Robin’s World

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Dr. Phil And Robin Share A Personal Story That Will Move You To Tears

A daily presence on Dr. Phil since its inception, viewers worldwide have embraced Robin's contributions to the show; whether she’s discussing her experiences as a woman, wife, mother and now, grandmother, or dealing with issues that women encounter in every phase of their lives. Robin has been to every taping of more than 2,500 shows.

Robin founded When Georgia Smiled: The Robin McGraw and Dr. Phil Foundation. She is the National Spokesperson for Court Appointed Special Advocates for Children (C.A.S.A.), National Celebrity Spokesperson for the Girl Scouts of the USA, member of the American Red Cross National Celebrity Cabinet, 2015 America’s Mother of Achievement Award presented by American Mothers recipient, 2015 Crystal Award from Laura’s House recipient, 21st Annual Knock Out Abuse Gala hosted by CNN’s Wolf Blitzer honoree, Heart of Gold by the Starlight Foundation honoree, Big Heart Award by the Westside Children’s Center honoree, 2014 Woman of Distinction by the Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles and more.

Robin and Dr. Phil, whom she fondly refers to as “Phillip”, have been married for more than 43 years and have two sons, Jay Phillip and Jordan Stevens. Robin continues to make her family, which now includes daughter-in-law Erica and two grandchildren, Avery Elizabeth and London Phillip, the priority in her life.

Robin McGraw Revelation

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‘I Talk To Some Very Wonderful Men And Women,’ Robin Says About Podcast ‘I’ve Got A Secret! With Robin McGraw’

Robin McGraw peels back the curtain on her podcast, “I’ve Got a Secret! with Robin McGraw.”

“It’s a very interesting podcast, and I talk to some very wonderful men and women,” she says on Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil.

Watch the video above to hear about some of her incredible guests – and her series for making your dreams come true.

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When Georgia Smiled: The Robin McGraw and Dr. Phil Foundation

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How Robin McGraw’s Aspire News App Can Help Victims Of Domestic Violence

When Georgia Smiled supports organizations and programs that build awareness, offer solutions, and address the needs of children and families to live healthy, safe and joy-filled lives free of domestic violence and sexual assault. With the launch of WGS in October 2013, Robin set out to enact real change by creating and advancing programs that help women, children, and men escape domestic violence and sexual assault.

In its first year, Robin created the Aspire Initiative, a free curriculum aiming to reduce the level of intimate relationship violence in the U.S. and instill the importance of bystander responsibility. Today, it is taught in schools across the country. Robin also launched the Aspire News app, a free, virtual life-saving smartphone app which is disguised as a current news app but allows users to easily alert selected contacts if they are in danger with a pre-typed or pre-recorded message. It was recognized on Capitol Hill by the National Health Collaborative on Violence and Abuse as one of the top two apps that are the most effective in the fight to end domestic violence, with over 500,000 downloads.

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