Dr Phil August 22 2013 Recap
On August 22 2013, Dr Phil spoke with two people who might be the worst parents ever. Jennifer and Ralph have let their sons set forest fires and their daughter’s boyfriend is living with them. That doesn’t sound bad. It sounds like a disaster.
Dr Phil: Jennifer & Ralph Don’t Take Care of Their Family
Jennifer and Ralph are unfortunately parents. They never have food in the house, Ralph is always losing his job, and their bills are rarely paid. Check out the train wreck in action:
Dr. Phil: Jennifer And Ralph Are Models Of Poor Parenting
Dr Phil: Teens Set Forest Fires & Jennifer Doped on Depression Meds
Jennifer and Ralph aren’t just bad parents, they are neglectful parents. Jennifer is constantly high on depression medication and Ralph abuses their children. Jennifer threatens to leave, but she never goes through with it. Check out the forest fire fiasco here:
Dr. Phil: Forest Fires And Child Abuse – Ralph & Jennifer’s Family
Dr Phil: How To Treat Children With Depression
One of the biggest problems in Jennifer and Ralph’s home is their 10-year-old son. He actually wrote Jennifer a note, asking her to kill him. He said he no longer wanted to be a part of the worst family ever. Can you blame him? Find out what Dr Phil does here:
Dr. Phil: Jennifer Has A 10 Year Old With Suicidal Thoughts
Dr Phil: Why Your Teenage Daughter’s Boyfriend Shouldn’t Move In With You
It’s an unwritten rule that teenagers shouldn’t be living with their boyfriends or girlfriends. Jennifer’s daughter Kayla, 16, has her 18-year-old boyfriend living in their home. That means one thing: she’s sleeping with him when mommy and daddy aren’t looking. How long until they add another member to the family?
Dr. Phil: Jennifer’s Daughter Sleeping With An Older Man & Cohabiting
Dr Phil Sends Worst Family Ever to Therapy
Surprisingly, Jennifer and Ralph don’t want to win a gold medal for horrible parenting. Dr Phil sets up therapy for their family and makes them promise to follow through.
Dr. Phil: Jennifer And Ralph Get Parenting Help & Therapy For Kids
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