BullyBuster with Rhonda Orr

BullyBuster with Rhonda Orr

Join Rhonda Orr, who has headed up two non-profits dealing with abuse and bullying, as this weekly show helps Moms (and Grandmas) understand what kind of bullying behaviors their girls face in today’s world and how they can help their daughters avoid being bullied. Rhonda knows anyone can be a victim, but the key is not to stay a victim. Using her Triangle of Triumph, Rhonda has taught hundreds of kids how to go from Victim to Survivor to Leader. In this podcast, she will speak to their Moms, giving them tips to assist them in navigating the sometimes confusing world of bullying.... Show More

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July 8, 2020 32 min
Today, we’re going to talk about the Big Brothers Big Sisters of America program. It’s a nationwide organization whose mission is to create and support one-to-one mentoring relationships. They do this by pairing kids between age five and young adulthood—they’re called Littles—with carefully screened adult mentors – known as Bigs. My guest is the Executive Director of the Northern Arizona chapter of Big Brothers, Big Sisters, Erin M...
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Today, we talk with a woman who is the very definition of power and yet, is also the very needed woman of today. She has empathy and the courage to help others who have suffered. Abby Bolt was, for over 20 years, a wildland firefighter. She started her career on an elite Hotshot Crew. She continued on, becoming a helicopter rappeller, Engine Captain, and moved up the chain of command to battalion chief. Abby fought and managed fir...
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Today, my guest is Alexa Rosdahl, a college student I’ve known since she was in high school. Alexa was the Young Ambassador for one of my non-profits. She inspired hundreds at our "Civility Ends Bullying" rallies. Today, she talks with me about an atrocious bullying incident that happened to her in high school. It involves a YouTube video and a student council election. We’ll learn what went wrong and how she dealt with it.
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Jaime Villalovos is an entrepreneur. Along with her husband, Shawn, she started Team Revolution, Inc., a financial services firm.But Jaime has always put her family –she has four kids— and her faith first. She’s learned the value of teaching all of her children differently based on their individual personalities. That’s especially true for her oldest, 14-year-old Daisy. Jaime has faced a childhood of abject poverty and family sexua...
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Did you know that more than 3 million Domestic Violence incidents are reported each year in the US? But an estimated 10 million go un-reported. This week on BullyBuster, my guest is Sergeant James Tobin, a highly honored police officer, and a big fan of community policing. He’s especially concerned about Domestic Violence… where the vast majority of victims are women and children. Sergeant Tobin discusses with me the many ways that...
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If you’ve ever been bullied at work, you’ll want to hear my guest today. Marilyn Huffman has worked at the Better Business Bureau for nine years. She’s the director for the Pacific Southwest region. Marilyn provides support and education as President of the Professional Women’s Group in her territory. She’s an inspiration to women facing on-the-job bullying from women. Statistics show that woman-on-woman bullying is 65% more common...
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This week on episode #4, Annie Mayo, an award-winning – President and founder of Advanced Mineral Makeup since 2009, talks about being different and how that equals being bullied. Annie attended a very strict Catholic school where wearing a uniform usually means having automatic protection from bullies, because the students are not differentiated by socio-economic norms, fashion ideologies, and sometimes religion, to name a few sta...
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Today, my guest is Darlene Thompson, a Special Education Teacher at the Yavapai County, Arizona, Juvenile Detention School. She’s been there for 8 years and has her master’s in Special Education.I met Darlene when she invited me to speak to the students, about bullying and my Civility Triangle of Triumph program. My first question to the students was, “Who, here, was bullied or abused?” and every single hand went up. Then, it came ...
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My guest, Dr. Cheri L. McDonald, who’s a licensed marriage and family therapist and an author, recently published her latest book, "Heal Your Trauma, Heal Your Marriage." Dr. McDonald practices in Westlake Village, California. Dr. Cheri, as she is called in our columns Dear Rhonda and Dr. Cheri, is talking to me today about how trauma effects our brains and our bodies. And how we can work to create balance and heal our bodi...
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May 6, 2020 19 min
On this show, we’re going to explore in-depth what bullying and abuse are and the devastating effects they can have on our daughters. The connectivity between bullying and suicide has been confirmed by the CDC. Today, Angie, an adjunctive therapist and mom, is joining me. Angie’s daughter, Callie, a middle-school student, was severely bullied at school and completed suicide. I taught a civility-leadership academy every Monday for f...
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April 29, 2020 12 min
This is the introductory episode of life coach Rhonda Orr’s new podcast, BullyBuster. It’s a weekly show where Rhonda, who has headed up two non-profits dealing with abuse and bulling, helps Moms (and Grandmas) understand what kind of bullying behaviors their girls face in today’s world and how they can help their daughters avoid being bullied. Rhonda knows anyone can be a victim, but the key is not to stay a victim. Using her Tria...
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