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          "Our Deadbeat Son Stole Thousands From Us and Refuses to Move Out of Our Home with His Lazy Girlfriend"

          June 21, 2017

          PLAYING “Our Deadbeat Son Stole Thousands From Us and Refuses to Move Out of Our Home with His Lazy Girlfriend”
          Krissie wrote to Dr. Phil desperate for help with her 23-year-old son, Justin. Krissie claims Justin has a problem with stealing and in the last few years has stolen thousands of dollars in cash, credit cards and personal items from her and her husband, Randy.

          Krissie says everything out of her son’s mouth is a lie and she is pleading for Dr. Phil to help Justin learn to take accountability for his actions so he can grow up and move out of their house. Justin says his parents are to blame for the person he has become. He claims he had no way to learn a work ethic when everything was given to him and doesn’t see a reason why everything shouldn’t continue to be given to him.

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          Parents Claim Unemployed 23-Year-Old Son Is ‘Moocher’ Who ‘Bullies’ Them To Get What He Wants
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          Why 23-Year-Old Has No Reason To Move Out Of Parents’ Home Or Get A Job
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          Warning For Parents: What Can Happen When You Spoil Your Kids15088_3V

          How 23-Year-Old Rationalizes Being Unemployed, Living With Parents And ‘Smoking Weed’ Every Day


          Why Man Calls Son A ’20-Minute Dad’
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          Woman Says Living In Boyfriend’s Parents’ House Is Like ‘Living In A War Zone’
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          Woman Says She Blames Parents For Enabling Brother’s ‘Bad Behavior’
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          Parents Say They Want Their 23-Year-Old Son To Move Out – But Are They Enabling Him to Stay?
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          How Parents Can Help Their Adult Children Succeed In The World
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