Dr. Phil September 24, 2014 Preview
Recapo Update: Here are the articles for this episode:
- Dr. Phil: Abusive Husband & She Stopped Going To The ER To Protect Him
- Dr. Phil: Why Did She Stay With Him? Years of Abuse by Her Husband
- Dr. Phil: Is She Addicted To Painkillers? Abusive Marriage Should End
- Dr. Phil: Robin Visits Domestic Abuse Shelter & Laura’s House Review
- Dr. Phil: When Georgia Smiled Review & Domestic Violence Survivors
Dr. Phil has a great episode September 24, 2014, talking to a woman who got out of an abusive marriage. Despite the abuse, both people want to save their relationship for the sake of their child and remarry. Should they do it?
Then, Robin McGraw will go on a private tour of a domestic violence shelter and Dr. Phil will talk about how college students can enter to win a grant as part of a challenge to raise awareness about assault on college campuses.
Dr. Phil: Should They Redo Their I Dos?
Jaime divorced her husband Jay after two years of marriage because she says he was abusive. During the marriage, they placed nearly 100 calls to the police. Jaime says Jay refuses to let her go and keeps telling her he’ll change. Jay says Jaime always instigates their altercations.
Despite all of that, both people want to remarry for the sake of their child. Is this a terrible idea? I’m betting the answer to that question is yes. What will Dr. Phil say? Find out September 24, 2014.
Dr. Phil: Domestic Violence Shelter
Dr. Phil’s wife Robin McGraw will go down to a private domestic violence shelter on the show as well, talking to the women and children saved from the cycle of violence. During this tumultuous time, with so many stories of domestic abuse in the media, this is a critical time for this sort of spotlight.
Plus, Robin has a big surprise for the shelter. Find out what it is!
Dr. Phil: College Student iAspire Challenge
Dr. Phil will also tell college students on the show how they can enter to win a grant to raise awareness about assault and relationship abuse on their college campus in the iAspire Challenge.