Being An Authentic, Courageous, & Unstoppable Woman
With Ameé Quiriconi
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Despite a childhood of emotional abuse and abandonment, Ameé never considered herself as someone who experienced “trauma”. It was as an adult, when relationship after relationship, she found herself repeating the same toxic patterns, that she realized she had to change. Ameé dedicated herself to learning, growing and sharing her lessons, to self-mastery and helping other women on their journey to becoming authentic, courageous and unstoppable in their life and career.
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About Ameé Quiriconi
Ameé Quiriconi is a podcaster, writer, speaker, entrepreneur, and mother. Her journey of personal discovery began as she dealt with, yet again, another significant life upheaval and wanted to find a way to stop the self-sabotage once and for all. Along the way, she uncovered the truths about how our brains form and the impacts of adverse and traumatic childhood experiences on our lives as adults. She stopped dead in her tracks and knew that it was it important to make changes to improve her life immediately. As a result, she developed a podcast that allows her to share this knowledge called One Broken Mom. Weekly, she interviews leading experts in mental health, parenting, and self-improvement.
Ameé is also an experienced businesswoman with almost 20 years at the helm of many organizations—from solopreneurial efforts to multi-million-dollar companies. She has coached and worked with many woman-owned start-ups and small businesses over the years, understanding the unique challenges that come with earning the first dollar for any business venture. Today, through her work in the field of psychology and mental wellness, she brings a thought-provoking harmony of practical strategies combined with the underlying drives that affect women and their business success.
Wow spot on so very helpful
There is so much i can relate to here, despite never parenting or even marrying (a vow made in childhood, not wanting to be like my parents…) It IS a difficult affliction to get help for, and today science is far better at helping understand what we need to do to heal. Wish i were younger and learned this stuff then… Kudos on your journey & good luck with the work!
Hi there! Thank you very much. I’m glad it was relatable and hopefully helpful for you. -Ameé
Very DBT like🙂
Thank you. It’s amazing to me that the trauma is on the table and that finally the impact on the actual brain is on the forefront.