“Move On or Move Out”
More than 10 years ago, Leah’s 15-year-old daughter, Jessica, was killed in a horrible car crash. Since the tragedy, she has kept Jessica’s bedroom exactly the way the teen left it, and her family says she’s stuck in the past. What will it take to get Leah to move forward?
“Lying, Spending Spouses”
Kim says for the past five years, her husband, Mike, has been pretending to go to work at high-profile jobs, but in reality, he’s been playing video games in the basement and sleeping in his car. Mike admits that he lies to his wife so often that even he can’t keep track. Why did he carry out the deceit for so long?
“Young, Reckless and Enabled”
Ex-spouses Donna and Roger come together to get help for their 25-year-old drug-addicted daughter, Jordan. How did Jordan go from a mature, polite child to disrespectful teenager in just a few short years?
“Killer Mom: The Sole Survivor and Remarry or Run?”
The Locator’s Troy Dunn (link: http://www.drphil.com/shows/page/TroyDunn) is back to tackle two
stories about separated loved ones. Lori desperately wants to find her only living sibling. And, Mitzi wants to know if she should reunite with her ex-husband, whom she calls her soul mate.
Dr. Phil’s guests say their teen daughters have a history of lying and are headed down a dangerous path. Meet sisters Leanna, 18, and Erica, 17, who say media reports surrounding their arrest after a night of topless dancing at a strip club are ruining their lives, and Tiffany, who admits to lying about her parents abusing her.