BAD DON"T USE Disruptive Daughters

December 31, 1969
Kim says her 22-year-old daughter, Kaitlyn's, persistent emotional meltdowns are causing chaos in the home — but could Kim be enabling her daughter’s behavior? And, Alice says her daughter, Jenny, has lied so many times she doesn’t know when she’s telling the truth — so how is she to believe Jenny’s newest claim?







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KaitlynKaitlynLexanneKaitlynKimRossJennyAlice Kim says her 22-year-old daughter, Kaitlyn's, persistent emotional meltdowns are causing chaos in the home — and she is fed up. But could Kim be enabling her daughter’s behavior? Kaitlyn’s stepfather, Ross, says he believes his stepdaughter is acting out to get attention. What does Dr. Phil think? Kaitlyn’s stepsister, Lexanne, says she’s getting married in a few months and worries that Kaitlyn could disrupt her big day. How does Kaitlyn explain her emotional outbursts? Then, Alice says her 31-year-old daughter, Jenny, lies so frequently, it's hard to know when she’s telling the truth. Alice says Jenny has lied about a stalker breaking into her house, getting hit by a car — and even faked being blind for six weeks. Now, she says Jenny is claiming to be crippled by a debilitating fear of dirt and germs. Is it all a ruse?