Monday May 25, 2020

Tuesday May 26, 2020

Caught Between Two Brittanys

Brittany and Jeramie met in high school and have been in an on-and-off relationship for 18 years, which has led to a tumultuous co-parenting relationship. Jeramie also has an off-and-on relationship with an old classmate named Brittney who is currently living in his home. Brittany says she resents Brittney for “playing mom,” to her kids while Jeramie says his girlfriend provides a stable home life that his ex-wife never could.  

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Wednesday May 27, 2020


Gun Toting, Pot Smoking, and Only 11 Years Old

Bree says she is very concerned about her 11-year-old son, JJ’s, extremely violent behavior, which includes threatening to kill her with a steak knife. But Bree says JJ isn’t just acting out at home; his school was forced to implement a safety plan as a result of the 51 disciplinary infractions he’s incurred in the last three years, as well as a plan to harm another student.Bree says her son recently ran away for three days and he posted photos on social media smoking weed and holding a handgun. Find out what happened that has Dr. Phil concerned about the child returning home with his mother.

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Thursday May 28, 2020


"Is My Nigerian Boyfriend Scamming Me?"

Sixty-four-year-old Josie says she met the love of her life, Victor, on Facebook. Even though he’s Nigerian, 30 years younger, and she’s never physically met him, she insists it’s true love.

She’s purchased a ticket to Nigeria and hopes to marry Victor, but her older sister, Carmen, her best friend, Angela, and her 19-year-old son, Anthony, say Josie is acting like a teenage fool. They believe Victor is conning Josie into marrying him for a green card. Dr. Phil took cameras to Nigeria to find Victor to see if he’s telling Josie the truth. Josie’s family says they want Dr. Phil to convince Josie that this relationship will never work. Is Victor who he says he is, and will Josie leave for Nigeria after hearing what Dr. Phil has to say?

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Friday May 29, 2020

Social Media Meltdown: Parenting Gone Wild

Three moms say they were livestreaming, or posting videos, for what they thought was just their private audience of social media friends -- but they say their videos have now reached over 100 million views combined. Dr. Phil takes a closer look at the stories behind these viral videos to find out why the women's buttons were pushed. First, Karen, a mother of a now 17-year-old, says she went on her daughter's Snapchat after she found her daughter’s boyfriend hiding in her closet! Then, Cassandra, a young mother of two, says she began livestreaming on Facebook to vent after she was very upset after a conversation with police officers and her children’s school. Dr. Phil will also talk to a mother who posted a controversial video when she decided she had enough with her 2-year-old son's picky eating habits!

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