The world of reality TV has everything from polygamists, to the super rich housewives of several rich areas to children terrorized by their dance teacher.
Now comes a reality show that is a spin off of “Bridezillas.” These couples are married, but in deep trouble.
Jim and Elizabeth Carroll have invited four couples, each a former cast member of “Bridezillas.”
Jim and Elizabth are uniquely qualified to help these seemingly helpless couples.
As the founder and creator of Marriage Boot Camp Jim has been saving marriages across the USA since 1994. His secret to boot camp is combining the best of the best in games, drills and exercises along with a heavy boot-camp style dose of tough love to facilitate healing in every participant. Jim got his start with trainer Dr. Phil McGraw and has been thriving for nearly 20 years. In addition to being married to director Elizabeth Carroll, Jim is a champion poker player with several national titles to his name.
As co-director of Marriage Boot Camp, Elizabeth brings a unique combination of experience in contemporary culture and insight to the psychology of the human mind and relationships. With her practical experience in teaching, public speaking, corporate training and counseling, Elizabeth has a vast knowledge with each and every case she’s a part of. Her counseling experience includes individuals, couples and adolescents. She is proficient in art therapy, object relations therapy and gestalt. Elizabeth has over 30 years in the corporate world with Levi Strauss & Co. along with a Masters in Counseling Psychology from Dominican University in San Francisco.
The premiere episode is set for this Friday and it heats up immediately.
Four couples arrive at a beautiful, large home and the problems between husbands and wives starts immediately. These couples fight about almost everything, including taking the bags into the house, (one wife had ten bags). It’s amusing, but also very sad.
Soon the couples are asked to pick a word from a bunch of words such as selfish or infidelity. These words have a consequence that nobody saw coming.
The four couples are told to have a nice relaxing evening, including a movie. How do you think that worked out?
The woman on the show are annoying and the men are only slightly better. It’s a wonder that these people are still married.
Jim and Elizabeth Carroll takes hold of the these couples right away and even though one wife stormed out, the show went on.
This show may actually do some good for these couples. This is entertainment, but it’s run by two accomplished marriage savers. I would heartily recommend this show, it’s fun to watch and it just might shine a light on a problem in your own relationship.