President  & founder Barry M. Lituchy


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