Why A Teen Says She Wants Nothing To Do With Her Dad

Larissa wrote to Dr. Phil asking for help because she claims her 14-year-old daughter, Noelle, is verbally abusive and out of control. She claims that Noelle has mental health issues and says she’s exhausted from doing everything all on her own, because her ex-husband, Jared, is in “complete denial” that there’s anything wrong with their child.

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Jared says he loves his daughter but hasn’t seen her since May. “I believe 100% without a doubt that my ex-wife, Larissa, is keeping my daughter from me,” he says.

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But Noelle says she wants nothing to do with her dad. She claims the last time she saw her father, he ripped her phone out of her hands and choked her, which Jared vehemently denies.

“I want no relationship. As far as I’m concerned he can fall off the earth,” she says.

Why does Noelle say she resents Jared?

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Teen Says She Trusts Her Life Coach More Than Her Parents

Teen Says, ‘It’s Hard To Know That My Mom Thinks That I’m Destroying Her Marriage’

Larissa claims her 14-year-old daughter, Noelle, is out-of-control. She says the teenager has been caught with drugs at home, alcohol at school, and once stole and wrecked her car.

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Larissa also claims her daughter’s self-destructive behaviors are hurting her marriage to Noelle’s stepfather, saying, “In the last year Sean and I have separated three times.”

Sean agrees. He says Noelle has no respect for authority and “All of this chaos has had an extreme effect on our marriage.”

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“It’s hard to know that my mom thinks that I’m destroying her marriage,” says Noelle.

“The real problem is the family dynamic,” says the 14-year-old. She claims she’s not the only problem in the family, “but I’m the one who’s getting blamed for it.”

Noelle says her mother sees her as a mental illness, claiming, “She doesn’t see me as a daughter that she wants to love.” Larissa denies it.

Does Dr. Phil have a plan to help Noelle and her parents find some peace?

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Why A Teenager Says She Sometimes Calls Her Mother Names

Mom Claims 14-Year-Old Daughter Is A ‘Beautiful Disaster’ Who Engages In Self-Destructive Behaviors

Noelle’s mother, Larissa, says her 14-year-old daughter is a “beautiful disaster” who engages in self-destructive behaviors. She claims the teen brings drugs into the house, took alcohol to school in her coffee, posted an inappropriate video of a friend online, and wrecked Larissa’s car.

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“Disciplining Noelle doesn’t work,” says Larissa, adding, “She has no remorse, no empathy for anything.”

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Noelle’s stepfather, Sean, says they’ve brought her to two or three different psychiatrists, and multiple therapists but, “There’s no respect for any type of authority.”

“Things really unraveled about three years ago when she started sleepwalking in the middle of the night,” says Larissa.

She and Sean say they want to know whether Noelle is just an “unruly teenager,” or if there’s something else going on with their child. Can Dr. Phil help them find the answers?

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Teen Says, ‘It’s Hard To Know That My Mom Thinks That I’m Destroying Her Marriage’

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Mom Claims 14-Year-Old Is A ‘Bad Influence’ On Her Younger Sister

Larissa claims her 14-year-old daughter, Noelle, is a “beautiful disaster” who breaks the rules, brings drugs into the house, wrecked her car, and is hurting her marriage to Noelle’s stepfather, Shaun.

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Additionally, she says, “I definitely think that Noelle is a bad influence on her little sister, Michelle.”

WATCH Teen Says She Trusts Her Life Coach More Than Her Parents Noelle says she’s not the only problem in the family, “but I’m the one who’s getting blamed for it.”

Does Michelle say, says she agrees with Noelle?

Plus, what neurological condition does Dr. Phil say could be contributing to Noelle’s behaviors?

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Mom Claims 14-Year-Old Daughter Is A ‘Beautiful Disaster’ Who Engages In Self-Destructive Behaviors

Why A Teenager Says She Sometimes Calls Her Mother Names

Larissa claims her daughter, Noelle, is verbally abusive, and that her behaviors are out of control. Noelle, 14, says she’s not the only one causing problems in the family, but she’s the one who gets the blame.

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“I’ve called my mom a [expletive], and I know that’s bad,” says the teenager, adding, “But in the moment, she’s calling me ‘crazy’ or she’s calling me ‘psycho’ and in that moment I want to say something to her that makes her feel as bad as I do when she calls me crazy.”

WATCH Teen Says, ‘It’s Hard To Know That My Mom Thinks That I’m Destroying Her Marriage’

“When she walks into my place of employment and she’s telling people ‘My mom is a [expletive], I’m like, ‘I’m sorry – she’s got an illness,’” says Larissa, who denies calling her daughter names.

Larissa says she put Noelle in therapy on the recommendation of her psychiatrist. Why does Noel say she feels like her mother is pawning her off on other people?

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Why A Teen Says She Wants Nothing To Do With Her Dad

Teen Says She Trusts Her Life Coach More Than Her Parents

Noelle’s mother, Larissa, and stepfather, Shaun, claim that she is an out-of-control teenager who is verbally abusive, has been caught with drugs at home, alcohol at school, and once wrecked her mom’s car. She says she had been to several psychiatrists and multiple therapists before finding Shannon.

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“She’s my life coach. Basically my therapist, but honestly – my friend,” says Noelle, adding, “I can confide in her without her judging me.”

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Shaun says, “I just don’t see Shannon as a help. I see her as more of a best friend that can help calm Noelle down.”

“It’s not solving long-term things,” says Larissa.

Why does Noelle say she trusts Shannon, where she doesn’t trust her parents?

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Mom Claims 14-Year-Old Is A ‘Bad Influence’ On Her Younger Sister

Why Teen Says Her Looks Are So Important To Her

Tamara says she’s addicted to looking perfect. The 17-year-old says she spends $7,000 a month to maintain her appearance, which includes having a glam squad come to her house three to four times a week, getting her eyebrows waxed and fake eyelashes, having multiple beauty treatments and accessorizing with high-end shoes and purses. She also says it takes her at least two hours to get ready to leave her house just to go to the gym or grocery store.

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So why are looks so important to her? Hear her explanation in the video above from Friday’s episode of Dr. Phil. And, see the teen’s reaction when Dr. Phil tells her how the $7,000 she spends monthly could help feed thousands of children who are hungry. Will it make her re-think her behavior?

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And on Friday, hear more about Tamara’s lavish lifestyle — and why her mother says she’s so concerned. Check here to see where you can watch.

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I Am Popular On Social Media And I Love The Attention,’ Says 17-Year-Old

The Unusual Reason 17-Year-Old Says She Stopped Going To School

Tamara says nothing is more important to her than looking perfect. The 17-year-old claims she spends $7,000 a month maintaining her hair, skin, eyebrows, and wardrobe — and even has her own glam squad that comes to her house three to four times a week.

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The teen, who lives in Beverly Hills, CA without her parents, says her obsession with perfection takes a lot of effort and caused her to stop going to public school.

WATCH: ‘I Am Popular On Social Media And I Love The Attention,’ Says 17-Year-Old

“One of the reasons is because it would take me a while to get ready every morning. Like, I would literally have to wake up three hours before, when school starts at 7,” Tamara tells Dr. Phil on Friday’s episode, adding that she typically spends at least two hours getting ready to leave the house – even if she’s just going to the gym or grocery store.

Hear Dr. Phil’s response in the video above. And, he asks Tamara, “What if you don’t look perfect in front of people every day?” How does she respond?

On Monday’s episode, hear more about Tamara’s lavish lifestyle – and why her mother says she’s so concerned. Check here to see where you can watch.

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Why A Mom Says She’s Concerned About Her 17-Year-Old Daughter’s Behavior

The Perfect Gift For A Brighter Holiday

The holidays are often filled with joy, but getting to the fun can sometimes be filled with stress.

Annamaria says that as a working mom, the holiday season can be even busier and more stressful, and she says it’s taking a toll on her skin. “What concerns me most are the lines around my eyes, laugh lines, lines on my forehead, discoloration on my lip, and bags under my eyes,” she says. “I’d like to give my skin a little more attention and slow down the aging process.”

Robin McGraw, founder and CEO of Robin McGraw Revelation, has come to the rescue. Inspired by her mother, Georgia, and to honor her legacy, Robin created an entire luxury line of products, and she’s selected some of her favorites for her Holiday Gift Box.

“Not only will these products help you take great care of our skin, but it is also the perfect gift for anyone in your life,” Robin says.

The gift box includes, Robin’s new Sheet Mask Multi-Pack, four brand-new facial sheet masks that you wear for 15-20 minutes and then peel off. One is for eyes that are puffy with dark circles, another for brightening and lightening, one for hydrating and firming up skin, and one for reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

“Your face will immediately look refreshed and renewed,” Robin says.

“While the mask is on, you can actually relax and meditate,” Dr. Phil says. He points out that Dr. Dan Siegel, a member of the Dr. Phil Advisory Board, wrote in his recent book, Aware: The Science and Practice of Presence, that there are scientific findings that are now in that your mind can change the health of your body and slow aging, and all it takes is 10 or 15 minutes a day. “When you put this mask on, set that time aside for 10 or 15 minutes to sit down, be quite, come present, and it can really change your whole health,” Dr. Phil says.

Also included in the gift box is OMG! Is This Really Me? Instant Face Shaper, which Robin says starts lifting and tightening the skin instantly. “It’s great right before you go out to a holiday party or if you’re having friends over,” Robin says.

There’s also Foaming Joy Purifying Facial Cleanser, Polish to Perfection Micro Polishing & Exfoliating Scrub, and Hydrated Skin = YOUth Plump Perfecting Moisturizer.

“These products are amazing! This is everything I’ve been looking for,” Annamaria says to Robin.

Plus, the Holiday Gift Box includes candles inspired by Robin’s favorite men – Phillip, her sons, Jay and Jordan, and her grandson, London. “This is a beautiful way to light up your life and make your home smell wonderful and just be so beautiful for the holidays,” Robin says, of the candles the whole family can enjoy.

And don’t forget the Lippy Lovey cherry blossom lip balm that smooths and moisturizes with coconut oil and vitamin E.

“Robin’s holiday gift box has something for everyone and is such a beautiful presentation, you don’t even have to worry about wrapping it,” Dr. Phil says. “There’s even a beautiful holiday ornament that Robin created for the front of the gift box.”

The Holiday Gift Box ships worldwide, and shipping is free in the U.S. and Canada.

To learn more about the Holiday Gift Box or any of the Robin McGraw Revelation Luxury Skin Care products, visit RobinMcGrawRevelation.com.

Why A Teen Says She Believes She Started Obsessing About Looking Perfect

Tamara says nothing is more important to her than looking perfect. The 17-year-old says she spends $7,000 a month on beauty treatments, a glam squad, and accessories all to have the perfect appearance. She says it takes her at least two hours to get ready to leave the house – even when she’s just going to the gym or the grocery store.

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So why is Tamara so obsessed with her looks? In the video above, she discusses her childhood and how she believes one of her hobbies may have started her obsession with perfection. And, hear how her parents may be contributing to her behavior.

WATCH: ‘I Am Popular On Social Media And I Love The Attention,’ Says 17-Year-Old

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‘You’re Seeking Perfection Rather Than Excellence And Those Are Two Very Different Things,’ Dr. Phil Says To Teen

Today’s Takeaway: Giveaway What You Need The Most

Everybody wants to look their best, but it’s important to realize that there is no perfection and striving to achieve it will leave you empty.

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“You can strive for excellence, you can strive to improve,” Dr. Phil says. “If you say, ‘I can’t focus on other things because I’m looking for perfection here,’ it just gives you an excuse to not participate in the rest of your life.”

Instead, Dr. Phil suggests filling yourself up by giving away what you want the most.

WATCH: ‘You’re Seeking Perfection Rather Than Excellence And Those Are Two Very Different Things,’ Dr. Phil Says To Teen

“If you want to feel loved, if you want to feel a sense of belonging, go make others feel loved, make them feel like they belong somewhere,” he says.

Hear more of Dr. Phil’s advice in the video above.

On Friday’s episode, Dr. Phil talks with Tamara, a 17-year-old who says she spends thousands a month and changes something in her appearance every day in an effort to look perfect — a goal she says she is constantly trying to achieve.

Watch more from this episode here.

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‘I Am Popular On Social Media And I Love The Attention,’ Says 17-Year-Old

‘I Am Popular On Social Media And I Love The Attention,’ Says 17-Year-Old

Tamara says she is obsessed with looking perfect and spends $7,000 a month to attempt to achieve her goal. The 17-year-old says that her physical beauty has garnered her tens of thousands of followers on social media and that she gets paid to promote clothing, makeup, and beauty treatments.

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“I am popular on social media, and I love the attention,” says Tamara. “I’ve made as much as $10,000 in a single month.”

WATCH: Why Teen Says Her Looks Are So Important To Her

In the video above, hear more about Tamara’s online activities. And, hear why she says she has a Range Rover – even though she doesn’t have a driver’s license.

On Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, hear more about Tamara’s lavish lifestyle — and why her mother says she’s so concerned. Check here to see where you can watch.

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The Unusual Reason 17-Year-Old Says She Stopped Going To School

‘I Am Obsessed With My Appearance And I’m Addicted To Looking Perfect,’ Says 17-Year-Old

“I am obsessed with my appearance and I’m addicted to looking perfect,” says 17-year-old Tamara. “Looking perfect makes me feel like I’m living my best life, and I feel complete.”

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The teen, who lives in Beverly Hills, CA, says she doesn’t go a single day without altering her appearance. She says she has a glam squad on call that comes to her house three to four days a week to prep her, and that she spends at least two hours getting ready to leave the house.

“My idea of looking perfect is having my hair fully done, my nails look complete. My eyelashes done, my tan,” she says. “I have to have that for everyday life. Even for running errands, going to the gym or grocery store, I still have to have my full face of makeup on and hair ready.”

WATCH: Why Teen Says Her Looks Are So Important To Her

“On average, it costs a minimum of $7,000 a month to maintain my appearance,” Tamara continues. “Overall, my looks determine how the public perceives me. Even though it’s not how it’s supposed to be, that’s just the way it is.”

In the video above, see Tamara’s accessory collection, including designer shoes and a purse collection worth around $25,000. And on Friday’s episode of Dr. Phil, see what Tamara’s mom says about her daughter’s behavior. Check here to see where you can watch.

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‘I Am Popular On Social Media And I Love The Attention,’ Says 17-Year-Old

Why A Mom Says She’s Concerned About Her 17-Year-Old Daughter’s Behavior

Liana says she wants her daughter, Tamara, to stop her obsession with perfection and embrace her natural beauty.

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“Tamara’s behavior is not healthy,” Liana says. “Tamara doesn’t understand that she is in very good shape, a very pretty girl and a very smart child.”

Tamara admits she spends around $7,000 a month to maintain her looks and says she will do whatever it takes to get the perfect appearance. The 17-year-old says her mom just doesn’t get her lifestyle.

WATCH: Why Teen Says Her Looks Are So Important To Her

“I want my mom to understand that this is my body and that she needs to accept everything that I’m doing with it,” the teen says.

On Friday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Dr. Phil asks Liana why she allows her daughter to live in Beverly Hills, CA by herself, six hours by plane from where Liana and her husband live. See her response in the video above.

And on Friday, hear more from Tamara about her lavish lifestyle. Check here to see where you can watch.

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Why A Teen Says She Believes She Started Obsessing About Looking Perfect

‘You’re Seeking Perfection Rather Than Excellence And Those Are Two Very Different Things,’ Dr. Phil Says To Teen

Tamara says she enjoys having the “perfect” appearance and living a lavish lifestyle. The 17-year-old says she does something every day to alter her looks, including spending $7,000 a month on beauty treatments, a personal glam squad and high-end shoes and purses.

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“Looking perfect makes me feel like I’m living my best life, and I feel complete,” the teen says.

WATCH: ‘I Am Popular On Social Media And I Love The Attention,’ Says 17-Year-Old

“You’re seeking perfection rather than excellence and those are two very different things,” Dr. Phil tells Tamara on Friday’s episode. “I found that the way to fill yourself up is to give away what you want the most. And if you’re having trouble filling yourself up based on skin, and hair, and weight and all of that, you might try filling yourself up by giving of your heart, and your spirit and your soul.”

Hear more from Dr. Phil in the video above.

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Today’s Takeaway: Giveaway What You Need The Most

Coming in January: ‘Phil in the Blanks’ The Podcast

Get ready for an exciting new podcast coming January 8! Phil in the Blanks, Dr. Phil’s new podcast, is Dr. Phil like you’ve never heard him before. Both entertaining and informative, from celebrities to ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances, to the world’s leading experts and “disrupters,” every guest will be provocative, real and relevant.

Watch a preview in the video above. And, stay tuned for the Phil in the Blanks premiere coming January 8, 2019!

Mom Of 12 Shares Likelihood That Baby #13 Will Be Born With Down Syndrome

Michelle, 47, says she started having babies at 18. Now she and her husband, Rod, are expecting their 13th child in 29 years of marriage and Michelle says there is a “very likely chance” that the baby will be born with Down Syndrome.

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Several of the couple’s older children say that growing up in a large family has left them feeling neglected by their parents.

WATCH Why A 13-Year-Old Says He Needs ‘More One-On-One Time’ With Parents

Michelle, who runs the household and homeschools the younger children says, “It makes me nervous. Am I going to be able to keep up with the needs of a special child?”

“You need some help,” Dr. Phil tells the couple in the video above.

Continuing, he asks, “Are you willing to make some dramatic changes in the way your family pattern is going?”

“Absolutely,” responds Michelle.

“Yes,” adds Rod.

But when life coach, member of the Dr. Phil Advisory Board and author of the upcoming book, “Best Self: Be You, Only Better,” Mike Bayer (Coach Mike) says, “I think the first step is to get rid of homeschooling and to have your kids go to public school,” what is Michelle’s response?

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Mike Bayer is a life development coach and member of the Dr. Phil Advisory Board. His upcoming book, “Best Self: Be You, Only Better,” goes on sale January 8, 2019, wherever books are sold. Read an excerpt here, then check here to find out how you can pre-order.


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Coach Mike Bayer To Mom Of 12: ‘Sometimes We Need To Surrender To Win’

Why A 13-Year-Old Says He Needs ‘More One-On-One Time’ With Parents

Michelle and Rod have had a dozen kids and moved 28 times during their 29-year marriage. The couple, who is currently expecting their 13th baby, say they’ve faced everything from addiction to clutter, to strained finances together.

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But, several of their children say they feel neglected by their parents because their mother is too busy being pregnant, running the house and making videos for her YouTube channel while their father works three jobs to pay the bills. The couple says some of their children have expressed thoughts of self-harm.

WATCH Why A Mom With 12 Kids And A Baby On The Way Says She Is ‘So Done’ With Husband’s Addictions

“I know why I have depression,” says 13-year-old Ozias. Describing what he calls a recent cry for help, he says it was his way of “letting them know I need more one-on-one time.”

“It takes two minutes to walk into a room and say hello,” says River, 22. “I hate a text that says ‘Hello.’ Why can’t you come say ‘Hi’?”

“I’m trying to reach out the best way I know how,” says Michelle, claiming she gives her children more attention than she got growing up.

“I’m a good parent,” she continues, “But if being a good parent is causing kids to be depressed and be on drugs and still have all these problems, then what good is it? I need to be an extraordinary parent.”

Does Dr. Phil have a plan to help this family get back on track?


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Mom Of 12 Shares Likelihood That Baby #13 Will Be Born With Down Syndrome

Dr. Phil To Guests: ‘I Am Not Opposed To Home School’

Mom of 12, Michelle, says she runs the house, pays the bill, and has been homeschooling her children for years. But with baby number 13 on the way, who Michelle says she and her husband, Rod, already know will likely be born with Down Syndrome, she’s not sure how she’ll be able to keep up with everything.

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Two of the older children, Sunshine and River, have said that homeschooling failed them, but Michelle says they were under a different program and she objects to giving up on educating her kids at home.

WATCH Coach Mike Bayer To Mom Of 12: ‘Sometimes We Need To Surrender To Win’

“I am not opposed to homeschool,” Dr. Phil says in the video above, adding that there is “nothing wrong with a well laid out, vigorously adhered to homeschool curriculum.”

Why does he say that in this case, homeschooling may not be appropriate for Michelle and Rod’s children?

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With 12 Kids And One On The Way, Mom Admits: ‘The Chaos Is Taking Over’