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VideoDad Claims 7-Year-Old’s Behavior Issues Aren’t His Fault: ‘The Problem Is His Mother’s Parenting’
Faren says her 7-year-old son, Michael, has all-day tantrums in which he lashes out verbally and physically at her, her boyfriend Ricky, their pets, and other children in the home. “Michael is not the problem,” claims the boy’s father, Steven, who insists that – for the most part – his son is well-behaved in his home. “The problem is his mother’s parenting.” Steven claims that Michael’s behavior issues at Faren’s house are her fault because she “antagonizes” their son. How does Steven say he disciplined Michael during a recent incident involving the 7-year-old and his 19-month brother? This episode of Dr. Phil, “Threatened By My Second Grader,” airs Thursday. Check your local listing to find out where you can watch. WATCH: ‘I Don’t Directly Influence The Way He Acts,’ Claims Man Who Disciplines His Girlfriend’s 7-Year-Old TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: A family/relationship divided?
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Everyone loves free stuff, right? It’s why people stand in line for hours just to score a sandwich or a cookie or something. As a sign of the times, there are brands and chains out there that are encouraging you to get vaccinated, and as a carrot on a stick (or hot dog, in this case), there are freebies to be had once you get that sweet, sweet, jab. Today has a list of places you can snag some free stuff. Hop on and let’s get some beer.