Dr Phil May 22 2014
Dr Phil’s focus was on domestic violence during the May 22 episode. This is a cause that is important to him and his wife, Robin McGraw, who is behind the foundation When Georgia Smiled and the Aspire initiative against domestic violence. What did these parents learn, and how were they affected when a victim shared her story?
Dr Phil: Hair Trigger Domestic Violence & Losing Control of Anger
Clint admits that he has a hair trigger when it comes to his wife, Janette, who agrees that she provokes his violent rages. What will Dr Phil do for them?
Dr Phil: Children Learn What They Live + Montana Child Abuse Laws
Dr Phil compared the guidelines for defining child abuse in the state of Montana with the behavior and actions of Janette and Clint, who are setting a volatile example. What did he conclude about their situation?
Dr Phil: Horrible Dad? Violence Against Children + Deserve To Be Hurt?
Is Clint a horrible dad? That’s what he thought after hearing from his children, who talked about his scary outbursts and physical confrontations at home. Is he willing to take advantage of the opportunity to make some changes?
Dr Phil: Love Doesn’t Hurt, Separation Assault & Aspire Review
Dr Phil introduced Lindsey, a young woman who shared her own cautionary tale of separation assault and urged troubled parents to end the violence at home. Find out what led to her being permanently disfigured in an attack by her abuser.
Dr Phil: Aspire News App, Verizon Hopeline + Revelation Lip Gloss
Dr Phil and Robin McGraw discussed the Aspire News App, a tool to prevent domestic violence and support victims, as well as their partnership with Verizon Hopeline.