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United States

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@RhondaKOrr

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English

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(928) 515-9996


Episodes

Gay and Depressed Over Parents Re-marriage

1/16/2018
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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 for advice.

Duration: 00:15:52


Teen Babysitters Need Training

1/9/2018
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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.

Duration: 00:14:44


Choices

1/2/2018
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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 learn that having choices means both freedom and responsibility.

Duration: 00:18:47


Better offer from a new friend?

12/26/2017
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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 offers some tips.

Duration: 00:13:17


Online Self-Harm

12/19/2017
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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, where the "victim" bullies themselves on social media. Rhonda offers some advice to a concerned parent.

Duration: 00:16:06


Bullying and School Attacks

12/12/2017
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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 explains how to quietly diffuse one end of the conflict.

Duration: 00:16:42


Unique, Just Like Everyone Else

12/5/2017
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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 give her some suggestions to turn her son around.

Duration: 00:10:13


Revenge Bullying: Does it Work?

11/28/2017
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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 bullying" the perpetrator. Rhonda explains why it will only make things worse.

Duration: 00:18:49


Is my child a victim of my domestic abuse?

11/14/2017
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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.

Duration: 00:18:29


Let Kids Pick Their Own Talents

11/7/2017
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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 result in a college scholarship., the boy's mother writes to the Dear Rhonda and Dr. Cheri column for advice.

Duration: 00:10:59


Civility is the Answer to Bullying

10/31/2017
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Today's rampant bullying behavior will be stopped if we can teach people of all ages to be more civil.

Duration: 00:16:55


What's with all the eye-rolling?

10/24/2017
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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 that habitual eyeroll.

Duration: 00:13:30


Great Kids Doing GreatThings

10/17/2017
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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 teens who did some great things in her neighborhood.

Duration: 00:12:34


The Lunchbox Bullies

10/10/2017
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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.

Duration: 00:12:52


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

10/3/2017
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A mom is concerned when her daughter shows signs of suicidal behavior after being cyberbullied. Rhonda offers some suggestions that she can use to help.

Duration: 00:15:15


Jackie Preston overcomes bullying

9/28/2017
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Jackie Preston, a 15-year-old girl, joins Rhonda to talk about how she was bullied for most of her childhood, and what she did to overcome it.

Duration: 00:13:41


Family Meal Time Can Reduce Sibling Rivalry

9/26/2017
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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 family dinners... with rules, of course.

Duration: 00:13:17


Extra: Dave Jackson reviews the show

9/20/2017
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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.

Duration: 00:07:06


Alexa Rosdahl vs. You Tube bullies

9/19/2017
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When Alexa Rosdahl had to create a YouTube video for a class election, she did it, put it online, and was horrified to see the pages of vulgar comments attacking that resulted. But she didn't fold, and now she's a student representative to her school board. Hear her story on this show.

Duration: 00:17:40


Just not perfect anymore!

9/12/2017
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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 wondering what to do next. Rhonda gives her some ideas.

Duration: 00:10:01

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