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Kids Ask Dr. Phil
Classic Dr. Phil
Dr. Phil opens his mailbag and lets kids ask anything that's on their minds. He tackles some tough questions " from dealing with a drug-addicted parent to taking over for your mother when you're just a teenager.
Rachel, 16, likes to go clubbing with her friends but says her 1:00 a.m. curfew is way too early. "My parents think that I'll become some crazy party girl," she complains.
Are her parents being too strict?
Kayla, 15, hasn't lived with her drug-addicted mom in three years. Her mother is currently sober, but Kayla doesn't know if she should let her back in her life.
As a teen, Tyerra was taking care of her five siblings and sick mom. Now at 24, she says the stress of providing for all the kids is overwhelming.
Can she run the house and not burn out?
Dr. Phil checks back in during his 2000th show. See Tyerra now!
Ryan, an 8-year-old cancer patient, had his wishes come true when he met Dr. Phil and Robin and got to ride in Dr. Phil's Formula One Ferrari.
The audience, full of special guests from The Alliance for Children's Rights, gets a chance to ask Dr. Phil their questions about parenting and foster care.
What you didn't see on the show.
Today's show benefited the Alliance for Children's Rights. The Alliance for Children's Rights is a non-profit organization dedicated to protecting the rights of children who are in or just leaving the foster care system, children in need of health care, with learning disabilities or in need of adoptive families. Click here to find out more, or go to www.kids-alliance.org.