‘I Don’t Think I’m Butting Into Their Marriage,’ Says Woman Refuting Daughter-In-Law’s Claim
Joyce’s daughter-in-law, Tammy, is accusing her of butting into her marriage to Joyce’s son, Troy, including interfering in how Tammy is raising her children and Troy’s son from a previous relationship.
"I don't think I'm butting into their marriage," says Joyce, who adamantly denies Tammy’s claims. "When I go there to visit, I don't want to watch Tammy bully the kids. That's all," she adds.
"I think what we're talking about is child-rearing values, and you're complaining about cleaning the plate, taking off their shoes, having rules in the home, and just frankly, I don't think that's your business," Dr. Phil says to Joyce in this clip from season 2.
When Dr. Phil tells Troy that he has some unique challenges with his blended family, and if he doesn't start “making adjustments,” he won't be married for long, what is Troy’s response?