Now, I get that. I get the whole don’t fight
in front of your kids thing. I pushed her. I slugged her this way,
I slugged her this way, and I put her in a headlock. Because if I had hit her, I
would have hurt my sister. Do you understand
what I’m saying? So my kids did see me throw her
from this room, to this room, to this room. And finally, I’m tired. I’m too old to be slinging you
across here and over there, and I’m giving out of breath. And she said to
me, in a headlock, our relationship will
never be the same. I said, you’re absolutely right. Let me just say this
to you, Miss Nicole. I don’t do violence. I don’t do violence among women. I don’t do violence. Because I stood up? That was all? You’re unsafe. You are not a safe person. I’m aggressive,
period, and I know that. – But it’s not working.
– I speak aggressive– – It’s not working.
– –and I know that. And if you’re not willing
to change, I can’t help you. I can’t. I can’t keep engaging in this. You’re going to let me help
you learn how to listen, you’re going to change
your point of view, or I’m gonna call your car. I can’t do it. [INTENSE MUSIC] You are responsible
for your triggers. You have to unplug them. Miss Nicole, I don’t know
you from a can of paint, and this is what I’m
going to tell you. You may love your children
with every fiber of your being, but there’s no way, with that
level of violence in your body, that you are a good mom. There’s no way. It don’t mean you don’t
feed them, and clothe them, and take care of them. But there’s a distinction
between providing for the child and raising a child. [EMOTIONAL MUSIC] You’re right.