Jenny claims she never wanted to have children, doesn’t know how to parent her 5 kids and should have never become a mother. The 36-year-old says she’s a “trashy” person and a bad parent who is always angry at her kids. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Have a family drama that needs Dr. Phil’s help?
“A personal truth is what you believe about yourself when no one else is looking, no one else is listening, it’s really what you believe about who you are,” Dr. Phil tells Jenny, adding, “You said, ‘I’m a trashy person.’ The reason personal truth is important is because we generate the results in life that we think we deserve.”
Continuing he says, “If we think we’re second-class citizens, if we think we’re trash, if we think we’re damaged, then we will generate the results that that kind of person deserves. So if you have a damaged personal truth, it needs to be repaired. And when I look at the way you’re living, the way you’re talking to yourself, the way you’re talking to your children, the way you’re talking about your children, the way you’re living in your physical space, I look at that, I don’t even need to meet you to know you’re damaged.”
When Dr. Phil recommends biofeedback training to help Jenny to manage her rages, parenting classes, and a life coach, does she agree to accept professional help? Tune in to Wednesday’s episode.
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