"Do we continue or do we not continue?" Dr. Phil asks.
"I do feel an incredible amount of frustration," Stacy replies tearfully. "I don't really understand the process ... and there are times that I feel like I get set up."
"This family is a train wreck," Dr. Phil says. To Stacy he asks, "You've run your life for a lot of years. How ya doing?"
Sobbing, Stacy replies, "I can't go through life so hurt and untrusting and unkind. And I'm not saying you should tolerate my cussing and frustration. No one should. And that has to stop. But I feel the need to have someone stick through this ... I'm willing to do whatever it takes for my family."
Chris says that he hasn't approved of the process at times. "I've been at the end of my rope," he confesses. "You're giving us that opportunity right now to not have any more to deal with, and part of me is going, 'You know what? That'd probably be real easy.'"
Dr. Phil wants the family to understand that he is not going to retract any of the resources he's offered thus far if they decide to call it quits.
"I think I need to make some apologies, and I think I need to do some soul searching," she replies. "I feel like I've pushed away everyone in my life ... Maybe I sensed in you that you wouldn't let me do that and that you would say, 'I'm going to stick with you through all of your BS, because I've not had one person in my life do that.'"