May 18, 2020
Dr. Alice Atalanta is an Ivy League graduate with a Ph.D. and three Master's Degrees. She is also a single mom of 2, USA Boxing athlete, sexual assault survivor, former All-American snowboarder, self-defense and combatives instructor, and sought-after commentator in the fight world on the topic of women's personal defense. Dr. Atalanta's life defies expectations, as she attacks the self-limiting beliefs that can hold women back and provides insight into the struggles and triumphs of being a female player on a male playing field. She devoted years of her life to serving the veteran’s community and now specializes in working closely with writers from high-performance backgrounds, from former Navy SEALs to Corporate powerhouses.
In this episode, Alice and I discuss:
“When you tune into your awareness of violence, or your awareness of your own capacity for violence, you're also tuning into your own capacity for tenderness and altruism and sensuality and survival.” — Alice Atalanta
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Twitter: Alice Atalanta (@AtalantaAlice)
Facebook: Dr. Alice Atalanta Ph.D. – Home
Embrace the Violence article: https://medium.com/@AliceAtalanta/embrace-the-violence-bfe18ff38cd9
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