Jo Frost gives advice on how to help your family work together despite divorce.
Sneak Peek: Can we take the machete away?
Jo Frost gives some tips that will help your relationship with a troubled teen.
The Young Family: Sneak Peek
Sleeping in Two Beds
The Colier Family
Sneak Peek: The Young Family
Jo Frost discusses what's unique about Super Nanny.
Balance is the key to maintaining healthy parental relationships.
Three generations under one roof can be a blessing... and a challenge.
When both parents work, it can create real challenges for families.
Mom Crystale has a list of issues with her family. She can't forgive her long-time boyfriend for cheating, accept her daughter's sexuality or be affectionate to her sons. Everyone's on edge. Can Jo get through to Crystale and bring this family together?
Debbie and Larry have three adopted girls who are unruly and disrespectful. Mom doesn't believe in consequences. Dad feels the girls need boundaries but there are sensitivities regarding the adoption. Can Jo tackle the issue and instill needed discipline?
Kay and Mitch's children are out of control, lashing out in physical fights. The real issue is their relationship - Kay is the disciplinarian and Mitch acts more like one of the kids than a dad. Can Jo convince this family that change truly is possible?
With an impatient dad, a mom who feels like a single parent and a son in trouble with the law - the Campos family is in distress. Mom will leave dad if he can't step up and Jo must force him to see the consequences of his actions on the entire family.
Life in the Mead Family is complete chaos, with constant screaming and yelling. The children are really feeling the effects and what is worse, Mom and Dad have a secret that is tearing them apart. Can Jo help them let go of the past and restore trust?
Kate and Roy try to run a family business, but their rambunctious children create chaos by hitting the customers' kids and disrespecting the staff.
A single mother of two who works full time needs Jo's help.
Mike Ruggles tries to help Roberta, a woman who has given up.
A mother of two expects her mother to raise her children.
A house with two sons is filled with yelling and empty threats.
Jo tries to help two parents who work full-time and have four children.
Jo tries to help two parents get their three sons under control.