Dr Phil: Kids Caught In Divorce & Rebuilding Parent/Child Relationship

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Dr Phil April 15 2013 Preview

On April 15 2013, Dr Phil takes on another family drama. It seems like April is divorce month on Dr Phil. If you are going through a family drama, this is the show you need to pay attention to. A couple wants to shield their kids from their own drama, but only end up dragging them in with them.

Dr Phil: Children Caught In Nasty Divorce

Dr Phil: Kids Caught In Divorce & Rebuilding Parent/Child Relationship

On April 15 2013, Dr Phil talks to a couple that is putting their kids in the middle of their nasty divorce.

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This family is in crisis and they don’t even realize how bad the situation is. They tell Dr Phil that they are protecting their kids from the drama. The father has been cheating on his wife for some time now. The kids are aware of the drama but they don’t know the full extent.

The wife and mother has tried to keep the kids from knowing about the whole situation, but they know that she has also been unfaithful to their father. She’s even told them about it!

She doesn’t trust her husband and goes through his phone records. She had her daughters highlight certain numbers that come up over and over again. The kids have called the numbers and talked to the women that he’s been having affairs with.

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Dr Phil: Rebuilding Your Parent/Child Relationship

Dr Phil advises that you build up your parent/child relationship and not tear it down. This parent/child relationship on April 15 is all out of whack. Here are his top suggestions for finding life again:

  • Stop judging. You should be able to love one another without loving everything that person does. 
  • Be honest. Tell the truth and retain a boundary of respect. If you get to a topic that triggers certain feelings, you are allowed to say, “I don’t want to talk about that.”
  • Talk about things that don’t matter. Sounds strange, right? If all you ever talk about are problems, that is all you will ever have.
  • Ease into it. Don’t expect things to change overnight, but moving forward is always a good thing. If you hit a problem, don’t feel bad about taking a step back. Move at your own pace, but move forward.

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