Learn About The Aspire App And How It Can Help Victims Of Domestic Violence

Passionate about helping victims of domestic violence, Robin McGraw created the When Georgia Smiled: The Robin McGraw Revelation and Dr. Phil Foundation.

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“Our goal at When Georgia Smiled is to do what we can to help all women, children, and men who are suffering from domestic violence and sexual assault to live happy and joy-filled lives free of abuse,” Robin says.

The Foundation has created the Aspire Initiative, a free domestic violence educational curriculum aiming to reduce the level of intimate relationship violence and instill the importance of bystander responsibility as well as the Aspire App, voted on Capitol Hill as one of the two best apps best for domestic violence prevention.

In the video above, Robin and Dr. Phil demonstrate how the Aspire app works – and how it can help save the lives of victims of domestic violence.

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How Dr. Phil And Robin Are Helping A Survivor Of Domestic Violence Move Forward

Take Care Of Your Skin With The Robin McGraw Revelation Take Care Of You Trio

Nikki says during her relationship with an ex-boyfriend, she was the victim of domestic violence.

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Now free from the relationship, Nikki says she wants to focus on herself again.

“Looking in the mirror reminds me of what I’ve been through,” she says. “Because of the stress of my relationship, I’m seeing the signs on my skin. I would love to find a way to improve my skin and erase my past.”

“What I’m seeing on your face is courage. I’m very proud of you,” says Robin McGraw, who founded When Georgia Smiled: The Robin McGraw Revelation and Dr. Phil Foundation to help women, children and men who are suffering from domestic violence and sexual assault to live happy and joy-filled lives free of abuse.

After surprising Nikki with a makeover, Robin suggests Nikki try three products from her Robin McGraw Revelation Luxury Skincare Collection.

“I created a special three-piece kit of my skincare products just for you that I call Take Care of You Trio,”  Robin tells Nikki. “It’s a daily regimen that starts with my Foaming Joy Purifying Facial Cleanser. It’s a foaming gel that gently washes away all traces of makeup, dirt and oil.”

Robin also suggest Nikki exfoliate her skin with Polish to Perfection Micro-Polishing & Exfoliating Scrub. “It gently exfoliates to give your face a more radiant-looking glow,” Robin continues.

And the third product in the trio is Let There Be Bright Triple Action Brightening Serum which is formulated with a proprietary Triple Action Brightening Complex and highly stabilized 10% Vitamin C, to fade the appearance of existing spots and discoloration, protects, brightens and reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

“You’re our VIP today, so I’ve also decided I’m also giving you my entire Robin McGraw Revelation Skincare Collection!” Robin tells Nikki.

Robin also surprises Nikki by giving her The Bow Ring, designed by Robin to wear as a reminder to take care of yourself. “I created this ring especially for myself as a celebration for making the decision to put myself first, to take care of myself and not feel selfish or guilty for doing so,” Robin shares. “I believe by taking care of myself, I can be here to take care of those I love.”

As part of her commitment to helping victims of domestic violence, Robin also designed the From My Heart to Yours candle.

“The top two notes in this candle are blooming white rose – it was my mother’s very favorite flower – and evening jasmine, which is something we love because it blooms right outside or kitchen window,” Robin says.

Dr. Phil adds, “One hundred percent of the net proceeds from the sale of this candle go to When Georgia Smiled so we can continue to help women, children and men live healthy, safe and joy-filled lives free from domestic violence.”

For more information on the Robin McGraw Luxury Skincare Collection, The Bow Ring and the From My Heart to Yours Candle, visit RobinMcGrawRevelation.com.

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Learn About The Aspire App And How It Can Help Victims Of Domestic Violence

How Dr. Phil And Robin Are Helping A Survivor Of Domestic Violence Move Forward

One in three women have been victims of some form of physical violence by an intimate partner, according to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

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Nikki is one of those women. She says when she tried to end her relationship with a boyfriend, he violently attacked her.

“My ex-came into the house. He came through the door yelling at me,” says Nikki of a man she dated for more than two years. “He grabbed a cell phone cord, threw me down here on the ground and he tied it around my neck. The cord broke, and I ran out.” She says now, she wants to start focusing on herself again. “Looking in the mirror reminds me of what I’ve been through,” Nikki says. “Because of the stress of my relationship, I’m seeing the signs on my skin. I would love to find a way to improve my skin and erase my past.”

Passionate about helping victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, Robin McGraw launched the When Georgia Smiled: The Robin McGraw Revelation and Dr. Phil Foundation. The Foundation has created the Aspire Initiative, a free domestic violence educational curriculum aiming to reduce the level of intimate relationship violence and instill the importance of bystander responsibility as well as the Aspire App, voted on Capitol Hill as one of the two best apps for domestic violence prevention.

“Our goal at When Georgia Smiled is to do what we can to help women, children, and men escape from domestic violence and sexual assault and give them the tools to live happy and joy-filled lives free of abuse,” Robin says.

As Nikki works to rebuild her life and confidence, Dr. Phil and Robin surprise her with a makeover.

Watch the video above to hear more of Nikki’s story and see her transformation.

“I feel amazing. I haven’t felt this beautiful in a long time,” Nikki says.

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Dr. Phil To Guest: ‘It’s Your Time; It’s Your Turn’

Christina says she left her husband, Jim, when their daughter, Tara, was just 13. She claims she never intended to leave Tara with Jim permanently, but says Tara was angry with her for leaving and showed “in a very strong way,” that she wanted to stay with her father. Christina says she’s still involved in her daughter’s life, but that’s dependent on how Tara behaves.

Now 21, Tara says she’s often anxious, overwhelmed and angry; suffers from social anxiety, and finds it difficult to function in the world. Jim claims that Tara’s emotional problems stem from being abandoned by her mother, while Christina says Jim’s bad parenting is to blame.

On Friday’s episode, Dr. Phil refers Tara to the extended care center at Onsite, which focuses on individuals who suffer from emotional trauma.

Miles Adcox, CEO of the center tells Tara, “Based on your circumstances, what makes sense to me is that you struggle trusting people, of trusting circumstances. What doesn’t make sense and what surprises me is, based on your circumstances, you still run towards help, you’re a bright, intuitive, empathetic young woman.”

“They’re going to focus on you and get you to the point that you can look in the mirror and like who you see. And then we’re going to start making a transition program to get you into a position in life where you can stand on your own two feet, be self-sustaining, and be proud of who you are and what you do,” Dr. Phil adds. “You deserve it; it’s your time, it’s your turn.”

Does Tara take them up on their offer of help? The conclusion of this two-part Dr. Phil airs Friday. Find out where you can watch here.


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Man Claims Ex-Wife Is Only Present For Their Daughter When She’s In A Good Mood

Dr. Phil Explains The Psychology Of Anger

Ex-spouses Jim and Christina say their 21-year-old daughter, Tara, suffers from severe social anxiety.

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Tara claims she’s often anxious, overwhelmed and angry. She says she’s felt empty, alone, and confused since her mother left the family when she was 13. “I never really know what emotion I’m going to be dealing with on what day,” she tells Dr. Phil.

Explaining that anger is the outward manifestation of hurt, fear or frustration, he tells her, “I just wonder what you’re hurting about so badly.”

When Dr. Phil suggests to Tara that that anger is her “default emotion,” does she agree?

Tune in Friday for the conclusion of this two-part Dr. Phil.

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Dr. Phil To Guest: ‘It’s Your Time; It’s Your Turn’

22-Year-Old Says Relationship With Her Husband’s 21-Year-Old Daughter Is ‘Toxic’

Keltsey is 22, pregnant, and married to the 58-year-old father of her high school friend, Tara.

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“When we first got married, things were great, but over the course of the relationship, there’s been a lot of stress. It’s mostly because of the tension that Tara creates in the household,” says Keltsey. “My relationship with Tara is toxic because she’s a pretty negative person to be around.”

Tara, who still lives at home with Jim, says she suffers from severe social anxiety.

“Jim and I had a big argument one night and he pretty much told me that Tara’s problems were more important than mine. The fact that Jim always defends Tara is the biggest problem that we have in our relationship, and in the house,” says Keltsey. She claims Jim puts Tara on a pedestal, “so it makes me feel like the least important woman in his life.”

Tara says she wants Keltsey and her father to be happy but claims she has no one else in her life. Jim says he’s torn between his wife and his daughter.

Why does Keltsey say she’s frightened to raise her baby with Jim in their current environment? Tune in Friday for the conclusion of this two-part Dr. Phil.

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Mom Claims Daughter Is In Competition With Dad’s New Wife

Jim claims his daughter, Tara, suffers from severe social anxiety because his ex-wife, Christina, abandoned her at age 13 when she left the family.

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Christina denies Jim’s claim and says his bad parenting is the reason Tara has emotional problems today.

Now 21, Tara still lives at home with Jim, who recently remarried a much younger woman. Keltsey is 22; had been a friend of Tara’s from high school, and is currently pregnant with the couple’s first child.

“Keltsey was 19 when I started dating her,” says Jim who claims she’s the one who pursued the relationship. “I was single and free. Yeah, we hung out, and we’re together.” The age difference between them is nearly 36 years.

Jim says Keltsey moved in to the home he shares with his daughter knowing the situation with Tara, “but probably not realizing how bad it was.”

Christina claims the relationship between her ex-husband and his new wife is an “unhealthy” one and says she doesn’t want her daughter exposed to it. She claims Tara and Keltsey are in competition with one another. Do Tara and Keltsey agree? Tune in Friday for the conclusion of this two part Dr. Phil

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22-Year-Old Says Relationship With Her Husband’s 21-Year-Old Daughter Is ‘Toxic’

Man Claims Ex-Wife Is Only Present For Their Daughter When She’s In A Good Mood

Christina claims she left her ex-husband, Jim, eight years ago because of emotional, sexual and financial neglect. “I do not regret leaving Jim, but I never intended to leave my daughter with him permanently,” says Christina, of her then 13-year-old child, Tara.

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Christina claims Jim has been a “horrible example” for their daughter, allowing her to drop out of school, work as an exotic dancer, and most recently, perform as a webcam entertainer. She claims his bad parenting is the reason Tara suffers from severe social anxiety.

Jim denies Christina’s claims and insists he’s been a good parent to Tara.

“You’re only there when she’s in a good mood. I’m there all the time,” he tells Christina, on Friday’s Dr. Phil. Jim claims Tara’s emotional issues stem from being abandoned by her when they divorced, which Christina denies.

Tara says she’s often nervous and angry. She says when her mother left, “I felt empty and alone and really confused.” She says she doesn’t understand why Christina left her behind and still holds resentment toward her. “Feeling alone and abandoned amplifies these problems, whatever they are that I’m dealing with,” she says.

Watch the video above for a recap of part one of this two-part Dr. Phil. Then tune in for the conclusion airing Friday. Check here to find your local listing.

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Mom Claims Daughter Is In Competition With Dad’s New Wife

Man Says He Wants Daughter With Social Anxiety To Get Better ‘So She Can Do Like Everybody Else Does’

Jim says he raised his 21-year-old daughter, Tara, by himself from the time she was 13 when he claims his ex-wife, Christina, “threw in the towel” on being a wife and mother.

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Christina says she’d intended to take Tara with her when she left the marriage, but claims Tara was too angry with her, so she let her stay with Jim.

Now 21, Tara says she’s often nervous and angry since her mom left. She claims she suffers from severe social anxiety, and until recently, worked as a webcam entertainer so she wouldn’t have to be around other people.

“I need you to tell me dad to dad what you say to yourself when you know that your precious child is down the hall on a webcam, in front of strangers, taking her clothes off, and doing things for money,” says Dr. Phil to Jim on Thursday’s episode.

He responds that while he doesn’t like it, it’s better than the alternative. “I want her to get better, so she can get in society and, and do like everybody else does, why wouldn’t I? Of course, I do.”

Tune in to part one of a two-part Dr. Phil, airing Thursday. Then on Friday, hear about Tara’s relationship with her dad’s new 22-year-old pregnant wife, Kelsey, who was Tara’s high school friend.

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‘The Fact That I Left My Daughter Behind Haunts Me,’ Says Mom

Woman Says Smoking Spice ‘Really Affected My Head’

Tara is 21 and lives with her father, Jim, who raised her after he and Tara’s mom, Christina, divorced when she was 13. Tara says since her mother left, she’s often nervous, angry and suffers from severe anxiety.  

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Christina claims it’s Jim’s fault Tara has poor self-esteem. She says he’s a bad influence on their daughter, claiming he was once arrested and charged with child endangerment after smoking the synthetic drug spice with their daughter when she was a teenager.

“I’m embarrassed about it. I’m an idiot for letting that happen,” says Jim who claims at the time he thought it was like legal marijuana. He says he thought it was OK because Tara and her boyfriend at the time bought the substance at a gas station.

“It really affected my head, and I really started freaking out,” says Tara, who claims she wound up going to the hospital. She says her dad was arrested a week later and spent three days in jail.

Jim says he was “really shocked,” that his ex-wife didn’t attempt to get custody of Tara after that. “The reason I think she didn’t take her is she didn’t want to be a mom. I think she was busy just doing her thing.”

“It shouldn’t have happened like that,” claims Tara, saying she wishes she’d never asked her dad to smoke with her.

When Christina alleges that it wasn’t just “a one-time thing,” how does Jim respond? Tune in to part one of a two-part Dr. Phil, airing Thursday.

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Man Says He Wants Daughter With Social Anxiety To Get Better ‘So She Can Do Like Everybody Else Does’

‘It’s Awful What I Go Through In My Head,’ Says 21-Year-Old With Social Anxiety

Tara says she often feels anxious, nervous, and has a negative outlook on life. “I talk myself out of everything before I even try sometimes,” says the 21-year-old, who says she suffers from severe social anxiety.

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Admitting she calls herself names, Tara says, “it’s awful what I go through in my head. It’s torture.” She says she feels like she can never do anything right, and that nothing she’s tried has ever worked out.

Raised by her dad, Jim, from the time she was 13, Tara says she felt empty, alone and “really confused” after her mother, Christina, left the family.

Tara says she still holds resentment toward Cristina, who she admits, she feels abandoned her. Can Dr. Phil help this mother and daughter find a way to repair their relationship? Tune in to part one of a two-part episode airing Thursday.

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Woman Says Smoking Spice ‘Really Affected My Head’

Woman Whose Mom Left When She Was 13 Says, ‘I Have A Very Negative Outlook On Life’

Tara was 13 when her parents separated, and eventually divorced. She says it was her mother, Christina, who left the family, and she has no idea why.

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“Up until my mom left, life was pretty normal. Once she left I felt empty and alone and really confused,” says the now 21-year-old.

Claiming she often feels anxious, overwhelmed and angry, Tara says, “I don’t know why I’m like this. I have a very negative outlook on life.”

Brought up by her father, Jim, since she was a teenager, Tara says her relationship with her mom is “rocky” and she still carries a lot of resentment toward Christina.

What does she say about being raised by a single dad? Tune in to part one of a two-part Dr. Phil, airing Thursday.

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‘It’s Awful What I Go Through In My Head,’ Says 21-Year-Old With Social Anxiety

Man Claims His Ex-Wife ‘Threw In The Towel’ On Being A Wife And Mother

Jim says he and his ex-wife, Christina, separated eight years ago when their daughter, Tara, was just 13. “I wasn’t shocked when Christina left me because it wasn’t going well, and I knew she was frustrated. I just felt like she threw the towel in on being a mom, and a wife,” he says.

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Jim claims Christina didn’t want full custody of their daughter and left him to raise Tara alone.

Christina says she hadn’t intended to leave Tara with Jim indefinitely, but Tara’s anger with her over leaving showed “in a very strong way,” that she wanted to stay with her father. She claims that Tara, who is now 21, has emotional rages, which she says sometimes makes it hard for her to be around.

Jim says Tara has severe social anxiety and until recently, worked out of their home as a webcam entertainer, so she didn’t have to “deal with people.” He claims he’s the only one who has always been there for his daughter.

Why does Christina claim that Jim doesn’t set a good example for Tara? Tune in to part one of a two-part Dr. Phil, airing Thursday.

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Woman Whose Mom Left When She Was 13 Says, ‘I Have A Very Negative Outlook On Life’

Mom Says Visits With Her Adult Daughter Are Controlled By How She Behaves

Christina says her marriage to Jim fell apart when her daughter, Tara, was 13 years old. She claims when she left, she only intended to leave Tara with Jim for a few weeks, but says Tara was angry with her for leaving and showed “in a very strong way,” that she wanted to stay with her father.

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“I think because I was always the disciplinarian in the house, and it was just easier to be with him,” she says.

That was eight years ago. Now at 21, Tara is still living with her dad. Christina says she’s still involved in her daughter’s life “but it’s always directly controlled by how Tara behaves.”

Christina says as the years have gone by, she sees more and more of Tara but keeps their visits short because she claims she triggers her daughter.

“It’s hard to be around her when she doesn’t want to be with you,” she says, noting their time between contact is often “inconsistent.”

Christina claims Tara won’t let her be there for her, and for that, she says, she blames Jim.

Why does Christina claim her ex-husband has tried to turn their daughter against her? Part one of this two-part Dr. Phil airs Thursday.

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Man Claims His Ex-Wife ‘Threw In The Towel’ On Being A Wife And Mother

‘The Fact That I Left My Daughter Behind Haunts Me,’ Says Mom

“My ex-husband, Jim, is the granddaddy of all narcissists,” claims Christina. “I left him because of the emotional neglect, sexual neglect, and the financial problems that we were having.” She claims she was forced to walk away from the family when her daughter, Tara, was 13.

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Now Tara is 21, and Christina says Jim has been a horrible example for their daughter. She claims he’s allowed Tara to work as an exotic dancer, and perform provocative webcam videos from her bedroom. “He not only allowed it, but he encouraged it because she was bringing in money to help pay the rent,” she says.

Christina claims that Tara suffers with severe social anxiety, and claims that Jim’s bad parenting is directly related to the issues she’s having, which Jim denies. He insists he’s a good parent and claims Tara’s issues stem from being abandoned by Christina.

“I do not regret leaving Jim, but I never intended to leave my daughter with him permanently,” says Christina. “The fact that I left my daughter behind haunts me.”

How long does Christina say it’s been since she’s taken an active role in Tara’s life? Part one of this two-part Dr. Phil airs Thursday.

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Mom Says Visits With Her Adult Daughter Are Controlled By How She Behaves

‘Dr. Phil’ Exclusive: The Gypsy Rose Blanchard Jailhouse Interview

For more than a decade, Gypsy Rose Blanchard, a perfectly healthy young girl, was forced by her mother to use a wheelchair and additionally suffered unnecessary torturous medical procedures and painful surgeries as her seemingly devoted mother received praise from doctors and family.

“She said that I had muscular dystrophy,” Blanchard tells Dr. Phil during an exclusive interview airing Tuesday and Wednesday, November 21 and 22. “She told me that I couldn’t speak during the doctor’s appointment. She would tell me, ‘Just sit in your wheelchair, play with your Barbie dolls, and let me talk.’ And this continued on even into my 20s.”

Experts believe Blanchard, now 26, was the victim of a severe case of Munchausen syndrome by proxy, a relatively rare form of abuse in which a guardian exaggerates or induces illness in a child for attention and sympathy.

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In June 2015, Blanchard’s mother, Dee Dee, was found fatally stabbed – a gruesome murder Blanchard claims she plotted with her boyfriend whom she met online. Blanchard pled guilty to second degree murder of her mother and is now serving a 10-year prison sentence in Missouri’s Chillicothe Correctional Center. Blanchard’s boyfriend was charged with first degree murder and pled not guilty. His trial is set for December 2017.

“I believe, firmly, that no matter what, murder is not OK. But at the same time, I don’t believe I deserve as many years as I got,” the young woman tells Dr. Phil. “I do believe that I do deserve to spend some time in prison for that crime but also, I understand why it happened and I don’t believe that I’m in the right place to get the help that I need.”

Is she glad that her mother’s dead? This two-part exclusive jailhouse interview airs Tuesday, November 21 and Wednesday, November 22. Check here to see where you can watch.

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Sarah says she’s ready to end her 18-year marriage to Keith to marry her Kenyan boyfriend, Kevin. She says once she gets her tax return money in February, she plans to go to Africa, meet Kevin for the first time and marry him. She says they plan to live in Africa part-time and take care of the children in Kevin’s orphanage, and spend the rest of the time in the U.S. with her four children.

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Keith says he was devastated when Sarah dropped the bombshell and says he’s not going down without a fight. He claims Sarah is being scammed by Kevin. He fears she may be raped, murdered or sold into sex trafficking if she goes to Kenya.

Sarah’s parents and sister agree with Keith. They say there’s no way they’re letting her go and if she tries, her father says he will follow her.

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After speaking with the family, as well as Kevin, Dr. Phil suggests that Sarah make an earnest effort to fix her relationship with Keith. He asks her to refrain from speaking with Kevin for 90 days while she attempts to heal her marriage, and she agrees, reluctantly.

After the show, Dr. Phil weighs in with his thoughts about Sarah’s behavior. Does he think she will keep her commitment?

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Family Begs Loved One Not To Go To Africa To Meet Boyfriend

Family Begs Loved One Not To Go To Africa To Meet Boyfriend

Sarah says when she gets her tax return money in February, she plans to leave her husband of 18 years, Keith, and her four children, to go to Kenya to marry her boyfriend whom she has never met in person.

Keith, and Sarah’s sister and parents say they fear for her life. They claim she is being scammed by Kevin and fear that if she goes to Africa, she will be raped, murdered, sold into the sex trade or taken to the jungle.

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Sarah’s family implores her to come to her senses and end her relationship with the man almost half her age.

“I’ve given you every ounce of my love. If you want to destroy this family, that’s up to you,” Keith tells the woman he calls the love of his life. “But I ain’t going down without a fight.”

WATCH: Woman Says She’s Ready To Divorce Husband For Younger Kenyan Man With Whom She’s Been Sexting And Having An Online Affair

Sarah’s mother, Brenda, pleads with her. “I can’t, in good conscious, allow you to get on a plane to Kenya knowing what I know from the terrorism to the disease that is out there,” she says to Sarah. “They will tear me off your body. I will be at the airport … I think you have literally lost your mind.”

In the video above, Dr. Phil offers Sarah advice. Will she agree to his plan?

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Man Speaks To Wife’s Lover For First Time

Keith says he was devastated when he found out his wife of 18 years, Sarah, was talking to and dating African men online. Then, he says, she dropped a bombshell: She is planning on divorcing him, leaving their kids and going to Kenya to meet her 26-year-old boyfriend and marry him.

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On Wednesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Keith meets his wife’s online love, Kevin, who claims to be a pastor to the children at his orphanage, for the first time.

“I don’t know what Bible you guys are reading, but the one I read says that it’s one man, one woman. You don’t covet your neighbor’s wife,” Keith tells Kevin. “I hope you don’t think that I will give up willingly. This woman was a gift from God to me, and I will fight until the very end to save her. A man doesn’t steal another man’s wife.”

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How does Kevin respond to Keith? And, what is the strong warning Dr. Phil gives him? Plus, hear Sarah’s message for the man she says she’s madly in love with.

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Family Begs Loved One Not To Go To Africa To Meet Boyfriend

What ‘Dr. Phil’ Team Discovers In Kenya When Searching For Woman’s Boyfriend

Sarah says a few years ago, after losing attraction to her husband of 18 years, she went online looking for love. She says she met a few different African men whom she began to date. She says she is now madly in love with Kevin, a 26-year-old Kenyan man whom she’s never met in person – and that she plans to go to Africa to meet and marry him in February.

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Sarah’s husband, sister and parents fear she is being scammed and want her to cut ties with Kevin, who is almost 20 years her junior.

WATCH: Woman Says She Hopes Kids ‘Will Understand’ Why She’s Divorcing Husband, Leaving Them For Younger Man In Kenya

In an effort to determine if Kevin is a real person and if what he has told Sarah about his life is true, Dr. Phil sent a team to Kenya to meet him. After driving for hours, they locate Kevin in a tiny village located in Kisii County Kenya.

Watch the video above to hear what Kevin has to say about Sarah and their future. And on Wednesday’s episode, see what happens when Kevin speaks with Sarah’s husband. Will Sarah heed Dr. Phil’s advice? Check here to see where you can watch.

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Man Speaks To Wife’s Lover For First Time