Kyle says it’s his parents’ fault that he is 31 and still being supported by them. The young man says they are not helping him get on his feet and “don’t care” if his life falls apart.TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Have a family drama that needs Dr. Phil's help?
“My parents are basically undermining my life. Instead of trying to help, they derail it or do stuff out of spite,” Kyle says.
Kyle admits his parents pay for food and clothing, and that they have bought him numerous cars, but says those are necessities that all parents should pay for their children. WATCH: Parents Say 31-Year-Old Son Blames Them For ‘Everything That Goes Wrong In His Life’
“My parents act like I’m some sort of deranged, aggressive, psychopath. At home, they treat me like an unwanted guest. They have gone through great lengths to try to get me out of the house,” Kyle claims. “My parents have cried wolf to the cops so many times that they actually feel bad for me. All I wanted to be treated is like a son. I want to be treated like a member of the family, not like an outsider.”
In the video above, hear Kyle’s explanation for why he hasn’t moved out of his parents’ house. And, how does he respond when Dr. Phil questions him about his behavior? On Monday’s episode
, will Kyle accept responsibility for his behavior or continue to make excuses? And on Tuesday
, Jon Taffer, star of the popular TV show “Bar Rescue” and author of the new book, “Don’t ******** Yourself, Crush The Excuses That Are Holding You Back,” offers advice to Kyle and his parents. What must this family do to find peace? Check here
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Reasons 31-Year-Old Blames Parents For Unsuccessful Life