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.
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 using vulgar words. And now her daughter, who is too young to even know what the words mean, is repeating them, too. Find out what mom can do to stop this trend.
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 notice, and they’re making fun of the girl at school. Rhonda tells Grammy what she can do.
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 doesn’t and explains why Barbie dolls are not the threat to society some people accuse her of being.
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 he might be schizophrenic. Is he? What would that mean? Rhonda explains on this show.
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 face.
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 Rhonda and Dr. Cheri’ column for advice. Rhonda explains why it’s wrong to harass anyone based on their choice of talent or sport.
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 it.
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 love-triangle, the old friend has been bullying a third (former) friend by gossiping on social media, she turns to Rhonda and Dr. Cheri for advice.