Kathy says that seven years ago, she got into an argument with her then 28-year-old son, Tim, which resulted in her calling the police, and Tim receiving a misdemeanor conviction for domestic battery. She says that since then, Tim has been verbally abusive toward her and “blames me for everything.” TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Do you need Dr. Phil to “get real” with someone?
“Tim says he does not have anger issues, but I have emails and text messages that prove otherwise,” Kathy says. “Tim told me he’s going to burn my house down. He’s going to sue me, and I could kiss my retirement goodbye.”
Tim admits that he blames his mom for ruining his life but says he’s called her names out of “frustration and pain.” WATCH: 35-Year-Old Says He Wants His Mom To Admit That She Is Responsible For Ruining His Life
“I am not angry in any way whatsoever,” Tim says. “I have problems with my mother, but I have not had any of those problems with anyone else.”
In the video above, mother and son see each other for the first time in two years. Does Tim want to have a relationship with his mom? And on Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil
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