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For some people, loving relationships seem impossible. Our culture has given us many lies about love and intimacy, like the idea that we should be able to find our soulmate or that true love is easy. Unfortunately, many of us also suffer from complex PTSD due to relational trauma and have not seen or been a part of a healthy, secure relationship. So, has your past trauma made you incapable of having a healthy relationship? What if you’ve been abused so severely in childhood or adolescence or adulthood that you wonder if you can trust other people again?In this podcast episode (final one for Season 4), Ameé speaks with Dr. Frank Anderson, a psychiatrist and brain-based psychotherapist about an innovative way to work with complex PTSD from abuse called Internal Family Systems. This therapy helps heal relational trauma by addressing the parts of yourself who have been hurt and haven’t healed yet. By identifying these parts and listening to their stories, they can begin to let go of old wounds and learn new ways of being in relationships without re-experiencing past traumas.Resources:https://www.frankandersonmd.com/https://catalog.pesi.com/item/transcending-trauma-preorder-80361Amazon Link: Transcending Trauma: Healing Complex PTSD with Internal Family SystemsLinks to buy The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a BusinessAmazon (Audio, Print, Kindle Versions): https://amzn.to/3daO7nABarnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuideBookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshopVisit https://www.ameequiriconi.com/ for more articles about self-help, healing from trauma, leadership, business, and more!
Are you a boundary violator?If we are not aware of our own boundaries and how we violate them, then it's very easy to be unaware that we're violating other people's boundaries. We may think that what we're doing is helpful or even beneficial for the person whose boundary has been violated but in reality, it can cause more harm than good. In this episode, Ameé talks with professional coach Audrey Holst about raising our self-awareness around whether we unintentionally and regularly violate other people's personal boundaries. Do we do things because we think we know better? Do we invalidate other people's decisions because we don't understand them? Are we really trying to help others or are still just trying to take away our own discomfort? And if so, why do these things matter anyway - especially when someone else doesn't seem bothered by whatever it is that you've done! In this episode also learn what to do if discover that violating other people’s personal boundaries.Resources:https://fortitudeandflow.com/Links to buy The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a BusinessAmazon (Audio, Print, Kindle Versions): https://amzn.to/3daO7nABarnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuideBookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshopVisit https://www.ameequiriconi.com/ for more articles about self-help, healing from trauma, leadership, business, and more!
In this episode, Ameé speaks with Michelle Morkert, a global gender scholar with a Ph.D. in women’s and gender studies and specializations in gender-based violence, militarism, girls' studies, and peace studies.  And if you have ever felt like your gender identity is not what society expects it to be, you’re not alone. Michelle has studied the ways that rigid gender norms can cause past and present trauma in our lives. She wants to help people understand how this patriarchal system hurts everyone who is non-conforming to these rules, regardless of how they identify. Resources:https://michellemorkert.com/https://www.linkedin.com/in/michellemorkert/Links to buy The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a BusinessAmazon (Audio, Print, Kindle Versions): https://amzn.to/3daO7nABarnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuideBookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshopVisit https://www.ameequiriconi.com/ for more articles about self-help, healing from trauma, leadership, business, and more!
Trigger Warning - If are a sexual abuse survivor, this episode may be very triggering. Are you struggling with how to help your child cope with the abuse they’ve experienced? Have you ever wondered what it would be like if your child was the abuser and not the victim? Dawn Long, an advocate for parents of children who have suffered sexual abuse shares her story on this episode. She talks about her own history of childhood sexual abuse and how her son also went through similar experiences as a small boy when it was discovered he was being abused by a neighborhood child. Unfortunately, as an adult, he was arrested and imprisoned on child pornography charges. This episode discusses the cycle that can occur when one generation is victimized by another, and what changes need to be made in order to prevent this cycle from continuing.Resources: www.dawnlongcoach.comhttps://www.dawnlongcoach.com/service-page/finding-strength-free-4-week-coachingYoutube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6AE_PfvuUcHThDseXIMJXASpotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4mbHjqbPwHEYQrbbkDZNPCInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/yourtransformationjourney/Website: https://www.dawnlongcoach.comLInkedin: www.linkedin.com/in/dawnlong
This week, Ameé speaks with Dr. Tana M. Session, an award-winning international speaker, best-selling author, and Certified Executive-level Performance Strategist. Her core area of practice is in inclusion & diversity in the workplace and within the roots of that are these things are unconscious or implicit biases.  And so, she’s here to teach what these are, how to recognize them, and what we can do to change them or at least keep them from affecting our decisions. Resources: https://www.tanamsession.com/ https://tanamsession.mykajabi.com/Buy the Book,  Working While Black: A Woman's Guide to Stop Being the Best Kept Secret
Are you struggling with money? Do you feel like your life is out of control when it comes to money?In this episode, Ameé speaks with Barbara Huson, the leading authority on women, wealth, and power as well as the author of the book, Secrets of Six-Figure Women: Surprising Strategies to up Your Earnings and Change Your Life.   She’s a financial therapist and wealth coach who talks about the emotional aspects that prevent people from attaining wealth. They discuss how dysfunction and trauma in our history interfere with our abilities today to break free from underearning. Barbara also shares her own story of growing up with one of the most famous financial experts as her father, and her personal struggles with financial abuse, and how she broke through her own barriers to become financially successful.Resourceshttps://www.barbara-huson.com/Rewire for Wealth: Three Steps Any Woman Can Take to Program Her Brain for Financial SuccessSecrets of Six-Figure Women: Surprising Strategies to up Your Earnings and Change Your Life
In this episode, Ameé speaks with mental health advocate turned entrepreneur, Johnny Crowder.As a suicide/abuse survivor, Johnny spent his formative years searching for resources to help him cope with his mental health conditions, ranging from OCD and bipolar disorder to schizophrenia.His firsthand experience with mental illness, university-level education in psychology, and contagious positivity combine to fashion a spirit of advocacy and compassion unlike any other.Through both music and motivational speaking, Crowder's testimony has impacted millions of lives across the globe by de-mystifying taboo psychological principles and sensitive topics with levity and wit.Today, he is the founder of Cope Notes, a subscription-based texting service that helps people re-train their brains to interrupt their negative thinking patterns. In this episode, Ameé and Johnny talk about his journey as well as the science behind why Cope Notes works to change people’s lives. Listeners to One Broken Mom get 10% off their subscription to Cope Notes. Use this link to check it out. Or go to https://copenotes.com/ and use the code ONEBROKENMOMListen to Johnny's band, Prison on Spotify Learn more about One Broken Mom as well as Ameé's coaching and consulting services for businesses, entrepreneurs & organizations by heading to https://www.ameequiriconi.com/consulting-and-coaching
In this interview, Ameé speaks with author and podcaster Kerri Hummingbird. Kerri is a Soul Guide and the #1 internationally best-selling author of The Second Wave: Transcending the Human Drama. She inspires people to lead their lives wide awake with authenticity, passion, and purpose that positively impacts others. Her latest published this year is called Love Is Fierce: Healing the Mother Wound.In this episode, she shares her journey and how you can heal your mother wound so that you can have a happy relationship with yourself and others in your life too! Resources:https://kerrihummingbird.com/https://kerrihummingbird.com/playLinks to buy The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a BusinessAmazon (Audio, Print, Kindle Versions): https://amzn.to/3daO7nABarnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuideBookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshopVisit https://www.ameequiriconi.com/ for more articles about self-help, healing from trauma, leadership, business, and more!
Have you ever felt like your life is out of control?Do you feel like you’re never good enough? Like everything in your life is just one big mess that needs to be fixed? If so, Audrey Holst can help. She’s the founder of Fortitude & Flow® Process and she works with groups and individuals to overcome perfectionism. And now she has a new book coming out called You’re Not Perfect — And Here’s How to Deal With That. It will teach you how to stop trying so hard, let go of the pressure, and start living a happier life today.This isn't about being perfect or getting it right all the time - it's about learning how not to beat yourself up when things don't work out as planned! In this interview, Audrey will share her story on overcoming perfectionism and what inspired her to write this book for people who are struggling with their own self-imposed expectations. Plus we'll talk about why letting go of these expectations can lead us towards greater happiness in our lives! So tune into this podcast interview where Audrey shares her story on overcoming perfectionism and learn more about what inspired her upcoming book!Resources:https://fortitudeandflow.com/Links to buy The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a BusinessAmazon (Audio, Print, Kindle Versions): https://amzn.to/3daO7nABarnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuideBookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshopVisit https://www.ameequiriconi.com/ for more articles about self-help, healing from trauma, leadership, business, and more!
Do you hate online dating?You’re not alone. In fact, most people do. But what if there was a way to make it fun and even get better results than traditional dating? That’s where today's guest, Duana Welch comes in with her book “Love Factually: 10 Proven Steps from 'I Wish' to 'I Do'” which helps people approach love scientifically so they can find the best possible partner for them. She also has some great advice on how to use online dating effectively without hating it!Ameé had a chance to interview Duana about this topic and she shares all of her tips and tricks in this episode! If you want to learn more about how science can help you find your perfect match then listen now!In this episode, you will hear:Research about intimate relationshipsWhy people get frustrated with online datingIs online dating really for everyone How does attachment styles impact our dating styleWhat types of people do the best and succeed with online datingHow important it is to stick to your “must haves”Key characteristics of people with secure attachment stylesHow trauma impacts our view of acceptance and loveThe importance of positive language in a profile to attract secure peopleResources:http://lovefactually.co Links to buy The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a BusinessAmazon (Audio, Print, Kindle Versions): https://amzn.to/3daO7nABarnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuideBookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshopVisit https://www.ameequiriconi.com/ for more articles about self-help, healing from trauma, leadership, business, and more!
Do you know what it feels like to be highly sensitive?Highly sensitive people are often misunderstood. They feel things deeply and have a hard time tolerating loud noises, bright lights, or big crowds. But they also have an incredible ability to empathize with others and offer unique perspectives on the world around them. Lindsay Hindle is here today to talk about how she helps her clients understand their sensitivities and find ways of living that work for them.In this interview you will hear: What makes someone high sensitivity?  How do we cope with our sensitivities?  How can we live life as highly sensitive people?  What does empathy look like in this context?What does it mean to be a deep feeler and how is this different from being an empath?The importance of self-care for HSPs (highly sensitives) Resources:https://fivesights.com/ Are You a HSP? Link to quiz >> https://hsperson.com/test/highly-sensitive-test/Links to buy The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a BusinessAmazon (Audio, Print, Kindle Versions): https://amzn.to/3daO7nABarnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuideBookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshopVisit https://www.ameequiriconi.com/ for more articles about self-help, healing from trauma, leadership, business, and more!
Ameé speaks with Erik Allen, an entrepreneur, and podcaster about his trauma healing journey through his Christian faithIn this episode you will hear:Erik’s background with witnessing domestic violence and parental neglect growing upHow being introduced to a Christian college event changed his lifeHow shame kept him from sharing his story until he was 39The role of God, church, and spirituality in his healing journeyErik’s definition of walking with Christ and what that means as a guide for living a healthy, positive lifeErik’s personal experience with the openness of men sharing their mental health storiesHow Erik got into the world of MMA (mixed martial arts) and combat sports and podcastingHim winning Ed Mylett’s Max Out Challenge in 2018 and spurring his entrepreneurial passionsErik’s advice for anyone thinking of considering going to church and joining a community there Resources:https://www.erikallenmedia.com/Links to buy The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a BusinessAmazon (Audio, Print, Kindle Versions): https://amzn.to/3daO7nABarnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuideBookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshopVisit https://www.ameequiriconi.com/ for more articles about self-help, healing from trauma, leadership, business, and more!
Women are disproportionately impacted by divorce when it comes to financial settlements. Many women end up in poverty following a divorce, especially mothers.  Ameé speaks with a certified financial advisor and consultant, Rhonda Noordyk, to discusses the impact divorce has on women's finances and how to make better financial decisions when it comes to divorce.Rhonda's organization, The Women's Financial Wellness Center, helps women gain confidence and protect them from financial vulnerability during the divorce process. Rhonda also had a podcast called Divorce Conversations for Women. Resources:https://www.wfwcdivorce.com/Links to buy The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a BusinessAmazon (Audio, Print, Kindle Versions): https://amzn.to/3daO7nABarnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuideBookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshopVisit https://www.ameequiriconi.com/ for more articles about self-help, healing from trauma, leadership, business, and more!
Have you ever had a week where everything went wrong? It might have been an awful day or even just one challenging situation. But then the next day, something else happened to knock you down, and before you know it, your whole week has gone by in a spiral of sadness and hopelessness. You feel like nothing is going right for you--like life is out to get you. This may sound familiar to many people who are trying to balance work with their personal lives while also coping with stressors of all kinds on top of that. What if it doesn't need to be this way? That there are ways we can learn from our experiences and find resilience within ourselves so that we become unstoppable no matter what.In this episode, Dr. Ronda Beaman talks with Ameé about resilience and building it up in ourselves. You'll learn if you are born resilient or not, why we need more of it in the world today, what things can actually reduce your own personal level of resilience even if you already have some built up, and finally best strategies for building strength both inside yourself as well as within others around you. Resources:Little Miss Merit BadgeMy Feats in These Shoes: A Solely Original MemoirLinks to buy The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a BusinessAmazon (Audio, Print, Kindle Versions): https://amzn.to/3daO7nABarnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuideBookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshopVisit https://www.ameequiriconi.com/ for more articles about self-help, healing from trauma, leadership, business, and more!
Do you have difficulty standing up for yourself? If so, this episode of One Broken Mom will be a breath of fresh air. Ameé speaks with Lara Currie, corporate trainer and high-conflict communication expert, about some of the reasons why it can be difficult to feel confident in your own voice. She then offers ways to overcome these obstacles and communicate more confidently in both work and personal situations. You'll learn how to identify the traits that are holding you back from speaking up - like perfectionism, fear of confrontation, or lack of self-awareness - as well as what steps you can take right now to start feeling more confident.Resources: https://difficulthappens.com/Links to buy The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a BusinessAmazon (Audio, Print, Kindle Versions): https://amzn.to/3daO7nABarnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuideBookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshopVisit https://www.ameequiriconi.com/ for more articles about self-help, healing from trauma, leadership, business, and more!
Ever felt like you are too scared to do something? Or have you ever found yourself unable to enjoy success or good luck because you are expecting the other shoe to drop? You are experiencing a normal reaction to pushing yourself past your normal limits. And if you have experienced or grown up with trauma, or emotionally neglectful and immature parents, it's likely you have even fears of dying or a foreshortened future. This episode is another conversation with best-selling author and psychologist, Dr. Lindsay Gibson as she and Ameé talk about the Big Fear - the internal protection system to keep us from re-experiencing pain if we try to do something different or in alignment with our true selves. In this episode, you will hear:How people who have CPTSD experience beliefs of a foreshortened future or dying earlyThe family systems and dynamics that are at the root of The Big FearWhy death is central to our Big FearsHow the Big Fear is connected to self-sabotageTechniques to help overcome the Big FearResourcesAdult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents: How to Heal from Distant, Rejecting, or Self-Involved ParentsRecovering from Emotionally Immature Parents: Practical Tools to Establish Boundaries and Reclaim Your Emotional AutonomySelf-Care for Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents: Honor Your Emotions, Nurture Your Self, and Live with ConfidenceWho You Were Meant to Be: A Guide to Rediscovering Your Life's PurposeLinks to buy The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a BusinessAmazon (Audio, Print, Kindle Versions): https://amzn.to/3daO7nABarnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuideBookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshopVisit https://www.ameequiriconi.com/ for more articles about self-help, healing from trauma, leadership, business, and more!
Did you know that suicide rates are higher in some industries than other?  In this episode, Ameé speaks with therapist and author, Dr. Margaret Rutherford about careers with a high suicide risk rate and how trauma-informed leadership can help reduce these numbers.In the episode, you will hear:Which industries have the highest rates of suicide amongst their employeesThe role stigmas around mental health and mental health services playHow workplace cultures can be harmful to people who come forward with mental health concerns or issuesThe culture in blue collar careers that may be hurting employee mental healthIdeas for bringing mental health resources and awareness to hard-to-reach communities and industriesResourcesCDC study of careers with highest rates of suicide:  https://www.cdc.gov/mmwr/volumes/69/wr/mm6903a1.htmhttp://DrMargaretRutherford.comOrder Dr. Margaret's Book Today: Perfectly Hidden DepressionSelfWork Podcast - https://drmargaretrutherford.com/selfwork/Links to buy The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a BusinessAmazon (Audio, Print, Kindle Versions): https://amzn.to/3daO7nABarnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuideBookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshopVisit https://www.ameequiriconi.com/ for more articles about self-help, healing from trauma, leadership, business, and more!
Melissa Orlov, a marriage consultant, a top expert in how ADHD affects relationships, and an award-winning author, returns to speak with Ameé about how trust can be lost and regained in relationships where a partner has ADHD .  In this episode, you will hear: How trust can affect friendshipsThe "trust metric" and how it is applied to repairing trust between partnersWhy punishments won't work in correcting behaviors in people with ADHDHow emotional dysregulation is more common for people with ADHD and how it gets them in trouble at workWhy criticism is a common tender point for people with ADHDResourceshttps://www.adhdmarriage.com/The ADHD Effect on Marriage (Available in print and audio)Links to buy The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a BusinessAmazon (Audio, Print, Kindle Versions): https://amzn.to/3daO7nABarnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuideBookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshopVisit https://www.ameequiriconi.com/ for more articles about self-help, healing from trauma, leadership, business, and more!
How many of you out there have ever had to deal with a co-worker or boss who has said things to you that have made you doubt yourself and wonder if you’re not going a little crazy because they are pretty convinced that the “real world” is very different from the one you are seeing or experiencing. For example, are they charming with everyone else, but controlling and demeaning towards you? Or do you have a co-worker constantly taking credit for your hard work? Do you have a boss who never admits their mistakes and puts blame on everyone else around them? Gaslighting is not only a form of emotional abuse but is also recognized as a form of workplace harassment. It is manipulative, controlling, and can make our work and life experiences intolerable. Also, if you have ever experienced abuse in your life, being around these people can be retraumatizing. In this episode, Ameé speaks with Dr. Stephanie Sarkis, the author of Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People – and Break Free. You will hear: How to recognize the signs of gaslightingHow to protect yourself at work from gaslighters, emotionally and legallyWhat a company and human resources need to have in place for reporting harassment claims like thisWho is more vulnerable to the inappropriate tactics gaslighters and manipulators useHow gaslighting can trigger past abuse trauma and PTSDHow important work culture is in establishing a true anti-harassment environmentHow important hiring is in keeping manipulative and aggressive people out of the company to begin withLinks from this episode:Gaslighting: Recognize Manipulative and Emotionally Abusive People -- and Break Free Links to buy The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a BusinessAmazon (Audio, Print, Kindle Versions): https://amzn.to/3daO7nABarnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuideBookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshopVisit https://www.ameequiriconi.com/ for more articles about self-help, healing from trauma, leadership, business, and more!
In this episode, Ameé speaks with fellow podcaster and mental health advocate, Gillian Tietz. Gill is a recovering alcoholic who uses her scientific background to connect neuroscience, psychology, and her personal experience getting sober. In this episode, you will hear: Alcohol-focused work culturesHow her alcohol use contributed her developing suicidal thoughtsHow she went from an eating disorder to alcoholismThe genetic component behind addiction and the biological rewards some people get from drinking alcoholWhy some people experience hangovers and others don’tThe surprising evolutionary advantage behind being able to process alcoholHow understanding the biology behind addiction can help alleviate shame felt by many who struggled with alcohol addictionDispelling the myth that alcohol reduces stress and anxiety from a biological standpointHow drinking does not help you cope with stress especially if you low distress toleranceHow increasing emotional intelligence is key to prevent relapseThe role of the trauma survivors in advancing mental health awareness Links from This Episode:https://www.soberpowered.com/Links to buy The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a BusinessAmazon (Audio, Print, Kindle Versions): https://amzn.to/3daO7nABarnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuideBookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshopVisit https://www.ameequiriconi.com/ for more articles about self-help, healing from trauma, and more!
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Ken Fulcher

wow. amazing

Feb 25th
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Day Guzman

Dear Ameé Quiriconi THANK YOU!!! One Broken Mom is literally divine intervention and an answer to my prayers. Keep in mind my comment is solely based on your intro and browsing through the episode titles. Thanks

Mar 29th
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