(Writer of The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a Business) Ameé Quiriconi interviews fellow Mango author Dr. Elizabeth Cohen.
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 can impact how long we try to “save the relationship”
Links to Elizabeth & Her Book:
Trauma Informed Leadership – www.activitygirl-llc.com
The Fearless Woman’s Guide to Starting a Business: What Every Woman Needs to Know to Be a Courageous, Authentic, and Unstoppable Entrepreneur
- Barnes and Noble- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomansGuide
- Bookshop- https://bit.ly/FearlessWomanBookshop
- Amazon- http://bit.ly/FearlessWomanAmazon
Discovering the New You
#1 New Release in Divorce
Offering a well-researched and tested method for recovering from a broken heart after divorce, Dr. Elizabeth Cohen brings her highly successful “Afterglow” process to you in Light on the Other Side of Divorce. Don’t just move on after a breakup―thrive.
Readers of divorce books for women and men like This Is Me Letting You Go by Heidi Priebe, Conscious Uncoupling by Katherine Woodward Thomas, and Finding Love After Heartbreak by Stephan Labossiere will find joy after heartbreak with Light on the Other Side of Divorce.
What Every Woman Needs to Know to be a Courageous, Authentic and Unstoppable Entrepreneur
Learn what type of new business you want to lead. Through a combination of data, neuroscience, true stories, humor, and the type of frankness that you would expect from your best girlfriend, this book helps you determine the real reasons and motivations behind starting a business―and then dares you to dream big about what being the head of a woman-owned business can do for you.
Find real tools for real women in business. When creating a start-up, it can be difficult to stay the course―to choose yourself and stay motivated on the hardest days. Ameé Quiriconi, author and entrepreneur behind the One Broken Mom podcast, has your back.