Dr. Phil and Robin McGraw Have No Character
"The greater the outward show, the greater the inward poverty." -J. Krishnamurti
“Character is destiny.” - Heraclitus
Phil and Robin McGraw are worth over $400 million, or ALMOST A HALF BILLION DOLLARS. Phil pulls in $77 million a year. According to the Forbes 100, he is the 15th richest entertainer in the entire world!!! They live in a $40 million 15,000 square foot luxurious mansion in Beverly Hills. 40 million dollars folks! That is only one of the luxurious mansions they own. That is their right and their business. (We live in a $280,000, 2,000 s.f. home in the Wilmington, NC suburbs.) He has a collection of rare collectable cars. Again, that is his right and his business. He loves massive yachts. Phil also pushed the toxic diabetes poison Bydureon® for a huge, but undisclosed, sum. He has suffered from obesity and type 2 diabetes for over 25 years. He’s not smart enough to cure himself with diet and lifestyle. This awful drug has the FDA "black box" cancer warning (the very worst). Why was he promoting a dangerous, toxic poison that just makes diabetics worse? He doesn’t even take it. Why doesn't Phil sponsor research in to natural cures for diabetes? Type 2 diabetes can easily be CURED with diet and lifestyle. (Just read my book The Natural Diabetes Cure.)
Totally tattooed Jordan supposedly started Doctor on Demand in 2012 with Phil. Jordan couldn’t run a hot dog stand, much less a huge, complex online medical service. He finally married divorcee Morgan Stewart. He supposedly runs Stage 29 productions, a video service.
Jay is still married to ex-prostitute Erica Dahm. Yes, all Playboy bunnies were well paid to have sex, and not only with Hugh. You can see endless naked photos of her online. He is an “actor” on shows like So Help Me Todd.
He strongly believes in treating psychiatric problems with dangerous toxic mind altering drugs that only make the patients worse. Phil loves to send people to ultra-expensive, tot- ally unaffordable, highly overrated clinics and rehab facilities. The overall reviews from people who have been to them are not good generally. Neither are their success rates. They, of course, provide "free" services in exchange for the huge TV advertising and exposure they get. They are still pushing the Psychoneuroplasticity Center (PNP) in Dallas. They want $9,000 for a 2 day assessment. Hannah's House wants $100,000 for a 90 day stay. Who on earth can afford places like this? No matter where you go, the opiate recovery rate is generally about 20% at best. That's right, 80% fail. Actually, the inex-pensive faith-based clinics have the best success rates.
Robin got very jealous of Phil’s success. She is the Queen of Narcissism. She came out with her Revelation® junk line of fourteen overpriced, worthless cosmetics. She is 71 (2024), and lies about having multiple, major plastic surgery. Her tiny, beady eyes are due to bad surgery. She claims her tightly drawn, stretched face is due to her magic cosmetics! They are now selling useless No. 7 Skin Serum for $39.95. She had a face lift, nose job, cheek implants, breast implants, Botox lip injections, and other procedures. She is always very heavily and professionally made up with hair extensions, false eye lashes, and custom designed, very expensive outfits. She is skinny because she is anorexic and/or bulemic, not because she eats brown rice and spends seven days a week at the gym. She has strong sociopathic traits such as narcissism, deviousness, drama, pathological lying, scheming, shallow emotions, and superficial charm. Her cosmetics are worthless junk at extortionate prices. Naive old cows buy this garbage. For example, her one ounce Vita Boost sells for $62. Folks, the pretty little bottle costs more than the Magic Serum inside. The ingredients about a dollar, and two dollars for the nice bottle. Yes, it costs Robin about $3 for this useless $62 product. Seriously, tiny amounts of three common vitamins and ferulic acid for $62. All her products are worthless crap at extortionate prices. She's nothing but a cheap, third rate grifter. She is said to be a, “New York Times best selling author.” Baloney! She had all her books ghost written.
Now Phil devotes parts of his show (sometimes half!) to hawking her cosmetic crap. How cheesy. Phil wrote The 20/20 Diet book. This is too stupid to discuss. If this worked, he wouldn’t be obese, right? He promotes eggs, yogurt (lactose), coconut oil, chicken, potatoes, tomatoes, mustard (!), whey protein (lactose), peanuts (allergenic) and other unhealthy foods as the Magic 20. He is obviously chronically obese, yet pushed his Shape Up® diet bar as a Magic Weight Loss supplement. He was forced to pay the FTC $10.5 million for false advertising.
They endlessly strive to make yet more and more money. It's a terrible sickness. Phil is 73 years old (2024), and has already exceeded his life expectancy as a long term male diabetic. He will most probably be dead in a few years. He is very sickly and failing. What is he going to do with over 400 million dollars? He’ll leave it to his family, that’s what. No charity in his ice cold heart. If he had a heart, that money would go to many valid charities.
Let's be clear, Phil is a first class psychologist, with one of the most popular TV shows ever produced. For 20 years this has been a winner. He has to be an entertainer, and a showman, in addition to being a highly trained psychologist. It is to his credit, he makes psychology entertaining and enjoyable.
No one else on earth can do what he is doing. He gave up his license to practice in 2006, so he could devote his time to the show. His personal life is seriously flawed, but this does not detract from his professional expertise at all. His marriage to Robin is a sham, and his second time around. He cheated on his first wife, and she doesn’t have much nice to say about him. His marriage to Robin has been on the rocks for a long time. Robin is a habitual liar, and says they, "never fight". She constantly denies any cosmetic surgery. All married couples fight. Understandably, they don't want to reveal their personal mari-tal problems. He secretly got a vasectomy, but didn’t even tell her! Lots of communication there, huh? This undermines his credibility, honesty, and character.. All relationships need open and full communication. An expose book was written about him, The Making of Dr. Phil.
Robin further disgraced herself by selling junk jewelry. She is still selling a “Bow Ring” to stupid cows for $98 (it was $189, but she couldn't sell any). This contains about 50 cents worth of silver. For that price she could at least use 18K gold. Then she sold four small candles for $50. Why sell overpriced junk when you’re worth almost a half billion dollars, and pulling in another $77 million a year. Why not give it to your When Georgia Smiled charity? She has less than $100 thousand dollars in her charity. Those are donations, not her money. That’s right, less than $100 grand of other people’s money. She gives away OPM (other peoples money) to charity. They don't give their money away! Let's say that again- they do not give away their own money.
She pretended to write a drippy book Inside My Heart: Living Life with Passion and Purpose. Actually, it was ghost written, since she isn’t nearly smart or talented enough to write a book, and only has a high school education. They both claim to be Christians, but they almost never reference God, Jesus, the New Testament, or anything else Christian. She’s not intelligent enough to know life has no purpose!!! Life is a journey, not a destination. There is no “purpose” to life.
THEY ARE WORTH OVER 400 MILLION DOLLARS AND GIVE NOTHING AWAY!!!
The point of this article is their total and narcissism, complete lack of character, in-comprehensible shallowness, and rabid materialism. Phil makes $77 million a year, and pockets over $50 million after taxes. They already have almost a half billion dollars to spend. He is not going to be around long being old and diabetic. He could put that $77 million every year into his charitable trust every year, and pay no tax at all. That would give another $77 million a year to charity rather than themselves. Think of all the wonderful things they could do with just the $77 million a year, and not even touch their $400 million.
Now think of what they could do if they put $300 million of their net worth into their trust, kept a $100 million, and then added the $77 million a year. They could open drug addiction centers. They could open alcoholism treatment centers. They could open orphanages, especially for children of color who will never be adopted. They could open low cost private schools. This would give children a real education, instead of government brainwashing. They could open daycare centers, so single mothers could work. They could open marriage counseling centers. They could open hospitals and clinics in poor areas. They could open a huge diabetes research center for natural cures and treatment. They could open hospitals for poor children. They could open homes for unwed mothers. There is no limit to the good they could do!!!
There is no end to all the good they could do with massive amounts of money like this.
Instead, they merely hoard it and keep it within the family. Your author and his wife have most of their net worth in a 501c3 trust. We take no donations, get no salaries, and have no trust property. We give away our own money. We took $40,000 a year out of our Young Again Internet business to live on, and put the rest in our foundation to give away. (We sold it in 2023.) This is called a "personal foundation" when you give away your own money with no benefits. Why aren't Robin and Phil doing this? Because they have no character at all, that’s why. They want to keep it all in the family. A total lack of compassion.
Phil has the Dr. Phil Trust with less than $150,000. You read that right. One hundred and fifty thousand grand. Like Robin, this comes from donations. Not even his own money. Both charities together, this is only 1/10th of 1% of their worth, and it's from other people. That's like a dime out of every $100 bill. That is one part in one thousand. Their total trusts are worth less than $250,000 when they have $400 million, and pull in $77 million a year. PLUS what Robin is pulling in with her overpriced junk cosmetics. It seems they want to leave their fortune to their sons Jay and Jordan, rather than help the world. Money can't buy happiness, and never will. They don’t seem to understand that. The greater the outward show, the greater the inward poverty. Both of them are morally and spiritually bankrupt. They simply have no character at all. Their motto is obviously, "I'm worth it."
Phil is always bragging how successful his sons are, but both are train wrecks. Their dysfunctional son Jay married a heavily tattooed Playboy model with silicone breasts! Then he had children with her. He's obviously a rocket surgeon who makes good decisions. Here is a photo of “rock star” Jordan. Remember the movie Mad Max? Jordan looks like one of those insane savages Mel Gibson was fighting. His failed band Stars in Stereo was just noise, not music. He dates porn stars.
Nevertheless, Phil is a first class psychologist, showman, and entertainer. No one on earth can do what he is doing. This is how he pulls in an amazing 4.8 million viewers. Watching the show can be educational, funny, and enlightening. No one can do it like he does.
Google, “Robin McGraw plastic surgery”, and “Robin McGraw anorexic” and you will find a long list of exposes.
The greater the outward show, the greater the inward poverty. –J. Krishnamurti