Cherie voices her frustration over the way she says Craig approaches her for sex.
Does love really conquer all? Cherie and Craig say the last half of their 16-year marriage has been virtually sexless and filled with anger and resentment. With Dr. Phil’s help, can they rekindle their romance? Plus, meet Kim and Krickitt Carpenter, who overcame a devastating accident and inspired the movie, The Vow
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Cherie says her husband, Craig, is sexist, demeaning and treats her like a servant. Craig says his wife uses sex to control him, and as a result, he's a slave to his anger. The couple admits that the tension in their household is negatively affecting their 11-year-old daughter. Can Dr. Phil help them get to the root of their resentment? “It’s hard to hug a porcupine.”
Dr. Phil challenges Craig and Cherie to a communication exercise. Will they pass or fail?“Relationships are 100-100.”
Just weeks after Kim and Krickitt got married, a horrible car crash left Krickitt with brain damage, which erased memories of her new husband. The couple describes their inspiring, yet oftentimes heartbreaking, journey of falling in love again. Plus, find out how they feel about having their lives played out in the movie, The Vow
.“We got a second chance.”