Now Alex , we all like you and think you’ve done a great job, but the real star of the Dr. Phil program yesterday was a concerned mother by the name of Jill who was there with her son Jeno to “stand up for the good kids of Steubenville and wants people to pull people at their lowest up.” I have no idea what she means by “pulling people up.” Because the only person who really need to be pulled up by “positivity” in the Steubenville rape case if the victim, but Jill thinks maybe the victim isn’t telling the truth. More
Topic: dr. phil
In the promo, Dr. Phil asks where the parents are and even though we all know that a lot of our kids will sneak out of the house and go to parties and drink when they are underage, the majority of our kids won’t be accused of rape. But if they ever are, they know that there will be very severe consequences, the very least which will be our not “sticking by them” if they rape someone. More
I’ve been following the disturbing case of an Anchorage mom, 36-year-old Jessica Beagley, who poured hot sauce down her son’s throat and forced him into a cold shower as a means of discipline. Prior to even knowing the back story – which, by the way, is totally lame – I was and still am disgusted by this woman. It doesn’t take a child psychologist to figure out that she is totally warped and, dare I say it, abusive. Who pours hot sauce down their kid’s throat?