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May 27, 2011 / admin

Angry Women, Scared Husbands – [facepalm]

Did anyone watch this Dr. Phil episode with the embarrasing segment of  a BW/WM interracial couple, where the wife beats up and verbally abuses her husband? LAWD-HAVE-MERCY!

Description of the episode:

You may know that one in four women will become a victim of domestic violence, but did you know that research shows that one in nine men will too? Violence against men is rarely talked about and under-reported. Dr. Phil continues his campaign to end the silence on domestic violence with two couples willing to open up about their abusive relationships. Can these women learn to control their tempers before something tragic happens?



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  1. Jai / May 28 2011 2:55 pm

    I started watching this episode yesterday, I saw the first couple but when they showed the clips from this couple it made me cringe how she talked to him I couldn’t finish watching.

    • admin / May 29 2011 4:49 pm

      I couldn’t watch the whole thing. It was painful.

  2. Xai / May 31 2011 1:40 pm

    Saw this and I don’t think Dr Phil got to the bottom of the problem. I think her real issue is that she married a white man hoping to be rid of the many problems that come from marrying the average black man. You know: living in a decent home, someone to carry at least half the load, marrying a man who can ‘handle’ problems etc. She got none of these things. Instead she got an unemployed bowl of jelly. Add to that, she is probably being ridiculed by family and community AND she is an older overweight black woman so her chances are diminishing. In the same situation I might kick this males ass as well. She needs to regroup, address her own mental and mental health, divorce her current husband and find a quality man. Just my take.

    • Anna / Jan 10 2014 12:30 am

      Where did you get race out of this? Seriously. Pathetic. Stop focusing on race you’re only feeding the fire of prejudices.

      • Juan Salinas / Jan 12 2018 11:33 pm

        No, it’s not pathetic at all. I was waiting to see just how long it would take someone to shufe that deck and play those race cards. Your comment is can deny all you want but those are facts. What was saidis reality. Take time to look at the statistics and less time trying to shame someone just because your unable to deal with the facts. Stop blogging and read some books.

  3. Xai / May 31 2011 1:42 pm

    Sorry: that should read – mental and physical health.


  4. Jess / Jun 2 2011 6:25 pm

    I couldnt even watch this. I sick of angry/abusive bw stereotypes and the bw who act them out/encourage them.

  5. carib / Jun 3 2011 5:08 pm

    Never got a chance to see it, but I guess I’m glad I didn’t. I don’t think I would be able to handle seeing that woman and her disgusting behavior. I despise people who get a kick out of abusing others…I understand that situation all to well. So so sad! She needs help, as do the other woman on the show…KARMA is around the corner!

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