Parents Say They’ve Lost Control Of Their Teenage Girls

Bill and Jen claim their teenage daughters; 18-year-old Emma and 16-year-old Meredith are “out of control.”

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The parents, who also have two younger children living at home, say their daughters’ behaviors include physical violence, joyriding, drinking, drug use, stealing from family members and shoplifting.

“Emma and Meredith are both addicted to smoking weed,” claims Bill. “At her worst, Meredith is cruel, vicious and deceptive,” he continues.

“At her worst, Emma is an aggressive, manipulative cornered animal” claims Jen.

The couple says they’ve lost control of their girls, and it’s Emma and Meredith who have all the power over them.

“We try to discipline them. They just gang up on us and fight back,” says Jen.

Tune in to part one of this two-part Dr. Phil on Monday when Emma claims it’s not her and her sister – but their parents who are the problem.


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‘Once A Teenager Realizes That You Don’t Really Have Any Power Over Them, It’s A Free For All’

Dr. Phil To Mom Who Uses Drugs: ‘You Don’t Want To Own Anything; You Want To Blame Everything’

Carrie says after being prescribed pain pills because of a series of medical conditions, she became addicted. She says she has been using Oxycodone for the last four-and-a-half years and has even used heroin. The mom of three admits to driving her children high and even taking drugs during school events.

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Her husband says her addiction has “destroyed” their family, and one of her daughters says she has gotten into a physical fight with her mother when she was high.

In the video above, Dr. Phil questions Carrie about what she has done to get her addiction under control, and he takes her to task when she claims she has been the victim “in some cases.”

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“I’m beginning to understand why you haven’t responded to treatment because you don’t want to own anything; you want to blame everything,” Dr. Phil says.

Watch more of their exchange in the video above. And on Friday’s episode, see what happens when Carrie faces off with her husband, who she says has not supported her. Is she ready to get – and stay – clean? Check here to see where you can watch.

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Mom Of Three Describes How Heroin Took Over Her Life

Admitted Addict Says Pain Pills Gave Her A ‘Boost, Spunk Of Energy’ To Be A Supermom

Carrie says that after a series of medical issues, she became dependent on the prescription medications her doctors prescribed, which eventually lead her to become a heroin addict.

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“I blame the doctors for my being an addict,” the mom of three says, adding that the doctors never educated her about the drugs she was taking. “I was prescribed all these pain medicines, Vicodin, Oxycodone, and I eventually became reliant upon them. I would be physically sick if I didn’t take them.”

Carrie says, however, that there was an upside to the medication; the pills gave her power to become a supermom.

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“I had to maintain the big household, do all the chores, all the kid’s activities. I was in the school districts volunteering. The pills would give me a boost, that spunk of energy,” says Carrie, who admits she’s been taking Oxycodone for the last four-and-a-half years. “When I had to get up, drive my daughter to school, I’ve been on pills. When I had late nights doing homework or sport activities or a big dinner, I’ve been on pills. When my children had school events, I would go in the bathroom, take my pills.”

Hear more of Carrie’s story in the video above, including why she says her husband has not supported her. And on Friday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Dr. Phil has some strong words for Carrie. Is she ready to get – and stay – clean? Check here to see where you can watch.

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Dr. Phil To Mom Who Uses Drugs: ‘You Don’t Want To Own Anything; You Want To Blame Everything’

How Opioids And Heroin Affect The Brain

It is estimated that 2 million Americans 12 or older are addicted to prescription pain relievers. According to the CDC, deaths from prescription pain killers have more than quadrupled since 1999, with 91 Americans dying every day from an opioid overdose.

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“People sometimes think that an addiction is psychological. But we’re not talking about a psychological addiction here. We’re talking about an addiction that affects a number of structures [in the brain],” Dr. Phil says.

He is joined by Dr. Charles Sophy, who is board certified in adult, child and adolescent psychiatry, and family practice, and is the medical director for DCFS in Los Angeles, to explain how using opioids and heroin affect the brain.

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“Any drug that you’re putting in your body is changing the chemistry of your brain, which will affect parts of your brain,” Dr. Sophy says. “Frontal lobe is the part that does executive functioning, judgment, insight, impulse control.”

Dr. Phil adds that opioids and heroin change the efficiency with which a person performs cognitive functions, and affect the cerebellum which involves coordination. “Once these brain structures are changed, they’re recoded,” he says.

Dr. Sophy concurs. “They don’t go back to the way they ever were,” he says.

In the video above, the doctors explain to Carrie, a guest who admits that she is addicted to Oxycodone and has abused heroin in the past, what other areas are affected by this drug use. And, two other doctors weigh in with the correct way to take opioids to prevent getting addicted.

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What You Need To Know About The Prescription Pill Epidemic Killing Americans

Why Young Woman Says She Can’t Forgive Her Mother

Samantha claims as a child, her mother, Carrie, was violent toward her, she believes, because of her addiction to pain medication. She claims her mother would push her, pull her hair, smack her and kick her.

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“I remember the look in her eyes: evil, scary. She looked like she hated me,” the young woman says.

Samantha says she has never been able to forgive her mother because Carrie, who admits that she is still abusing prescription medications, has never apologized for her behavior.

“My mom has never taken responsibility for the stuff she’s put me through. I know part of my depression is due to the things that happened to me when I was younger,” Samantha says. “If my mom would acknowledge the abuse, it would be the biggest breakthrough for me.”

WATCH: Mom Of Three Describes How Heroin Took Over Her Life

Hear more about the relationship between Samantha and her mother in the video above. And, with Dr. Phil’s prompting, Carrie apologizes to her daughter. This episode of Dr. Phil airs Friday. Watch more here.

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Dr. Phil To Mom Who Uses Drugs: ‘You Don’t Want To Own Anything; You Want To Blame Everything’

Man Says Wife’s Addiction To Pain Pills Has ‘Destroyed’ Their Family

Christopher says after his wife, Carrie, suffered a series of medical problems, she was prescribed pain pills – and now he claims she’s a full-blown addict who will do anything to get the drugs.

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“Carrie’s addiction to pain pills has destroyed this family,” Christopher says. “The worst part about it is she takes no accountability for it and she always thinks that she’s the victim.”

The father of three claims Carrie has driven their kids around while under the influence and she once disappeared for over a month and never contacted him. When Christopher located her at a hotel, he says there were hypodermic needles, and Carrie weighed 95 pounds. Christopher says it’s this addiction that forced him to have the courts remove Carrie from their home, which left this former PTA mom homeless and living out of her luxury SUV.

WATCH: Admitted Addict Says Pain Pills Gave Her A ‘Boost, Spunk Of Energy’ To Be A Supermom

In the video above, hear more about how Carrie’s addiction is affecting their family, including why Christopher and Carrie’s daughter Samantha says she felt like it was her fault that her mom was put on life support. And on Friday’s episode of Dr. Phil see how Christopher and Samantha react when Carrie reveals she is not only driving her 15-year-old daughter under the influence, but she has also used heroin in the school bathroom at her teen daughter’s sporting events. Check here to see where you can tune in.

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Dr. Phil To Mom Who Uses Drugs: ‘You Don’t Want To Own Anything; You Want To Blame Everything’

Doctors Shed Light On The Opioid Crisis In America

Opioid addiction has become a crisis in America. Nearly two million people are addicted, including children as young as 13 years old, more than 1,000 people are treated in emergency rooms every day for misusing prescription opioids and, according to the CDC, 91 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose.

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Dr. Phil, along with Dr. Gerald Sacks, Director of Pain Management at the Pain Institute of Santa Monica in California; Dr. Patrick Johnson, Director of the Cedars Sinai Spine Center in Los Angeles and professor of neurosurgery at UC Davis Medical Center; and Dr. Charles Sophy, who is board certified in adult, child and adolescent psychiatry and family practice, and is the medical director for DCFS in Los Angeles, shed light on this epidemic.

“I get the feeling that so many of our viewers think because they might acquire these pills with a prescription, that that means it’s OK,” Dr. Phil says. “If they’re taking these things for extended periods of time, it’s changing who they are, medically, biochemically in every way.”

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“Absolutely,” Dr. Sacks says. “These patients get their prescriptions, at least initially, usually, for an appropriate reason and then commonly, they’ll just continue to take these medications far beyond the period of which time that their pain was occurring.”

Dr. Johnson explains that a normal course for opioids is a week to 10 days. “I think that it’s unusual when somebody needs surgical post-operative pain management for four weeks,” he says.

Watch the video above to learn more. And on Friday’s episode of Dr. Phil, see how a mother of three and former PTA member became addicted to prescription pills and then eventually to heroin. Check here to see where you can watch.

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Mom Of Three Describes How Heroin Took Over Her Life

Mom Of Three Describes How Heroin Took Over Her Life

Carrie, who has had a years-long addiction to prescription pain pills, says she started doing heroin because it was “more cost effective.”

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“In the beginning, I smoked it and I plugged it,” says the mom of three who used heroin up to eight times a day and spent $30,000 in five months.

WATCH: Admitted Addict Says Pain Pills Gave Her A ‘Boost, Spunk Of Energy’ To Be A Supermom

In the video above, Carrie describes her addiction and admits to using while volunteering at her child’s school.

Carrie’s husband says he was forced to have the courts remove Carrie from their home, which left this former PTA mom homeless and living out of her luxury SUV. See what happens when her husband confronts her about her behavior.

Is Carrie ready to get sober? Check here to see where you can watch Thursday’s episode of Dr. Phil.

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Why Young Woman Says She Can’t Forgive Her Mother

What You Need To Know About The Prescription Pill Epidemic Killing Americans

You or someone you love may be at risk for opioid addiction and not even know it. It is an epidemic that is plaguing families, towns and schools across America, with 91 people dying every day from an opioid overdose. What may start as a prescription for pain, could end up killing you or a loved one.

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Here are the startling statistics you need to know about opioid addiction in America:

  • An estimated 2 million Americans 12 or older are addicted to prescription pain relievers
  • 300 million annual opioid prescriptions are written
  • Annual opioid prescriptions equal every American adult could have their own bottle
  • If you have an opioid prescription and you refill it one time, one in seven people will be addicted one year later
  • The chance of addiction increases after the third day that you are prescribed the medication
  • 60% of overdose deaths involve opioids
  • 91 Americans die every day from an opioid overdose
  • Women addicted increased more than 400% from 1999 to 2010
  • Fatally injured drivers who tested positive for opioids rose 700% from 1995 to 2015
  • You’re 40 times more likely to be addicted to heroin if you have abused opioids
  • Nearly 80% of people using heroin misused prescription opioids before they did heroin
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Doctors Shed Light On The Opioid Crisis In America

Woman Who Shed 300 Lbs. Describes Life Before Weight Loss

Debbie says at 450 lbs. “People made fun of me because I couldn’t get through doors. I took up a lot of room; they would back up against walls.”

She says she began missing out on family events, birthday parties, and even her own child’s high school graduation.

“I drove myself to the event, but I just couldn’t get myself to get out of the car. I was afraid that the people that knew me, parents that grew up with my son, would recognize me and put me down, talk about me. I was so embarrassed by the way I looked – I just stopped leaving the house.” Debbie says she became agoraphobic. “Being overweight stopped me from living.”

Then, in 2015, Debbie says she underwent gastric sleeve surgery and lost more than 300 pounds. “Before people would look at me because I was disgusting, hideous. And now they look at me because they like the way I look.”

Why does Debbie say she still has a hard time accepting herself? Tune in to Thursday’s Dr. Phil.

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Woman Who Lost 300 Lbs. Claims Her Fiancé Tries To ‘Dominate’ Their Relationship

Woman Who Lost 300 Lbs. Claims Her Fiancé Tries To ‘Dominate’ Their Relationship

Once weighing 450 lbs., Debbie, who has reduced her weight by 300 lbs. after undergoing gastric sleeve surgery in 2015, says she still has a tough time accepting herself and claims her fiancé, James, has had a hard time adjusting to her new look, as well.

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“James acts very protective of me when I’m around other men, he tells me that I stare and that I speak flirtatiously,” says Debbie.

James says he’s not jealous, just protective.

Debbie claims James wants to “dominate” their relationship and be the one in charge. “He can control what I’m eating and what I’m looking at and what I buy,” she says.

“I know more about the way to do things,” says James, who admits he likes being in charge.

Debbie claims James “has a problem with trust,” and claims he becomes frustrated with her when she argues back.

“He calls me the worst words that you can call a woman,” she says.

James admits to sometimes cutting down Debbie with his words. Why does he say he thinks she’s naïve?

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‘I’m Having Trouble Connecting With Who I Am Now,’ Says Woman After 300 Lbs.

Woman Who Shed 300 Lbs After Weight Loss To Receive Help Removing Excess Skin

Two years after undergoing gastric sleeve surgery, Debbie is 300 lbs. lighter but says she’s still having trouble connecting to the person she sees in the mirror. She says since she dropped the weight, she has 30 extra pounds of excess skin, which doesn’t help her self-esteem.

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“I want to get rid of the skin to close a healing process that I need to finally feel like a normal person,” she says.

Dr. Phil reaches out to Dr. Andrew Ordon, plastic surgeon, and co-host of The Doctors, along with Dr. Ritu Chopra, plastic surgeon, and correspondent with The Doctors, to ask for their help in giving Debbie what she needs to rid herself of the excess skin, and rejuvenate her face and figure.

Tune in to Thursday’s Dr. Phil to learn what the pair proposes to help Debbie realize her dream.

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Woman Who Shed 300 Lbs. Describes Life Before Weight Loss

Dr. Phil To Guest: ‘I Think You Have A Damaged Personal Truth’

Debbie, who recently lost 300 lbs., claims her fiancé, James, is jealous and controlling – and that hasn’t helped her self-esteem.

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James says he’s not controlling or jealous. He says he just knows “more about the way to do things,” and likes being in charge.

Debbie’s daughter, Kaylie says it breaks her heart to see her mother in love with someone who she claims is “violent and disruptive.”

Debbie says it goes both ways. She says James has called her names, and sometimes gets “rough” with her. She also admits to arguing with, hitting and biting him.

James admits to sometimes cutting down Debbie with his words, but adamantly denies ever harming her physically.

“It’s not my job to judge, it’s my job to help,” says Dr. Phil to James. “But I think there are times that you run out of patience and socially acceptable ways to express yourself.”

To Debbie, he says, “I think you have a damaged personal truth, I think you see yourself as less than and body image and self-image tend to vary together – if your body image goes down, it pulls your self-image down with it.”

When Dr. Phil refers the couple to counseling sessions with doctoral level therapists through *Doctor on Demand, do they accept his offer? And what surprise does Dr. Phil have waiting for Debbie to help her with her self-image?

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Woman Who Shed 300 Lbs After Weight Loss To Receive Help Removing Excess Skin 

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Why One Woman Claims Her Mom’s Fiancé Can Be ‘Violent And Disruptive’

Debbie’s daughter, Kaylie, says she thought her mother’s fiancé, James, was a “nice guy” when she first met him but now says she quickly found out she was wrong.

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“When James gets angry at my mom, he calls her a crazy bitch; he tells her she’s crazy, worthless, fat, chubby – any word he can use negatively.”

She also claims she’s seen her mother physically injured by James three or four times in the past year. “I’ve seen black eyes, busted lips, bruises on her arms, legs … face.”

Kaylie says her mother always tries to defend James by telling her there’s another side to him she’s not seeing. “I do see a good side of James, but when his bad side comes out, it’s violent and disruptive,” says Kaylie. “It breaks my heart every day to see my mom so in love with someone that’s controlling and abusive. She says she just wants her mom to be happy.

Debbie claims that when she and James argue, things sometimes escalate quickly into physical confrontation. She admits to hitting – and biting James, but he adamantly denies ever harming her.

Does Dr. Phil have a solution to help Debbie and James resolve their differences and create a more peaceful future together? Tune in to Thursday’s episode.

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Dr. Phil To Guest: ‘I Think You Have A Damaged Personal Truth’

Woman Says She Bit Her Fiancé During An Argument, ‘And That’s Why I Went To Jail’

Debbie, who recently lost 300 lbs. after gastric sleeve surgery, says her self-image hasn’t yet caught up to her newly slimmed-down figure. She claims her fiancé, James, tries to control her and dominate their relationship, and that hasn’t helped her self-esteem.

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Debbie says she loves James, but claims at times, their arguments can escalate “into something that just blows up.”

Once, she says, they were both arrested for domestic violence. “I went to go get food, and he went to sleep, and when I came back in, he thought I had been out with someone else,” she says. “It escalated over a period of hours, and we ended up in a physical confrontation. I bit him, and that’s why I went to jail.”

Another time, she claims James couldn’t find his cigarettes, “and he got really rough with me because he thought I hid them.”

Debbie says their arguments don’t always turn physical, however. “Ninety percent of the time he and I can separate and calm down and everything is OK.”

“I know James doesn’t want to hurt me,” she says.

“Debbie and I fight, she wants me to listen to her, she gets loud. I don’t like to argue at all,” says James who adamantly denies physically hurting Debbie.

On Thursday’s Dr. Phil, learn what Debbie’s 19-year-old daughter, Kaylee, claims she’s witnessed when her mother and James fight.

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Why One Woman Claims Her Mom’s Fiancé Can Be ‘Violent And Disruptive’

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Woman Claims Her Fiancé Screamed And Called Her Names During Search For Missing Dog

Debbie says that two years after undergoing the gastric sleeve surgery that helped her to lose 300 lbs., she still doesn’t see what others’ see when she looks in the mirror and has a hard time accepting herself.

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Her fiancé, James, says he’s not jealous but claims Debbie is “naïve” about other men noticing her.

Debbie claims James has accused her of flirting with other men and has gone through her phone.

She also claims that James is controlling. Recently when their dog, Cocoa, was temporarily lost, Debbie says, “he was calling me names and screaming at me. And every time I would try and answer him he was telling me to shut up.” Debbie says James told her that if they didn’t find Cocoa – or if the dog were dead – “that he would hate me forever, and he would leave.”

“I’ve never been that way in my life,” says James. “I panicked on that one. You know?”

What does Debbie say when Dr. Phil questions her about the bruises she had after the search for their missing dog? And what does she say happened the time they were both arrested for domestic violence?


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Woman Says She Bit Her Fiancé During An Argument, ‘And That’s Why I Went To Jail’

‘I’m Having Trouble Connecting With Who I Am Now,’ Says Woman After Losing 300 Lbs.

After reaching 450 lbs. by age 40, Debbie says she spent nearly a dozen years missing out on life because she felt embarrassed by the way she looked, and the fear that others would make fun of her. Now, two years after undergoing gastric sleeve surgery, and having shed 300 lbs., Debbie says she still hasn’t adjusted.

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“I’m not used to who I see in the mirror. I look in the mirror, and I go back five minutes later, and I look again, and I’m having trouble connecting with who I am now,” she says.

Debbie’s fiancé, James, says he loves the changes he sees in her. However, he says other men are noticing her as well. James claims Debbie is just a little “naïve” about that.

“Well, I’m not jealous, you know. Can’t be with a guy running around all mad all the time,” he says. “But she needs to understand; they’re just not wanting to be her friend.”

Debbie, who travels with James on his job as a truck driver, says, “I’m not used to people taking things that I say the wrong way. And if I say something, he’ll say – something like – ‘yeah, well, you know, you don’t realize how they’re taking it, Deb.’” She claims that James wants to “dominate” their relationship.

What is James’ response when Dr. Phil asks, “She says that there are times when you’ll say that she is fat, flabby, and you’re just not into her?”

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Woman Claims Her Fiancé Screamed And Called Her Names During Search For Missing Dog

Mom Says Teen Daughter’s ‘Obsession’ With Her Boyfriend Is ‘Ruining Her Life’

“My daughter, Corryn’s, relationship with her boyfriend is sick and obsessive,” says Cristie. She says her 19-year-old daughter stopped going to school once she met Jack, and has been fired from four or five jobs because she just wants to be with him. “Corryn will get desperate. She will beg me to take her out to his house. She will sit and cry. She will text me over and over the same thing: ‘Take me out there. Take me out there.’”

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The teen says she’s in love with Jack and that he is in love with her, too. But, she admits that she always wants to be near him so she knows what he’s doing and whom he’s with.

“There was an entire month where I did live at Jack’s house and did his homework for him. Because of me, Jack got to graduate early. But I had dropped out and I didn’t get to graduate,” Corryn says.

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Cristie, who fears her daughter is going to end up in jail because of her behavior, turns to Dr. Phil for help. “Corryn’s obsession with Jack is ruining her life,” Cristie says.

On Wednesday’s episode, hear more from Corryn, and hear why Jack says he got a restraining order against Corryn for three years. Check here to see where you can watch.

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Behavior Of Teen Accused Of Being A Stalker

Why Teen Says He Violates Restraining Order And Continues To See On-Again, Off-Again Girlfriend

Jack and Corryn have been in an on-and-off relationship for two years. Jack claims that every time they break up, Corryn stalks him. He claims she will call him hundreds of times a day, breaks into his house and hides behind the bushes to watch his every move – so he had to get a three-year restraining order against her.

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So why does Jack say that he has violated the restraining order multiple times?

In the video above, he tells Dr. Phil, “I’m home by myself a lot of the times, and I get lonely, and I get depressed, and I have anxiety really bad and sometimes, I do need the comfort of another human being next to me to be able to calm me down … She calms me down.”

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Hear more from Jack in the video above. And on Wednesday’s episode, hear what Dr. Phil says he believes needs to happen between these teens. Check here to see where you can watch.

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Behavior Of Teen Accused Of Being A Stalker