One Broken Mom Hosted by Ameé Quiriconi

One Broken Mom Hosted by Ameé Quiriconi

Welcome to One Broken Mom, created by business consultant, mother, and mental health advocate, Ameé Quiriconi after personal transformation spurred her on to create a revolution in how we talk about trauma and mental health. Ameé's "punk rock meets mental health and parenting" shows are direct and honest conversations with leading therapists, researchers, and advocates in the areas of trauma, narcissistic abuse, relationships, suicide prevention, parenting, and co-dependency. The topics are serious but Ameé brings an entertaining balance of candor, boldness, empathy and even a sense of humor to each interview. Listeners learn to make changes in their personal and professional lives by gaining a greater understanding of themselves and the people around them.

Episodes

July 31, 2021 54 min

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...

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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 ...

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July 17, 2021 50 min

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 t...

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July 10, 2021 61 min

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 epi...

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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 employees
  • The role stigmas around mental health and mental health services pl...
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    June 26, 2021 62 min

    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 friendships
  • The "trust metric" and how it is applied to repairing trust between partners
  • Why punishments won't work in correcting behaviors in p...
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    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 taki...

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    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 cultures
  • How her alcohol use contributed her developing suicidal thoughts
  • How she went from an eating disorder to alcoholism
  • The genetic componen...
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    Back on One Broken Mom is a listener favorite, Wendy Behary. Wendy is the founder and director of The Cognitive Therapy Center of New Jersey and The Schema Therapy Institutes of NJ-NYC and DC. She is also the author of “Disarming the Narcissist…Surviving and Thriving with the Self-Absorbed” (New Harbinger Publications). Now translated in 15 languages. Wendy has a specialty in treating narcissists and the people who live with and de...

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    In this episode, Ameé speaks with Richa Badami, a personal transformation coach, author, and trainer about Richa's personal experience with becoming re-traumatized at work during at sales meeting.  The incident surprised her because it happened many years after she had undergone the healing work required due to her experience of being sexually abused as girl by her father.  However, at that time, her past was private and certai...

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    In this episode,  Ameé speaks again with Veronique Mead, a family physician and assistant professor who changed careers looking for a better understanding and more effective tools for working with chronic illness.

    On her website www.chronicillnessstudies.com, she has collected and shared the abundance of new research showing how adverse life events increase risk for sensitivity to infections, toxins, and other environmental stressor...

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    Elizabeth Cohen, therapist, repeat guest and author of a new book “Light on the Other Side of Divorce: Discovering the New You” talks with Ameé about deciding that divorce is the best option for a person or couple. 

    In this episode, you will hear:

  • How to know if divorce is the right option
  • How to overcome the shame and guilt that comes from choosing to divorce
  • What to do when other people try to shame us for our choice
  • How codependency ...
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    Welcome back to another season of One Broken Mom! In this episode, Ameé brings everyone up to speed on the last several months and what is in store for the program and for the community in the upcoming year.

    Links:
    www.ameequiriconi.com
    www.activitygirl-llc.com
    www.thefearlesswomansguidetobusiness.com

    KWU Presentations:
    https://youtu.be/lcnX0h_qtlg
    https://youtu.be/K0NELi8kWOs

    Buy the New Book:
    Barnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWoma...

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    November 22, 2020 49 min

    In this episode, Ameé speaks with Melissa Orlov is a marriage consultant, a top expert in how ADHD affects relationships, and an award-winning author.  She is the author of The ADHD Effect on Marriage, which was awarded "Best Psychological Book of 2010" by ForeWord Reviews.  Her latest book, The Couple's Guide to Thriving with ADHD, with Nancie Kohlenberger won three book awards, including best psychology book of 2014.

    M...

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    On this episode, Ameé has an amazing guest on the show. Dr. Carol Tavris's work as a writer, teacher, and lecturer has been devoted to educating the public about psychological science. Her book with Elliot Aronson, "Mistakes Were Made (But Not by ME): Why we justify foolish beliefs, bad decisions, and hurtful acts" (revised edition, 2015, and most recently updated in 2020 with a new chapter--"Dissonance, Democracy, ...

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    Ameé has been an advocate for raising awareness about domestic violence, in part due to her personal experience with financial and emotional abuse.  While it seems help is just a phone call away for people in a domestic violence situation but there is also uncertainty of what happens when you do ask for help from strangers. And as we know from human behavior, we tend to chose the devil we know over the one we don’t. And so when we ...

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    In this episode, Ameé speaks with returning guest, Philadelphia based therapist Elizabeth Earnshaw.

    Liz has her own practice called A Better Life Therapy and specializes in working with couples around a variety of topics such as relationship issues, infidelity, divorce, intimacy and sexual issues, premarital counseling, and breakups. 

    Ameé reached out to her to talk about people-pleasing. Having had some personal and professional exp...

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    Recently, the U.S. Department of Justice decided to drop the appeal on a 2018 Detroit ruling that overturned the federal ban on Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).  

    For girls at risk of FGM, this federal ruling has put them in great jeopardy because it sent a signal to supporters of FGM that the practice is allowed, and the violence against girls, mostly around 7-8 years old in age continues. Therefore, it’s up to the states to outlaw...

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    On this episode, Ameé speaks with Emily Stroia. Emily is a personal mentor for women, meditation teacher, author and speaker. When Ameé first had a chance to speak with Emily, she said something that actually made her skin tingle. And that was when Emily’s abusive father passed away a few months ago, Emily’s first thoughts were peace, not sadness. 

    This is not uncommon but yet people don’t feel safe sharing that or even understandin...

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    September 27, 2020 55 min

    Suicide is a national problem in the United States. Well over 40,000 people die by suicide every year, including adults and children. In those numbers are over 6,000 military veterans, most of them male. When the rates are adjusting for population differences in age and sex, in 2017, veterans died by suicide 1.5 times more than non-veterans.  

    This week Ameé speaks with Army vet Jonah Maddox, who has been outspoken about his own str...

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