Bullying, Life & Stuff with Rhonda Orr

121 EpisodesProduced by Rhonda Orr

Rhonda Orr is the president and founder of Rhonda's STOP BULLYING Foundation. On this podcast, she expands on the newspaper advice columns she writes with Dr. Cheri L. McDonald, "Dear Rhonda & Dr. Cheri.." Rhonda speaks directly to you, with real-world, actionable advice.

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Fear Is Not a Managemenr Style | Ep. 119

May 14th, 2019


Have you ever worked for someone who confused leadership with fear? A good leader doesn’t need to motivate people by intimidating them. What can you …

What's a Lawnmower Parent? | Ep. 118

May 8th, 2019


Experts love to categorize things -- like behavior. They group parents under titles such as Helicopter parent, or Tiger parent, or Snowplow parent. The latest is the Lawnmower parent. This week, we got a letter from a …

When Is It Time to Call the Police? | Ep. 117

April 30th, 2019


Domestic abuse can happen in any relationship. Even couples that seem to be happy… to have it all … can be experiencing violence in the home. And — …

Is It Ever Too-Too Late to Apologize? | Ep. 116

April 23rd, 2019


Regret can be a powerful emotion. When that negative feeling remains unresolved over time, it may grow to feel overwhelming. Today, we have a letter …

My Sister is an Angry Bully | Ep. 115

April 16th, 2019


If there’s one thing I’ve learned in six years of writing the column with Dr. Cheri, it’s that bullies can be found everywhere. This week’s letter …

I'm a Roasting Mess | Ep. 114

April 9th, 2019


This week, roasting makes another appearance on our show. If you haven’t heard of it, it’s where someone goes on social media and invites people to …

FOMO is a Thing | Ep. 113

April 2nd, 2019


Ever heard of FOMO? It’s the Fear of Missing Out, and it’s usually caused by spending too much time on social media, watching what othes are doing. Some people get so wrapped up in their friends’ lives—as shown online, …

Rebellious Adult Children | Ep. 112

March 26th, 2019


Being a single mom is tough. I know—I’ve been one. But it’s even harder when that child grows up and claims you’ve had a bad impact on their life. It shakes you to your core to find out that your child, for whom you …

Mom distraught over daughter’s late-term abortion | Ep. 111

March 19th, 2019


The controversy over legal abortion is raging, and politicians are once again debating what to do about it. Often left out of that debate, though, is …

Slut-shaming is still significant | Ep. 110

March 12th, 2019


One of the great injustices in our society is the way that men are treated versus women when it comes to sexual activity. Men are given a pass—even treated as though they’ve made conquests—if they’re promiscuous. Women, …

Authority Bullies | Ep. 109

March 5th, 2019


Bosses are often the source of heartburn for their employees. But sometimes, they go further than that and use the power to become bullies. We heard …

Momo: A Dangerous New Form of Cyberbullying | Ep. 108

February 26th, 2019


If you’re a parent, you may not be all that savvy about the goofy – and often dangerous – stuff being promoted on social media. A while back, it was all about eating laundry detergent pods. Now kids are being asked to …

Marijuana Use and Entitled Kids-A Dangerous Combination | Ep. 107

February 19th, 2019


Marijuana use is a divisive topic these days, with some people saying it’s harmless and pushing to legalize it. Others point to scientific research that shows it causes significant health risks. One thing is certain: …

Marriage: Still Waiting | Ep. 106

February 12th, 2019


Should a couple live together before they get married? If you listen to this show, you know my answer is No. But—if they do—how long should they …

Work Ethic: ‘It’s Just a Part-Time Job’ | Ep. 105

February 5th, 2019


It’s pretty well documented that millennials don’t have any particular loyalty toward employers. A recent Gallup report on millennials found that 21% …

Sexual Assault at Christmastime | Ep 104

January 29th, 2019


Sexual assault has many horrible effects. But one that no one talks much about is when victims feel like they should keep quiet because they don’t …

J/K Does Not Make it OK | Ep 103

January 15th, 2019


One of the most common –and harmful—ways kids bully each other is over social media. That’s followed closely by texting.And when they do it, they …

Modesty Isn't Only About Clothing | Ep 102

January 8th, 2019


On this episode, Rhonda takes on the age-old disagreement between girls and their parents: What clothes are too sexy to wear in public? A letter from …

My Daughter Is A Waffler | Ep 101

January 1st, 2019


If you have a truly indecisive child, you know it can be maddening. This week’s letter is from a mom whose daughter won’t make up her mind about …

Yakety-Yak - Don't Talk Back | Ep 100A

December 25th, 2018


What do you do with kids who talk back? They rarely accept what a parent tells them without an argument. And that can be difficult. This week, we …

A Retrospective | Ep 100

December 18th, 2018


It's been 100 episodes for "Bullying, Life and Stuff with Rhonda Orr," and she takes some time to talk about how the show came about, a look back at …

Top 10 Values for Today | Ep 99

December 11th, 2018


Values define people and their behavior. But many people can’t define their values. Teens, especially, struggle to decide what they believe … and …

Porn: Is it a Big Deal? | Ep 98

December 4th, 2018


Pornography is a much bigger deal than many people realize.It’s not harmless. It causes rifts in relationships. It objectifies the subjects, usually women. And it can lead those who treat it as a fantasy to reject real …

Parents: Don't Punish Kids Who Report Bullying | Ep 97

November 27th, 2018


Being a victim of bullying hurts. But what hurts even worse is when a victim is punished for reporting that they’ve been bullied. It may surprise you …

Why Wasn't I Invited? | Ep 96

November 20th, 2018


Have you ever NOT been invited to an event that you expected to go to? It sure can hurt, especially when your friends all seem to be going. This week, we received a letter from a girl who wasn’t asked to attend her …

Friend is a Cutter and Bullied | Ep 95

November 13th, 2018


You may not have heard of cutting, but it’s a widespread problem among young people, especially girls. It’s exactly what it sounds like: a cutter is someone who makes small cuts on body parts such as the wrists, arms, …

Catfished Girl Needs Help | Ep 94

November 6th, 2018


Heard of catfishing? It’s when someone makes up an online persona and then uses it to gain another person’s trust. This week, we heard from the mother of a young woman who was catfished. The woman believed she had a …

Timeout Works, If Done Correctly | Ep 93

October 30th, 2018


If you’re a parent, you may have used Timeout as a form of discipline when your child was young. This week, we heard from a mom who is having some …

"I Don't Know" is Not an Answer | Ep 92

October 23rd, 2018


If you’ve ever had a conversation with a teenager, you have heard the answer “I don’t know” to a question you asked them. Of course, you know they DO know. They just don’t want to think of an actual answer. This week, …

Couth is a Thing | Ep 91

October 16th, 2018


Do you value the things that make a person couth? You may not even know that word. It’s not used much anymore. It means someone who shows, or has, good manners or sophistication. This week, we heard from a woman whose …

Why won't parents parent? | Ep 89

October 10th, 2018


One of my biggest pet peeves is the way parents have become more concerned about being their kids’ friends - than being their parents. Being a real …

Surviving a Mother's Suicide | Ep 90

October 9th, 2018


This week, we answered a letter about suicide.Suicides often lead to guilty feelings among survivors, and when a parent takes their own life, …

Making Common Courtesy Common Again | Ep 88

September 18th, 2018


Do you recall the days when common courtesy was common? You know—saying, please and thank you, or excuse me. Those very basic standards are disappearing. And it’s unfortunate. A grandfather wrote to Rhonda asking what …

Forgiving a Bully: Hard but Necessary | Ep 87

September 11th, 2018


Forgiveness is very difficult. It’s especially hard when you’ve been victimized and the person who did it isn’t punished. This week, we heard from a …

Unusual Marriage Arrangements | Ep 86

September 4th, 2018


This week, we heard from a woman whose parents just couldn’t get along—until Mom let Dad date other women. This hasn’t gone over well with the …

Is she making up her childhood sex abuse claim? | Ep 85

August 28th, 2018


Coming to terms with childhood sexual abuse as an adult is difficult. It’s even harder when trusted family members don’t believe you were abused. …

Bullycide and Bullying Awareness Fatigue | Ep 84

August 21st, 2018


This week’s letter is from a woman who is suffering from bullying-awareness-fatigue. She feels we’ve discussed it enough, and says it must be under …

When Grandma's a Mom Again | Ep 83

August 14th, 2018


Grandparents love being the “good guys” who can spoil the kids…and then send them home. But what happens when Grandma has to take over caring for the children? This week, we heard from a woman who is in that position. …

Stuck Between Two Boyfriends | Ep 82

August 8th, 2018


When a young girl is dumped by a boyfriend, her new boyfriend turns out to be violent and jealous. When a young girl is dumped by a boyfriend, her …

Boys Need a Dad - Even a Mediocre One | Ep 81

August 8th, 2018


Growing up is tough enough for boys these days, but it’s even more difficult when they don’t have a father in their life. Studies show that a dad …

Summertime Friendship Nightmares | Ep 80

July 19th, 2018


Summertime should be fun for kids who get a break from school. But too often, it’s time for relationship drama. One Mom who has had enough writes to …

Whatever Happened to Gratitude? | Ep 79

July 10th, 2018


Whatever happened to gratitude? It’s in short supply among today’s kids, as are basic manners. A teacher writes to Rhonda and Dr. Cheri to ask what she can do, and Rhonda gives her some ideas n this show.

Defusing the F-Bomb | Ep 78

July 3rd, 2018


If you’re as frustrated as Rhonda is with the constant use of the f-word by kids (and adults), you’ll want to hear her advice to a mom whose boys are …

When Kids Steal | Ep 77

June 26th, 2018


When kids steal… what should a parent do? What’s the most effective way to put an end to it? A mom writes to Rhonda and Dr. Cheri and gets some …

Cynical About Cynics | Ep 76

June 19th, 2018


Cynicism can be very frustrating to someone with a dream, as this week’s letter to Rhonda and Dr. Cheri points out. Rhonda offers some tips for dealing with parents who just can’t get on board.

Money Bullies | Ep 75

June 12th, 2018


What should a wife do when a husband puts limits on her spending as though it’s his money? Rhonda has some suggestions in this episode.

Girl Bullied for Being Poor | Ep 74

June 5th, 2018


This week’s letter was written by a grandmother on behalf of her young granddaughter, whose mother was murdered, leaving her to stay with Grammy. But Grammy can’t afford to supply her with much in the way of stuff kids …

Yesterday - I don't live there anymore | Ep 73

May 29th, 2018


This week, Rhonda hears from a woman who has never been believed or believed in by her family.

What can she do to Let it Go? And why is it important that she does? Rhonda explains.

Fiance Kicks Dog | Ep 72

May 22nd, 2018


When a woman’s fiancé is seen kicking her dog, she begins to worry. Rhonda says that’s the right reaction to have and explains why it could be a …

The Barbie Bullies | Ep 71

May 15th, 2018


Is All-American Girl Barbie a bad influence for kids? Should she eat a cheeseburger or two and stop wearing those 6-inch heels? Do you care? Rhonda …

Bullied for Being Overweight | Ep 70

May 8th, 2018


When a girl’s friend starts acting differently and begins talking about suicide because she’s being bullied, the girl writes to Rhonda and Dr. Cheri …

Is My Son Schizophrenic? | Ep 69

May 1st, 2018


A mom is worried enough about the fact that her son has returned home after quitting college, but things become a real concern when a friend suggests …

Wedding Traditions and Norms for Today's Culture | Ep 68

April 24th, 2018


Parents battle for control of their children’s wedding plans in this episode. Rhonda suggests the bride-and groom-to-be re-take the reins of the …

How Girls Bully Differently Than Boys | Ep 67

April 17th, 2018


A concerned mother writes to Rhonda and Dr. Cheri to ask about the differences between girls who bully and boys who do. They are indeed different, …

Mom Is An Embarrassment | Ep 66

April 10th, 2018


Her daughter is embarrassed by her and says she’s the worst Mom ever. What can she do? Rhonda says there’s still hope for the relationship. Mom just needs to remember how important it is for teens and pre-teens to save …

Ostracizing is Abuse | Ep 65

April 3rd, 2018


When a woman’s grandmother is ostracized because of a lie she told to protect a child, the granddaughter writes to Rhonda and Dr. Cheri for advice.

Sexual harassment, cheer and dance | Ep 64

March 27th, 2018


A mom who is frustrated with other parents and their children belittling her girls for choosing cheer and dance as their sports writes to the ‘Dear …

Is Grandma a Goody-Two-Shoes? | Ep 63

March 20th, 2018


A grandmother is unhappy when a long-time friend decides to tell her she’s a judgmental Goody-Two-Shoes. She insists she’s not. Rhonda helps figure it out.

Oversharers Need Boundaries | Ep 62

March 13th, 2018


When a woman’s decision to tell a co-worker, who turns out to be an “oversharer,” a few secrets, she begins to feel a little uncomfortable. Rhonda explains why some people overshare and offers some suggestions to stop …

Pompous or Healthy Self-Esteem? | Ep 61

March 6th, 2018


Can a child musician be pompous? Mom and Dad don’t think he is, but the music teacher sure does. Rhonda offers a self-check for parents to make sure they’re not over-praising their kids.

Gossiping-the Worst Form of Cyberbullying | Ep 60

February 27th, 2018


When a girl’s best friend in high school turns out not to be much of a friend in college, she investigates and learned that thanks to a …

Style is Distracting | Ep 59

February 20th, 2018


Mom’s frustrated because one daughter doesn’t understand that how she looks affects how people view her opinions. She asks Rhonda and Dr. Cheri how to get the point across.

Forgiveness Comes First | Ep 58

February 13th, 2018


Having a child with problems with ADHD, or PTSD can be a real challenge. It requires you, as a parent, to develop a whole different set of reactions …

Your Happiness--One Thing Bullies Can't Stand | Ep 57

February 6th, 2018


A girl whose older sister was bullied and told her parents, only to have her phone taken away, finds herself being bullied and is afraid to report …

Fault-finding must stop! | Ep 56

January 30th, 2018


When a woman’s sister-in-law constantly finds flaws in her life, she writes to Rhonda and Dr. Cheri for advice. Rhonda’s suggestion: don’t accept the one-upping treatment.

Own Your Mistakes Before They Own You | Ep 55

January 23rd, 2018


If you own your past, mistakes and all, it can’t be used against you. That’s the advice Rhonda and Dr. Cheri give a woman who’s made her share of mistakes in the past.

Gay and Depressed Over Parents Re-marriage | Ep 54

January 16th, 2018


When a high schooler’s Mom decides to get back together with the abusive man she divorced, her gay son is unhappy. He turns to Rhonda and Dr. Cheri …

Teen Babysitters Need Training | Ep 53

January 9th, 2018


Babysitting is a serious business these days, and parents need to conduct real interviews with the prospective sitter before allowing him or her to take charge of their kids, Rhonda explains in this episode.

Choices and Responsibility | Ep 52

January 2nd, 2018


When a teenage boy admits to his mother that he’s been cheating at school, he assumes that his admission will absolve him of blame. He’s about to …

Better offer from a new friend? | Ep 51

December 26th, 2017


A mother becomes concerned when her daughter gets out of a sleepover with a friend to go out with a new girl in their school. What can she do? Rhonda …

Online Self-Harm | Ep 50

December 19th, 2017


You may have heard of cutting, in which a victim slices open their own skin, but now there's a new version of this phenomenon -- online self-harm, …

Bullying and School Attacks | Ep 49

December 12th, 2017


When a girl is accused of bullying by a less-popular girl, it turns out the "victim" is also preparing to attack a school with weapons. Rhonda …

Unique, Just Like Everyone Else | Ep 48

December 5th, 2017


Teens often try different personas in their effort to find their individuality, but just as often, they end up in a group where all the members try to be the same. That's a parent's dilemma on this episode, and Rhonda …

Revenge Bullying: Does it Work? | Ep 47

November 28th, 2017


A mom writes to the Dear Rhonda and Dr. Cheri looking for advice when one of her daughters begins defending the other from a bully by "revenge …

Is my child a victim of my domestic abuse? | Ep 46

November 14th, 2017


A mother worries that her two daughters were harmed by seeing her abused by their father. Rhonda explains what she can do about the situation.

Let Kids Pick Their Own Talents | Ep 45

November 7th, 2017


When a father starts telling his 9-year-old son what kinds of extracurricular activities he can participate in, based on how likely they are to …

Civility is the Answer to Bullying | Ep 44

October 31st, 2017


Today's rampant bullying behavior will be stopped if we can teach people of all ages to be more civil.

What's with all the eye-rolling? | Ep 43

October 24th, 2017


Did you know that rolling your eyes is not only a sign of dismissiveness, it's also a sign of disrespect? Rhonda explains why you should try to curb …

Great Kids Doing Great Things | Ep 42

October 17th, 2017


Sometimes if seems as if adults want to put all teens into one category: bad. But a mom wrote to "Dear Rhonda & Dr. Cheri" to tell us about some …

The Lunchbox Bullies | Ep 41

October 10th, 2017


A school volunteer is disillusioned when she sees how frequently bullying goes on in the lunchroom. Rhonda explains what she can do to stop it.

Technology is here to stay, but bullying and suicide don't have to be | Ep 40

October 3rd, 2017


A mom is concerned when her daughter shows signs of suicidal behavior after being cyberbullied. Rhonda offers some suggestions that she can use to …

Family Meal Time Can Reduce Sibling Rivalry | Ep 39

September 26th, 2017


A mom with two girls who argue all the time is at her wits' end. She turns to Rhonda & Dr. Cheri for advice, and the solution can be as simple as …

Extra: Dave Jackson reviews the show | Ep 38A

September 20th, 2017


The creator of the "School of Podcasting," Dave Jackson, reviews the show in one of his shows, "Podcast Rodeo." See what he thought of it.

Just not perfect anymore! | Ep 38

September 12th, 2017


A woman comes to realize that she's been asking for an unrealistic level of perfection from herself and her friends. Now she's apologizing and …

Passive-Aggressive Bullies in Class | Ep 37

September 5th, 2017


Rhonda reads a letter from a teacher who is dismayed to find that her students are passive-aggressive bullies and suggests some ways to deal with …

Fake Names Can Get You 20 Years | Ep 36

August 29th, 2017


A woman writes to Rhonda because her roommate has been using her name as a way to stay anonymous online, but Rhonda has a surprise for both of them: using a false name online is a federal crime.

The Attention-Seeking Daughter | Ep 35

August 22nd, 2017


When a mom finds that her daughter is using smartphone apps that lead to her being cyberbullied, she's not sure what to do about it. Rhonda offers …

To Tattoo or Not to Tattoo? | Ep 34

August 18th, 2017


(Recorded June 2015) Rhonda reads a letter from a girl who thinks it might be time to get inked.

Don't be a People-pleaser | Ep 33

August 17th, 2017


(Recorded June 2015) Getting past being a people-pleaser isn't always easy, but it is important.

The Unfriendly Skies | Ep 32

August 15th, 2017


A letter from a woman who had an unhappy experience with commercial air travel points to a bigger problem in society: incivility. Rhonda offers some tips to avoid the problems in the future..

Bullied on the Bus | Ep 31

August 11th, 2017


(Recorded Aug. 2015) A girl who is being bullied on the school bus asks Rhonda for advice.

The One-Upper | Ep 30

August 10th, 2017


Rhonda reads a letter from a woman who's constantly "one-upped" by her daughter-in-law.

The ABCs of Intellectual Bullying | Ep 29

August 9th, 2017


How to deal with people who believe more education makes them superior to you.

Change yourself, then change the world! | Ep 28

August 8th, 2017


Rhonda talks about a letter from a woman whose childhood bully now works in her company and gives her a little advice on how to deal with her,

My Mom's a Hypocrite! | Ep 27

August 7th, 2017


(Recorded July 2016) Rhonda's topic is a letter from a girl whose mom believes in "Do as I say, not as I do."

Mean girls can grow up to be mean bosses | Ep 26

August 1st, 2017


A woman finds that an adult bully is causing problems in a relative's office. Rhonda offers some suggestions for how to deal with the bully.

Report, report, report bullying! | Ep 25

July 31st, 2017


(Recorded June, 2016) Rhonda's STOP BULLYING Foundation's Young Adult Ambassador, Kyra Barstad, joins Rhonda to talk about why it's important to …

Include humility in civility | Ep 24

July 25th, 2017


When a mom sees her daughter's ego running away with her, she writes to Rhonda and Dr. Cheri for some advice on how to handle the situation.

What's Wrong with Today's Parents? | Ep 23

July 18th, 2017


A mom who has had it with parents who are more concerned about being their kids' friends than their parents writes to the "Dear Rhonda and Dr. Cheri" …

The Blackmailing Bully | Ep 22

July 11th, 2017


A girl who made the mistake of making out topless in her backyard is horrified to learn that a high school classmate has photos--and he's threatening …

Sexual Harassment, Suicide, and Homeschooling | Ep 21

July 4th, 2017


A girl is bullied and sexually harassed at a public school until she's suicidal. But then, with the help of a supportive family, she makes a decision …

I know their divorce isn't my fault, but ... | Ep 20

June 27th, 2017


A teen boy whose parents have divorced is having some trouble: he's bullying younger kids and his sister says he's becoming a narcissist. What he …

Don't ask - It's rude! | Ep 19

June 20th, 2017


How you noticed lately how many people ask personal questions as though they're entitled to an answer? One woman wrote to the "Dear Rhonda & Dr. …

Why are girls still being slut-shamed? | Ep 18

June 6th, 2017


Rhonda talks about the problems of slut-shaming. Girls are still routinely slammed for their sexual activities, even if they aren't sexually active. Yet boys aren't, and are lauded for their sexual conquests. Why this …

13 Ways to Stop Bullying | Ep 17

May 30th, 2017


The Netflix series "13 Reasons Why" is drawing a lot of attention for its frank depiction of the slut-shaming and bullying that drives it's fictional …

No one is born to be a loser | Ep 16

May 24th, 2017


We've probably all been called a loser at one time or another, but, this week, Rhonda takes on a letter from a woman who's starting to believe she might actually BE a loser.

When little girls are bullies... | Ep 15

May 18th, 2017


Little girls are made of sugar and spice and everything nice. But sometimes, they can be bullies. Rhonda explains why and what parents can do to …

Stop making snowflakes! | Ep 14

May 2nd, 2017


A mom is frustrated with today's "snowflakes"--kids who are so sensitive that they can be hurt by just about any unkind comment. Rhonda offers some suggestions.

Making kids self-sufficient | Ep 13

April 25th, 2017


Rhonda gives parents a realistic list of expectations for teens and college-age kids in an effort to prevent them from staying dependent on their …

Bully boyfriend = Bully husband | Ep 12

April 19th, 2017


Will a boyfriend who treats a woman badly change after he marries her? No way, says Rhonda in this episode.

PTSD--Not just for combat veterans | Ep 11

April 11th, 2017


Rhonda responds to a young woman who says her brother, a Marine, feels she's just looking for attention with her diagnosis of PTSD after a sexual …

Millennials' guide to real relationships | Ep 10

April 1st, 2017


A woman writes to the "Dear Rhonda and Dr. Cheri" advice column asking what's wrong with Millennials when it comes to relationships. Rhonda explains …

When getting pain meds is a pain | Ep 09

March 28th, 2017


Rhonda delves deeper into a letter sent to the "Dear Rhonda & Dr. Cheri" advice column by a woman who is frustrated by her doctors' unwillingness …

Incest victim: Why don't they believe me? | Ep 08

March 21st, 2017


A woman who was the victim of incest as a young girl tells her story and Rhonda explores what she can do now as well as why parents should believe …

Transgendered at age 9? | Ep 07

March 14th, 2017


Rhonda answers a letter from a grandmother who is worried that her 9-year-old granddaughter is being pushed into hormone treatments because the …

Is this Elder Abuse? | Ep 06

March 7th, 2017


A man worries that his sister is taking financial advantage of his elderly mother. Rhonda gives him some advice on what to do about it.

I'm weirded out! | Ep 05

February 28th, 2017


A girl is weirded out when she finds that a former bully now wants to ask her out--because he never acknowledges the past bullying! Rhonda gives her …

Gaslighting | Ep 04

February 9th, 2017


A girl suffers gaslighting by her sister. What is gaslighting? What can she do about it? Find out in this episode of The Rhonda Orr Show.

The Headless Barbie (NEW July, 2017) | Ep 03

February 2nd, 2017


When a girl's best friend decides she's spending too much time with the "cool kids," Barbie suffers her wrath! Rhonda tells the girl what she can do …

Kids and Animal Abuse | Ep 02

January 31st, 2017


Rhonda takes on the issue of children who abuse animals. A mom wants to know how concerned she should be that her 6-year-old abused a pet cat.

The One-Upper | Ep 01

January 17th, 2017


Have you ever dealt with a one-upper? That’s’ someone who has to prove they do things better than you do….or they’re better than you are. It can sometimes start to feel like a game. But it’s a game where everyone loses. …

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