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.
The introduction did a nice job of setting up who the show is for as did your description. The opening segment had the words "defund" and "Police" and under normal circumstances, I would've pressed stop right there. I get enough of that discussion in the mainstream news, and I personally turn to podcasts to niche down and get away from things that I get in the mainstream. It just filled my heart and brain with "oh no... here it comes..."
Knowing Rhonda, I understand she is reading the opening introduction, but for me, this seemed unnatural. The other thing (and this may be me listening through the ears of a podcaster) the audio seem over-compressed that made it a tad "boomy" and her breathes were somewhat exaggerated. Her guests had a somewhat hissy connection, and the two side bu side only made the differences more obvious. There isn't much you can do when it comes to guests.
The other thing that sent my brain wondering is Rhonda asked the guest to explain his green zone, and in my opinion, his elevator pitch needs some work. The other issue I had happening goes back to the opening clip. I'm waiting for this guy to bring up the police, and I'm just dreading it. So my own internal thoughts are competing with a not so great elevator pitch. When he started to talk about cyberbullying it got a bit more interesting. I'm not sure why, but this just didn't hold my attention. It might be that I'm just not your target audience (a female student or their Mom).
I might find some of my target audience and ask them to spell bullybuster and see if they spell with or without a space. My knee jerk reaction is bully buster.