Joyce Diane Brothers was an American television celebrity, columnist and psychologist who became a household name while winning the top prize on the hit American game show ‘The $64,000 Question’. Tagged as the “face of American psychology” by the Washington post, she actively unfurled psychological advice with the help of mediums such as TV shows and columns. This self-proclaimed inventor of media psychology went on to publish several books such as ‘What Every Woman Should Know About Men’ and ‘Widowed’. Apart from her own ‘The Dr. Joyce Brothers Show’, she also appeared in movies such as ‘The King of Comedy’, ‘Animal Behavior and Age Isn't Everything’. For almost four decades she penned down monthly columns for the Good Housekeeping magazines. "Dr. Laura" Schlessinger and "Dr. Phil" McGraw have credited their television success to this “mother of television psychology”. She emphasized on the importance of acceptance of both success and failure equally. We have compiled Joyce Brothers quotes from her shows, books, columns and life. These quotes from Brothers radiated positivity, importance of communication and loving oneself. Let us go through these excerpts from Joyce Brothers.