Thirteen-year-old Aden lost his younger brother, Mason, to murder at the hands of the boys’ paternal grandmother, Martha, in 2014.

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More recently, his mother, Spring, and father, Zack, have separated after Zack, who says he had been in recovery for almost nine years, relapsed into addiction.

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Aden says what he wants most, is for his parents to be together, and for their family to have a “happy and normal life.”

“He’s right on point with everything,” says Spring

“I love him, and I just want to be a good father to him,” says Zack.

Calling it a “family intervention,” Dr. Phil refers Zack to the dual diagnosis and treatment center Creative Care for evaluation and potential treatment for the emotional and addiction challenges he’s experienced. Does Zack accept the offer?

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