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One Broken Mom

Amee Quiriconi

Ameé is not Mother of The Year. Nor is she is a parenting expert with degrees in child psychology. Ameé, in fact, failed at being a mother.

Her path to parenthood started with genuine intention and optimism. But unable to understand and manage her inner battles, her marriage ended and she left her husband of ten years as the custodial parent of their two small children.

For nearly seven years, Ameé was the "Weekend Mom" until circumstances changed and a wiser, willing Ameé was reunited with her kids and became a full-time single parent. At this point, she knew failure was no longer an option.

Today, shouldered by the deeper understanding of childhood experiences and their influence on brain development, Ameé seeks to continue to help herself heal & understand her former limitations as a parent.

Amee is now an advocate for other parents who are struggling with their own childhood neglect, abuse and other traumatic experiences. But, by sharing her personal story, she hopes she can help other families break the chain that links generations together through the succession of poorly understood actions and their unintended results.

Topics include personal development, childhood development and parenting, as well as the effects of trauma on our health.

Recent Episodes

Healing From Childhood PTSD with Anna RunkleJune 15, 2019 Episode artwork How the Brain Changes in a Relationship with a Narcissist with Dr. Rhonda FreemanJune 09, 2019 Episode artwork Why Women Don't Know Their Financial Worth with Dr. Brad KlontzJune 01, 2019 Episode artwork What To Do When Your Teen is Acting Like an A-Hole with Jax AndersonMay 25, 2019 Episode artwork Becoming a Trauma-Informed Parent: Suzy DeYoungMay 19, 2019 Episode artwork Season 2 Intro: My Broken MomMay 12, 2019 Episode artwork Ending the Cycle of Narcissistic Relationships with Wendy BeharyMarch 30, 2019 Episode artwork Understanding our History of ParentingMarch 23, 2019 Episode artwork Our Sons, Our Men, Our RelationshipsMarch 15, 2019 Episode artwork How Moms Need to Talk To Our Daughters about SexualityMarch 09, 2019 Episode artwork Understanding Childhood Emotional Neglect with Dr. Jonice WebbMarch 02, 2019 Episode artwork 1.37 Mental Health and Pop Culture: What TV & Movies Can Teach UsFebruary 24, 2019 Episode artwork 1.36 How Rheumatoid Disorders, Trauma, and Physiology May Be LinkedFebruary 16, 2019 Episode artwork 1.35 Mind Over Money: Unraveling the Big Lies About Money Problems with Dr. Brad KlontzFebruary 09, 2019 Episode artwork 1.34 What You Need to Know About NeuroscienceFebruary 02, 2019 Episode artwork 1.33 Narcissistic Mother: The Scapegoat ChildJanuary 26, 2019 Episode artwork 1.32 It's Not a Myth - Real Men FeelJanuary 18, 2019 Episode artwork 1.31 One Broken Mom: Recovering MomJanuary 12, 2019 Episode artwork 1.30 How Trauma Affects LearningJanuary 06, 2019 Episode artwork 1.29 Love Addiction & Relationships with Dr. Alexandra KatehakisDecember 29, 2018 Episode artwork 1.28 Healing Trauma in Our BodyDecember 17, 2018 Episode artwork 1.27 Childhood Trauma and Our HealthDecember 01, 2018 Episode artwork 1.26 Adult Children of Emotionally-Immature Parents with Dr. Lindsay GibsonNovember 17, 2018 Episode artwork 1.25 Narcissism: The Life of the Mascot ChildNovember 03, 2018 Episode artwork 1.24 Understanding The Teenage BrainOctober 26, 2018 Episode artwork
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