Maria and her sister, Liz, who are half of a set of quadruplets, say they both have anger and depression stemming in part from their parents’ divorce when they were 6. The 20-year-olds, along with their brother, Nick, currently live with their father, Tom, who they claim is aggressive and controlling, which Tom vehemently denies. The sisters admit to punching and kicking holes in the walls, self-medicating, and practicing self-harm.

“It’s usually when I get angry or when I really hate myself,” says Liz. “It’s either, I’m going to punch a hole in the wall, or I’m going to cut myself, or I’m going to take a fat hit or a fat swig, or whatever.”

Maria says, “It’s just a release. It’s like having a drink for me.”

Watch more from part one of this two-part episode, '“Quadruplets: House of Chaos!” to hear why the women’s father, Tom, and mother, Christine, each say they blame the other for their children’s problems, which also include learning difficulties, eating disorders, and aggressive behaviors.

Then, on Tuesday’s conclusion, “Quadruplets Face Off,” hear from Liz and Maria’s brother, Nick, and older sister, Antonia, who explains why she moved away from the family.

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