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Guest: Aime Hutton

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Jim and Jennifer welcome Aime Hutton.

When you look up survivor to thriver in the dictionary you will see Aime Hutton's brilliant smile beaming back at you.  However, her smile wasn't always as big as you see it now.  Being born 3 months early, weighing in at 1 pound 12 ounces she wasn't expected to live 24hrs in 1976.  Followed by being severely teased and bullied for 6 years in grade school, you would think her self-esteem would be low, well add University into the mix and she was in an abusive relationship, and stalked all a while attending full time university away from home.  Aime has overcome all of those challenges in life and is now thriving and soaring above it all, with her mission of having no woman or girl be left alone feeling that she's not beautiful, powerful, or creative because of something that was said or done to her in her past by others.   Aime has developed 2 businesses Awakening Goddess inspiring radiant play and confidence through dance for women, and Wonder Girls Camp inspiring the next generation of girls to be brave, bold, and celebrate their unique self.  Aime is an inspirational speaker, trainer/facilitator and bestselling author.  She has recently been named the Canadian Ambassador for the Freedom & Empowerment Teen Campaign, a campaign from England in 5 countries to support, educate, and empower those who have been through dating violence/domestic abuse.  Speaking to high schools, community groups, and post-secondary school about the warning signs of dating violence, the different kinds of abuse, and her own personal journey.

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