Why do some women attract all the drama? Asenith, 28, and Mayra, 21, admit to being “bitches” and say they don’t need any female friends. Then, two feisty reality show stars, Drita D’avanzo and Renee Graziano of VH1’s Mob Wives, explain their fist-flying brawls. What does Dr. Phil have to say about his guests’ confrontational ways?

Drama Magnets?

Two self-proclaimed "bitches," Asenith and Mayra, say trouble always seems to find them, but they don't see anything wrong with their fighting ways. Can a role-playing exercise help Asenith, who has gotten kicked out of college and banned for life from Disney World, change her confrontational approach? Plus, why does Mayra say she can't trust other women?

"I was born this way; it's who I am."



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"Mob Wives"

Renee Graziano and Drita D’avanzo of VH1’s Mob Wives open up to Dr. Phil about their hair-pulling, knock-down fights with other women on the show. Do they see anything wrong with their behavior, and what does Dr. Phil have to say about the violence?

"When she called me the bitch word twice, I snapped."