Season 1 is true crime and focuses on Beverly Jordan and her fiancé that was "too good to be true.' The following seasons educate on safety within various platforms of life with experts, leaders and victims sharing their experience on topics of sex trafficking, domestic abuse, active shooters and more. Each episode provides an understanding on how to watch and interpret behavior and the warning signs and cues that enable us to predict violent behavior. This podcast will empower you with awareness and life changing ability to stay safe!
This episode releases exactly 34 years to the day of Beverly Jordan's murder. A guest host interviews Barb, who shares her thoughts on the ripple effect within this tragedy.
The Cycle of Violence
Shan Foster stars as a guest, and speaks about violence against women as well as other injustices, and provides his insight on what it takes to bring change.
When college student, Lauren McCluskey, was charmed by the bouncer at a local bar, her life quickly unraveled into danger with his control, manipulation and deception.
Surviving a violent assault is much more than physically making it through the attack. This young woman shares her story about jogging on a trail and the atmosphere leading up to becoming a victim. She discusses her journey through trauma and the effects it has had on her life and how she has found several avenues of support to work her way to healing.
Eliza Ep 45
Eliza Fletcher was jogging at 4:30 in the morning when a car pulled up beside her, forced her into the car and eventually killed her. This episode highlights some of the details of her story as well as violence against women and the actions women can take to stay safe.
Love Bomb Ep 44
The fairy tale beginning in this relationship took a turn for the worst as control, manipulation and isolation reared it's ugly head.
Ripple Effect a Million Times Over
I am a former athlete who had the privilege of playing for/learning from Barb. Back in 1995, she was a force. Until now, I had no idea that she had this history with Bev. Barb has inspired thousands of female athletes to achieve greatness with her inspirational message, her work-ethic, her modeling and her grit.
Through a CSUN alumni newsletter, I came across an event and went down the rabbit hole to learn about Barb’s story. I have “binge listened” to the 6 seasons of Always Bev.
This podcast should be required listening for teens and young women.
But seriously…We have to figure out how to fix the way we are raising boys in order to avoid so many of them turning into predatory men. There is a societal aspect that enables the behavior. I found myself frustrated and angry the entire time because 50% of the population should not have to live with this fear.
The message of INTUITION should be ingrained in all girls at the moment when females start to waver-Middle School.
These survivors are incredible. Thank you for sharing and keep going with your mission of awareness. I’m listening all the way from Spain.
Thanks Barb for all you do/have done to empower women!
ENGAGING AND ENLIGHTNING! These podcasts are truly changing behavior towards vigilance. That strong message shared by Barb and her guests is without question, saving lives.
Forward to everyone you know. Easy way to digest life saving information. Send to every kid you know going to college!