Dr. Phil: What is your biggest fear for Nadya?
Kate: Her emotional health......
Hello Gosselin Fans! I am having problems linking Kate on Dr. Phil yesterday. So I'm telling everyone they can see it HERE and HERE. I decided to post the old video of the first time Both Jon & Kate were on, and then tomorrow hopefully have the other video up. I know that she ran on Tuesday to tape what looks to be a very great segment on the Octuplets mom. Did any of you get to watch it? I heard she was wonderful and was careful not to align herself with the Octuplets Mom's situation. Feel free to discuss it here.
UPDATE: Though this clip does not have Kate in it, I did find a bit about Dr. Phil discussing the dangers of what this woman did to herself and the children. You can see that interesting part below:
Special Needs Childrens Site Discusses Kate on Dr. Phil
You can read the entire article HERE, but I wanted to pull a nice except that sums up how Kate was on the show:
"In an excellent interview on the Dr. Phil (McGraw) show, Kate Gosselin, well known for her television show 'Jon and Kate plus Eight', and their book, Multiple Blessings, explained the challenges she faced when she and her husband Jon brought home the six babies that expanded their family from their darling twin girls. Kate said when fertility treatments were successful they expected one baby, with the possibility of another set of twins, and thought she could prepare herself for four babies at most. That pregnancy had resulted in seven but, sadly, they lost one baby. I don't know whether anyone but another mother can start to understand that we grieve the loss of every baby, no matter how many other children we have. The Gosselins declined 'selective reduction' due to their faith and appreciation of the gift of that pregnancy."
"In a practical and compassionate warning, Kate explained to Dr. Phil's audience that it took fifty people to help her and Jon their first year with her babies; she did not go outside for the first two years; and warned that people who step up to help wear down, wear out, and disappear, especially when the babies become toddlers. Although she briefly mentioned the exhaustive schedule including talks with doctors about medical issues, Kate also seemed to consider the special needs that were addressed in her children's early days to be just part of the package that creates exhaustion and elicits every bit of strength new mothers everywhere need to call upon."