Thought this may be helpful for some here. Here's the synopsis: Phyllis and Barry say they're desperate to calm their violent 15-year-old son, Brandon, and turn to Dr. Phil for help. The couple confides that signs of their son's anger began around age 6 and has grown progressively worse -- so much so that their requests for Brandon to perform simple tasks such as brushing his teeth or bathing cause him to go into a rage, breaking things and punching holes in walls, and even chasing Phyllis with scissors. Barry says they walk on eggshells, waiting for Brandons next violent outburst and that every day he leaves the house worried that his wife may not make it to the end of the day. For protection, the couple says theyve even installed locks on various doors throughout their home, providing Phyllis a "safe room" in which to hide. What is at the root of Brandon's anger? Dr. Phil spends some one-on-one time with the young man to determine whats driving his behavior. And, find out what Phyllis recently found in Brandons room that shocked her to her core.