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Jay says that he grew up in chaos. He says his mom left him and his sister when he was 4 and he was raised by his father, but the women in his father’s life were not nice to the siblings. He says that he’s “very angry about his childhood” and doesn’t trust women. After his son was born a few years ago, Jay says his relationship with his ex, Cassie, became tumultuous. He says they often fight in front of the child. “My heart is breaking right now for you,” Robin McGraw tells the young man. “I’m really upset with you because of [your son], but my heart really does break for you because you have grown up since you were a child in this kind of situation.” Robin, who started her foundation When Georgia Smiled to help women and children live happy, safe and joy-filled lives free from the fear of abuse, created The Aspire Initiative to teach people about domestic violence. Learn how The Aspire Initiative can help Jay turn his life around in the video above. This episode, "'Stop My Brother’s Idiocy,'" airs Thursday. Check local listings to see where you can watch. WATCH: Why A Child Who Grows Up In A Home Filled With Fighting Internalizes The Chaos TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Hopelessly in need of Dr. Phil's Help?