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          We Must Do Better. We Must Be Better. We Must LOVE Better.

          The shock and pain among the French people was overwhelming. We all felt their pain, we all stand unified with our French brothers and sisters.

          Pastor Angel Arroyo and the Guardian Angels

          Unfortunately, Kyron Harmon is not the only missing person in our country - there are many more. Pastor Angel Arroyo, who helped in the search for the missing girls in Ohio, is currently working on several cases.

          The 4 Stages Of Readiness For Change

          Whether as a family or as an individual, change cannot happen unless you are ready for it. According to Dr. Phil, there are four stages of readiness when it comes to change.

          A Hoarder Lets Cameras Into Her Home (First Visitor In 14 Years)

          "Nobody has been to my house in 14 years," says Kelli, whose 14-year-old son has been forced to sleep on the couch since he was 5 so she can use his bedroom for storage. "I want to get rid of stuff but I don't know how to do it," she says, turning to Dr. Phil for help.

          Robin McGraw Shares Some Of Her Favorite Items From Her Me O’ My Product Line

          On the heels of the record-breaking success of her lifestyle brand, Robin McGraw Revelation, Robin joins Dr. Phil to share some of her favorite products from her new Me O' My product line.

          A Former Smoker Shares One of the Most Important Things You Can Do To Quit Smoking

          A former smoker shares one important thing you can do to quit smoking. For more information on how to quit smoking, visit CDC.gov/tips or for free help, call 1-(800) QUIT NOW. Sponsored in part by the CDC.

          Signs of a Gambling Disorder

          A gambling disorder is defined as gambling behavior that disrupts personal, family, and/or vocational pursuits.

          From the Dr. Phil Advisory Board

          Sixteen distinguished mental health professionals hailing from distinct backgrounds and varied disciplines provide advice and counsel to Dr. Phil. This blue ribbon panel of mental health experts is known as the Dr. Phil Advisory Board.

          Should the N-Word Be Banned?

          What are your feelings about the N-word and the idea of reclaiming an epithet historically used to oppress African-Americans?

          Teen Domestic Violence Resources

          If your teenager, your friend, or even you are in an abusive relationship, there are places to go for help. The following resources are a good place to start.

          Self-Defense Tips

          A self-defense expert gives the do's and don'ts of protecting yourself against an attacker.

          Should You Report an Abusive Parent?

          How to tell if you should report an incident.

          What is Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)?

          Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) characterized by the presence of obsessive (persistent/intrusive) thoughts and compulsive, repetitive behaviors that are time-consuming or cause significant distress/impairment.

          Anxiety Disorders

          Anxiety disorders develop when anxiety is persistent over time and causes significant distress or impairment in functioning.

          What a Survivor Can Teach Us about Abuse

          Amy says that when she was 18-years-old, she was held prisoner, chained up and raped by a man and his friends for over a year. She says she was subjected to his daily verbal and psychological torments. Now married and a mom, Amy has more than pieced her life back together. She offers her words of advice and wisdom on building self-esteem, and developing a support group to help you move past an abusive relationship.

          What is Hypochodria?

          Hypochondriasis is characterized by very high levels of worry about illness, a tendency to appraise their bodily symptoms as unduly threatening, harmful, or troublesome, and often think the worst about their health.

          An Autism Diagnosis: Answers To Help You Navigate The Journey

          Dr. Frank Lawlis, author of The Autism Answer and chairman of the Dr. Phil Advisory Board, shares some of his insight about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

          Early Signs of Schizophrenia

          Learn the early warning signs of schizophrenia, and determine whether your loved one could be at risk.

          A Former Smoker Shares One of the Most Important Things You Can Do To Quit Smoking

          A former smoker shares one important thing you can do to quit smoking. For more information on how to quit smoking, visit CDC.gov/tips or for free help, call 1-(800) QUIT NOW. Sponsored in part by the CDC.

          10 Key Signs of Having an Addiction

          Do you wonder if your behavior is crossing the line into addiction? Psychotherapist Dr. Gary Stollman gives 10 key signs of having an addiction.

          What to Do During a Bank Robbery

          Dr. Rosemary Erickson is a security expert who trains bank employees in what to do during a robbery. Learn the Dos and Don’ts if you find yourself at a bank during an attempted robbery.

          Quiz: Can You Spot a Narcissist?

          Do you think you could spot a narcissist? Could it be you or someone you know? Determine if there is a narcissist in your midst!

          Signs that Your Child May Have OCD

          Dr. Frank Lawlis, Chairman of the Dr. Phil Advisory Board, provides a checklist of symptoms of obsessive-compulsive disorder, or OCD.

          Talking to Your Children about Tragedy

          Opening up an age-appropriate dialogue with your children about a tragedy can be difficult, but it's necessary and important. Dr. Phil gives six tips for talking to young people.

          Quiz: Are You an Enabler?

          Enabling behavior can make your addicted love one even sicker. Find out if you're an enabler.

          Action Plan for Getting Back to Better Days

          Surviving a loss from death, divorce or when something you cherish is taken from you can be difficult, but you will survive. Dr. Phil shares steps to get back to better days.

          Four Phases of PTSD Recovery

          Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) can destroy families, dismantle marriages and leave its victims reliving a nightmare. But help is available, and there is hope for PTSD sufferers and their families.

          The 4 Stages Of Readiness For Change

          Whether as a family or as an individual, change cannot happen unless you are ready for it. According to Dr. Phil, there are four stages of readiness when it comes to change.

          A Hoarder Lets Cameras Into Her Home (First Visitor In 14 Years)

          "Nobody has been to my house in 14 years," says Kelli, whose 14-year-old son has been forced to sleep on the couch since he was 5 so she can use his bedroom for storage. "I want to get rid of stuff but I don't know how to do it," she says, turning to Dr. Phil for help.

          Signs of a Gambling Disorder

          A gambling disorder is defined as gambling behavior that disrupts personal, family, and/or vocational pursuits.

          Should the N-Word Be Banned?

          What are your feelings about the N-word and the idea of reclaiming an epithet historically used to oppress African-Americans?

          Self-Defense Tips

          A self-defense expert gives the do's and don'ts of protecting yourself against an attacker.

          Should You Report an Abusive Parent?

          How to tell if you should report an incident.

          What is Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)?

          Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD) characterized by the presence of obsessive (persistent/intrusive) thoughts and compulsive, repetitive behaviors that are time-consuming or cause significant distress/impairment.

          Anxiety Disorders

          Anxiety disorders develop when anxiety is persistent over time and causes significant distress or impairment in functioning.

          What a Survivor Can Teach Us about Abuse

          Amy says that when she was 18-years-old, she was held prisoner, chained up and raped by a man and his friends for over a year. She says she was subjected to his daily verbal and psychological torments. Now married and a mom, Amy has more than pieced her life back together. She offers her words of advice and wisdom on building self-esteem, and developing a support group to help you move past an abusive relationship.

          What is Hypochodria?

          Hypochondriasis is characterized by very high levels of worry about illness, a tendency to appraise their bodily symptoms as unduly threatening, harmful, or troublesome, and often think the worst about their health.

          An Autism Diagnosis: Answers To Help You Navigate The Journey

          Dr. Frank Lawlis, author of The Autism Answer and chairman of the Dr. Phil Advisory Board, shares some of his insight about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

          Early Signs of Schizophrenia

          Learn the early warning signs of schizophrenia, and determine whether your loved one could be at risk.

          Risks of Drug Abuse during Pregnancy

          When you are pregnant, you are not just "eating for two." You also breathe and drink for two, so it is important to carefully consider what you give to your baby. If you smoke, use alcohol or take illegal drugs, so does your unborn baby.

          Misophonia: Do You Hate Certain Sounds?

          Misophonia, literally "hatred of sound," is a little-known neurological disorder in which negative experiences (anger, flight, hatred, disgust) are triggered by specific sounds.

          Personality Disorders

          Get information on some of the different types of personality disorders. (Source: DSM-5)

          Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, Explains how to Make Your Health a Priority

          Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, explains reasons why we avoid medical checkups and tests — and how we can get past that.

          Dr. Freda Lewis Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, Explains the Signs of Depression

          Dr. Freda Lewis Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer, gives important information about the signs of depression, and how it can be treated. Could you or someone you know be suffering?

          What to Do If You Are Raped

          Rape is generally defined as forced or nonconsensual sexual intercourse. If you know someone who has been sexually violated, take these precautions.

          Talking to Your Children about Tragedy

          Opening up an age-appropriate dialogue with your children about a tragedy can be difficult, but it's necessary and important. Dr. Phil gives six tips for talking to young people.

          How to Talk to Someone You Think Needs Help

          Mental health issues affect millions of Americans. It may be difficult to reach out to someone you think needs help. Follow these Dos and Don'ts as a guideline for reaching out.

          Action Plan for Getting Back to Better Days

          Surviving a loss from death, divorce or when something you cherish is taken from you can be difficult, but you will survive. Dr. Phil shares steps to get back to better days.

          Quiz: Could You Have PTSD?

          Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a complex anxiety disorder that may develop after exposure to an extremely stressful or life-threatening event — involving death, the threat of death or serious injury — with resulting intense fear, helplessness or horror.

          Dealing with the Tragedy in Haiti

          If your child is having trouble coping with the aftermath of the tragedy in Haiti, or if you can't get past the loss and destruction, Dr. Phil has advice.

          Suicide: 5 Warning Signs and 5 Things You Can Do to Help

          Every day 105 people commit suicide in the United States. Learn the 5 most common warning signs and the 5 things to do to help someone who is considering taking his or her life.

          Experiencing Grief after Loss

          "Although the experience of grief in some form or another is universal, our reactions within the overall process vary widely. Newer research and my own experience tell me that, really, there are not stages of grief but an array of feelings that arise," says Dr. Phil. These emotions pop up in a specific order, and it's rare that one set ends completely before another begins. More likely, you'll experience a number of emotions -- perhaps one at a time, perhaps three at a time.

          Moving Past a Moment of Crisis

          Dr. Phil offers suggestions on moving forward after a traumatic event.

          Coping with the War

          During these difficult times, Dr. Phil offers advice on dealing with anxiety, uncertainty, and other issues related to the war with Iraq.

          When Your Child’s First Pet Dies

          How to handle this milestone in your child's life.

          Dealing with Anger and Guilt after a Suicide

          After losing a loved one to suicide, it isn't uncommon to struggle with conflicting feelings of anger and grief. Dr. Phil has advice on dealing with these painful and troubling emotions.

          Forgiving Yourself after the Loss of a Loved One

          If you are blaming yourself for a death that was not your fault, Dr. Phil has advice on forgiving yourself and moving on past the grief.

          Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: The Symptoms

          Could you or someone you love be suffering from PTSD? Learn the symptoms to watch out for.

          Getting Through the Grieving Process

          How to allow yourself to heal.

          Experiencing Grief after Loss

          The mourning process is sometimes made more difficult because the roller coaster of emotions that naturally occur might not feel natural. Find out what you can expect.

          5 Dangerous Suicide Myths

          Why you should never ignore a cry for help.

          How To Give and Receive Support

          Nobody should go through the grieving process alone. Dr. Phil has advice if you are afraid to ask for help or if you don't know how to offer it.

          Risks of Drug Abuse during Pregnancy

          When you are pregnant, you are not just "eating for two." You also breathe and drink for two, so it is important to carefully consider what you give to your baby. If you smoke, use alcohol or take illegal drugs, so does your unborn baby.

          Maintaining Sobriety and Avoiding Relapse

          You've made it through rehab and are clean & sober. Dr. Frank Lawlis, chairman of the "Dr. Phil" Advisory Board, offers his steps for maintaining sobriety.

          Tips for Parents to Prevent Teen Pregnancy

          Learn 10 tips for parents to help prevent teen pregnancy. The tips can also influence teens to delay becoming sexually active and encourage those having sex to use contraception carefully.

          What Teens Want Parents to Know about Teen Sex

          The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy shares the 10 things teens want their parents and other adults to know about teens and sex.

          Increase Your Chances of Conceiving

          Reproduction is basic desire of being human, so it's important to take care of your mind and body. Dr. John Jain, a fertility specialist, offers the following tips.

          Mom’s Biggest Health Mistakes

          Moms have a tough enough job without adding medical complications for their children down the road. Introduce healthy options early on.

          The Foundation of a Good Pregnancy

          Dr. Phil helps parents-to-be prepare for a huge life change.

          The Myths and Facts about Pregnancy

          From food cravings to weight gain, Dr. Phil sheds light on common myths.

          Having a Baby Later in Life

          Is it OK to have a baby when you're in your 50s? If you're healthy, how much should age be a factor in having a child?

          Profile of a Pregnancy Special Thanks

          Special thanks to the following.

          How to Stop Recurring Nightmares

          What does a recurring nightmare mean and how can you stop them?

          Is It OK To Have An Only Child?

          Dr. Phil gives his thoughts about whether it's selfish to have an only child.

          Negotiating for More Children

          Disagree with your spouse over whether you should have another child?

          Profile of a Pregnancy Follow-Up Special Thanks

          Special thanks to the following.

          Questions Your Unborn Child Might Ask

          Thinking of having a baby? Ask yourself these questions first.

          Don’t Let Having a Baby Ruin Your Marriage

          Dr. Phil has advice on how to cope with the new stress.

          The 4 Stages Of Readiness For Change

          Whether as a family or as an individual, change cannot happen unless you are ready for it. According to Dr. Phil, there are four stages of readiness when it comes to change.

          A Hoarder Lets Cameras Into Her Home (First Visitor In 14 Years)

          "Nobody has been to my house in 14 years," says Kelli, whose 14-year-old son has been forced to sleep on the couch since he was 5 so she can use his bedroom for storage. "I want to get rid of stuff but I don't know how to do it," she says, turning to Dr. Phil for help.

          Why Do People Lie?

          Why do people lie? Dr. Phil gives some common reasons.

          10 Commandments of Public Relations

          Howard Bragman is the Vice Chairman of Reputation.com and one of the most recognized public relations professionals. Learn more about his 10 Commandments of Public Relations.

          Personality Test Results

          Today's guests were asked to take a personality test. See how they scored, and how you compare!

          Are You Addicted to Chaos?

          Do you think you could be addicted to chaos? Take the test and find out!

          Quiz: Are You Vulnerable to Negative Social Influences?

          Do you easily trust people who seem like authorities? Dr. Philip Zimbardo, author of The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil, offers a quiz to determine if you could be vulnerable to negative social influences.

          Quiz: Are You on the Path to Becoming an Everyday Hero?

          Dr. Philip Zimbardo, author of The Lucifer Effect: Understanding How Good People Turn Evil, offers a quiz to determine if you're on the path to becoming a hero.

          Juvenile Firesetters: When Is It Arson?

          Recently some media sources have been reporting that a juvenile arsonist is allegedly responsible for one of the recent wildland fires in Los Angeles County. It is helpful to understand what arson is before making a determination of whether or not a person is an arsonist.

          Julie Morgenstern’s Organizing from the Inside Out

          It's the start of a new year, and the perfect time to work on those pesky resolutions that you've been putting off for so long! Dr. Phil gives his guests a jump-start by helping them eliminate unwanted old habits.

          Living Authentically

          Getting real is hard, but you have to do it if you're going to live authentically.

          Life Law #1: Do You Get It?

          Are you really living or just existing? Get excited about your life with Dr. Phil's advice!

          Eliminating Your Negative Internal Dialogue

          Your internal dialogue powerfully programs and shapes your self-concept. These exercises will help you eliminate your self-defeating thoughts.

          Personal Relationship Values

          Breathe new life into your relationship by embracing these powerful values.

          Life Strategies Personality Tests

          These tests will show if you're a Porcupine, Chicken Little or Poser.

          Formula for Success

          Feel like you're never in the winner's circle? Dr. Phil looks at the traits of successful people.

          Life Law #8: We Teach People How to Treat Us

          Own, rather than complain about, how people treat you. Renegotiate your relationships.

          Dr. Phil’s Ten Life Laws

          Your life can be dynamic! Put Dr. Phil's life laws to use and live by design.

          Making Resolutions a Reality

          It's time to stop making excuses and start getting results. Whether you want to lose weight, quit smoking, or get your finances in order, Dr. Phil has a plan.

          Seven Steps to Reaching Your Goals

          These steps for success will help you attain each and every goal.

          The 4 Stages Of Readiness For Change

          Whether as a family or as an individual, change cannot happen unless you are ready for it. According to Dr. Phil, there are four stages of readiness when it comes to change.

          A Hoarder Lets Cameras Into Her Home (First Visitor In 14 Years)

          "Nobody has been to my house in 14 years," says Kelli, whose 14-year-old son has been forced to sleep on the couch since he was 5 so she can use his bedroom for storage. "I want to get rid of stuff but I don't know how to do it," she says, turning to Dr. Phil for help.

          Living Authentically

          Getting real is hard, but you have to do it if you're going to live authentically.

          Life Law #1: Do You Get It?

          Are you really living or just existing? Get excited about your life with Dr. Phil's advice!

          Eliminating Your Negative Internal Dialogue

          Your internal dialogue powerfully programs and shapes your self-concept. These exercises will help you eliminate your self-defeating thoughts.

          Personal Relationship Values

          Breathe new life into your relationship by embracing these powerful values.

          Life Strategies Personality Tests

          These tests will show if you're a Porcupine, Chicken Little or Poser.

          Formula for Success

          Feel like you're never in the winner's circle? Dr. Phil looks at the traits of successful people.

          Seven Steps to Reaching Your Goals

          These steps for success will help you attain each and every goal.

          Take Responsibility for Your Life

          Need a life makeover? Dr. Phil shows you how to behave your way to success.

          The 5 Biggest Money Mistakes People Make

          Dr. Phil shares what he believes are the five biggest money mistakes people make — and what you can do to change your financial future.

          Protect Your Reputation on the Internet

          Have you had trouble with photos or information about you being posted on the Internet? Are you worried your children might mistakenly share private information on the wild, wild web? David Gingras is an attorney who offers tips to protect your reputation on the Internet:

          Robin McGraw’s Christmas Tips

          Robin McGraw shares tips for celebrating the holidays on a budget, and the dos and don'ts of Christmas letters.

          Holiday Tipping Guide

          Peggy Post offers this guide for virtually everyone you may need to tip during the holidays.

          Top Five Financial Mistakes

          Are your spending habits sending you and your family to the poorhouse? Learn the top five money mistakes you could be making, and take charge of your financial health.

          Tips for Successful Negotiations

          Don’t be intimidated by the process of negotiating! Dr. Phil and his guests offer their tips for how to do it successfully.

          How to Talk to Your Kids about Money

          Financial expert Susan Beacham offers parents tips for talking with their children about money.

          Steps for Avoiding Foreclosure

          Marilyn Logan is an investment broker who owned a foreclosure business, and she shares tips for avoiding foreclosure.

          Financial Self-Tests

          Author Elizabeth Warren has financial advice for eliminating your debt and learning to save your money.

          Tips for How to Find a Job

          Top recruiter Tony Besharaoffers tips forfinding a job and highlights the biggest mistakes people make on their résumés.

          Top Five Money Lessons to Teach Kids

          It's important to give children hands-on interaction with money from a young age. Learn the top five money lessons to teach kids.

          Money-Saving Tips: How to Live on Less in All Areas of Your Life

          The Economides family has tips for living frugally while enjoying life at the same time.

          Tips to Avoid the Top 10 Scams

          With the country facing economic woes, many Americans are on the lookout for ways to generate extra cash. But are those lucrative offers to work from home and get-rich-quick ads legitimate, or scams designed to swindle consumers? Along with author and attorney Steve Weisman, Dr. Phil addresses 10 common scams that have duped Americans out of millions.

          Deal Making: How to Play the Game

          Do you hate to negotiate? Learn the tips on making the best deal.

          Recession Survival Tips

          Financial expert David Gardner from the investment firm The Motley Fool and co-author of the book The Motley Fool Million Dollar Portfolio: How to Build and Grow a Panic-Proof Investment Portfolio gives his tips for surviving the recession.

          Financial 911: Your Top Seven Money Questions Answered

          Has the current economic crisis left you frightened and confused? Along with top financial experts, Dr. Phil gives advice on protecting your assets and weathering a major money storm.

          Money Quizzes and Finance Checklist

          How smart are you when it comes to your money? If you worry about surviving tough financial times, take these quizzes to evaluate your spending habits. Then, follow the steps on the Financial To Do Checklist to make sure you don't find yourself broke.

          The Five Biggest Money Mistakes

          Are you in debt? Dr. Phil shares the five biggest money mistakes people make. Learn how to change your habits so you don't find yourself in the red.

          Advice from Loral Langemeier

          Money expert and author Loral Langemeier shares her ideas for getting out of debt and creating new income.

          Beware of E-Mail Scams

          A get-rich-quick e-mail scam could be in your inbox right now. Find out how to spot this two billion dollar sheme that could take you for thousands.

          The 5 Biggest Money Mistakes People Make

          Dr. Phil shares what he believes are the five biggest money mistakes people make — and what you can do to change your financial future.

          How to Talk to Your Kids about Money

          Financial expert Susan Beacham offers parents tips for talking with their children about money.

          Steps for Avoiding Foreclosure

          Marilyn Logan is an investment broker who owned a foreclosure business, and she shares tips for avoiding foreclosure.

          Financial Self-Tests

          Author Elizabeth Warren has financial advice for eliminating your debt and learning to save your money.

          Top Five Money Lessons to Teach Kids

          It's important to give children hands-on interaction with money from a young age. Learn the top five money lessons to teach kids.

          Deal Making: How to Play the Game

          Do you hate to negotiate? Learn the tips on making the best deal.

          Recession Survival Advice

          The current economic downturn is dragging more and more people into a state of financial panic. Learn how to survive this money crisis.

          Coping with Unemployment

          Unemployment can wreak havoc on your self-esteem and pride, but there are ways to cope.

          Having a Baby Later in Life

          Is it OK to have a baby when you're in your 50s? If you're healthy, how much should age be a factor in having a child?

          Financial and Marital Harmony

          Should you and your spouse have joint or separate accounts?

          The 5 Biggest Money Mistakes People Make

          Dr. Phil shares what he believes are the five biggest money mistakes people make — and what you can do to change your financial future.

          Robin McGraw’s Christmas Tips

          Robin McGraw shares tips for celebrating the holidays on a budget, and the dos and don'ts of Christmas letters.

          Holiday Tipping Guide

          Peggy Post offers this guide for virtually everyone you may need to tip during the holidays.

          Top Five Financial Mistakes

          Are your spending habits sending you and your family to the poorhouse? Learn the top five money mistakes you could be making, and take charge of your financial health.

          Tips for Successful Negotiations

          Don’t be intimidated by the process of negotiating! Dr. Phil and his guests offer their tips for how to do it successfully.

          How to Talk to Your Kids about Money

          Financial expert Susan Beacham offers parents tips for talking with their children about money.

          Steps for Avoiding Foreclosure

          Marilyn Logan is an investment broker who owned a foreclosure business, and she shares tips for avoiding foreclosure.

          Financial Self-Tests

          Author Elizabeth Warren has financial advice for eliminating your debt and learning to save your money.

          Tips for How to Find a Job

          Top recruiter Tony Besharaoffers tips forfinding a job and highlights the biggest mistakes people make on their résumés.

          Top Five Money Lessons to Teach Kids

          It's important to give children hands-on interaction with money from a young age. Learn the top five money lessons to teach kids.

          Money-Saving Tips: How to Live on Less in All Areas of Your Life

          The Economides family has tips for living frugally while enjoying life at the same time.

          Tips to Avoid the Top 10 Scams

          With the country facing economic woes, many Americans are on the lookout for ways to generate extra cash. But are those lucrative offers to work from home and get-rich-quick ads legitimate, or scams designed to swindle consumers? Along with author and attorney Steve Weisman, Dr. Phil addresses 10 common scams that have duped Americans out of millions.

          Deal Making: How to Play the Game

          Do you hate to negotiate? Learn the tips on making the best deal.

          Recession Survival Tips

          Financial expert David Gardner from the investment firm The Motley Fool and co-author of the book The Motley Fool Million Dollar Portfolio: How to Build and Grow a Panic-Proof Investment Portfolio gives his tips for surviving the recession.

          Financial 911: Your Top Seven Money Questions Answered

          Has the current economic crisis left you frightened and confused? Along with top financial experts, Dr. Phil gives advice on protecting your assets and weathering a major money storm.

          Money Quizzes and Finance Checklist

          How smart are you when it comes to your money? If you worry about surviving tough financial times, take these quizzes to evaluate your spending habits. Then, follow the steps on the Financial To Do Checklist to make sure you don't find yourself broke.

          The Five Biggest Money Mistakes

          Are you in debt? Dr. Phil shares the five biggest money mistakes people make. Learn how to change your habits so you don't find yourself in the red.

          Advice from Loral Langemeier

          Money expert and author Loral Langemeier shares her ideas for getting out of debt and creating new income.

          Beware of E-Mail Scams

          A get-rich-quick e-mail scam could be in your inbox right now. Find out how to spot this two billion dollar sheme that could take you for thousands.

          Seven Steps to a Successful Estate Plan

          Do you need an estate plan? For those with substantial assets, estate planning is essential to preserve and protect wealth for future generations and to minimize estate taxes.

          Protect Your Reputation on the Internet

          Have you had trouble with photos or information about you being posted on the Internet? Are you worried your children might mistakenly share private information on the wild, wild web? David Gingras is an attorney who offers tips to protect your reputation on the Internet:

          Tips for How to Find a Job

          Top recruiter Tony Besharaoffers tips forfinding a job and highlights the biggest mistakes people make on their résumés.

          Deal Making: How to Play the Game

          Do you hate to negotiate? Learn the tips on making the best deal.

          Advice for Inventors

          Do you have a great invention? Dr. Phil, who worked in litigation for years and has experience with patents and intellectual property, offers advice.

          Want to Start a Business?

          Do you dream of owning your own business?

          Working From Home

          If you're a stay-at-home mom wishing you could make some extra cash and pursue your dreams, here are some great ideas to get you started.

          Recession Survival Advice

          The current economic downturn is dragging more and more people into a state of financial panic. Learn how to survive this money crisis.

          Formula for Success

          Feel like you're never in the winner's circle? Dr. Phil looks at the traits of successful people.

          Coping with Unemployment

          Unemployment can wreak havoc on your self-esteem and pride, but there are ways to cope.

          Always Late? Procrastinate?

          Are you always late? Constantly putting things off? Dr. Phil can help.

          Tips to Eliminate Debt

          If you fear that your child is headed on a path to destruction, Dr. Phil offers the following tools to help you parent with purpose.

          ‘When Should I Give Up On My Dreams?’

          After 10 years of trying to make it as an actress, Julie wants to know when it's time to find a new career.

          Coping in the Real World

          Many of today's college graduates can't balance checkbooks, have dead-end jobs and are on the verge of bankruptcy. Dr. Phil has advice for college graduates.

          Easy Tips For Parents To Protect Their Children Online

          When it comes to posting photos and information online, there are potential dangers, as parents can unknowingly open their private lives up to unwanted eyes. But, as Dr. Phil explains, there are ways to protect your family, yet still be able to share these special occasions.

          Mom: ‘I Despise My Daughter’s Best Friend’

          Rachel claims her daughter, Shaila, is being belittled, mistreated and “beaten down” – all because of her so-called best friend, Destinee.

          The Heartbreaking Reason A 14-Year-Old Has Never Had A Friend Over To His House

          Josh, 14, says he didn't know what a "normal" house was like until he had a sleepover at a friend's house when he was 10. That's when he realized that his mom's hoarding was an issue.

          Mom Demonstrates How Hard She Shook Her 2-Year-Old Son Prior To Child Suffering A Seizure

          Kayla says she thinks a fall on the playground caused her 2-year-old son Noah’s brain injuries and seizure. However, Department of Children and Family Services claimed Kayla confessed to shaking the child and hitting his head on the wooden railing of his bed, which she denies.

          Why Father Says He Believes Son’s Seizure, ‘Serious Injuries’ Caused By Child’s Mother, Not Playground Fall

          Andrew says he believes his ex, Kayla, is responsible for causing serious injury to their 2-year-old son, Noah, who suffered a seizure.

          Mom Accused Of Shaking 2-Year-Old Blames Playground Fall For Causing Child’s Seizure

          While Kayla admits to shaking the child, she insists she did not shake Noah hard enough to cause the brain injuries that led to his seizure, and instead claims a fall on the playground days before the seizure may have been the cause.

          Teen Domestic Violence Resources

          If your teenager, your friend, or even you are in an abusive relationship, there are places to go for help. The following resources are a good place to start.

          Should You Report an Abusive Parent?

          How to tell if you should report an incident.

          Tear Down the Wall and Bond with Your Child

          Dr. Phil has advice for overcoming difficult circumstances and learning to bond with your child.

          How to Do a Dyad Exercise with Your Teen

          The term "dyad" describes a two-person unit wherein two people are face to face and are involved in active eye contact. It tests your ability to really listen to one another without judgment.

          Five Critical Steps for Negotiating with Your Child

          All relationships are mutually defined, and the definitions you reach are a product of the negotiations you conduct with each other. If you don't like your relationship with your child, you need to renegotiate it.

          10 Tips for Hiring a Nanny

          When hiring a nanny to care for your children, follow these 11 tips to help assure you find someone trustworthy and well qualified.

          An Autism Diagnosis: Answers To Help You Navigate The Journey

          Dr. Frank Lawlis, author of The Autism Answer and chairman of the Dr. Phil Advisory Board, shares some of his insight about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

          Realities Calling for Parental Vigilance/Action

          Is your teen in trouble? Dr. Phil lists some of the realities that call for parental vigilance and action.

          Red Flags for Girls: Eight Essential Directives for Strong Self-Esteem, Healthy Dating and Balanced Relationships

          Rebecca is a national speaker, advocate for victims of human trafficking, and the author of The Witness Wore Red: The 19th Wife Who Brought Polygamous Cult Leaders to Justice. She speaks to women about abuse and how to break the cycle.

          Needs of Children in Blended Families

          Bringing two families together under one roof can be challenging. In his book Family First, Dr. Phil explains that children in blended families have some very specific needs.

          The Risks to Boys Who Grow Up with Abuse

          Are you in an abusive relationship and worry about the effect it will have on your children?

          Quiz: Do You Need to ‘Grow a Pair’?

          Do you need to take control of your life? Take best-selling author Larry Winget's quiz!

          Parenting in the Real World: A Test

          Preparing your child for the world isn't always easy, but it's essential.

          Six Tips for Effective Listening

          Loni Coombs, former prosecutor and author of "You're Perfect ..."? and Other Lies Parents Tell, shares her six tips for effective listening for parents.

          Parenting in the Real World: Shocking Statistics

          From Life Code: The New Rules for Winning in the Real World, Dr. Phil shares some shocking statistics of children being raised in today's family paradigm.

          Sex Talk Dos and Don’ts

          It's a topic that makes many parents run for cover, but explaining "the birds and the bees" is a conversation every parent needs to have with their kids. Dr. Phil and Dr. John Chirban, author of How to Talk with Your Kids about Sex, give tips.

          Could Your Teen Be Blinded by Love? The Six Warning Signs

          Parents: Are you worried about your teen's love life? Find out the six warning signs that they could be blinded by love.

          Quiz: Are You a Permissive Parent?

          Do you feel your teen is out of control, and you don't know why? Answer this series of questions to find out if you are enabling your teen's bad behavior.

          Top Five Warning Signs that Your Child is in Trouble

          What causes teenagers to make choices that could destroy their future, and why do they give in to peer pressure? What are the signs that your teen is in serious trouble?

          Children’s Needs While Going through a Divorce

          Addressing your child's psychological needs while going through a divorce, can help your child adapt better to their new living situation.

          Advice for Getting Your Child to Do Anything

          Parenting is about negotiating, but oftentimes it can turn into a downright power struggle. If you're caught in a constant give-and-take with your child, follow this advice.

          Seven Tools for Purposeful Parenting

          Dr. Phil offers these tools to turn your chaotic family into a peaceful one.

          Easy Tips For Parents To Protect Their Children Online

          When it comes to posting photos and information online, there are potential dangers, as parents can unknowingly open their private lives up to unwanted eyes. But, as Dr. Phil explains, there are ways to protect your family, yet still be able to share these special occasions.

          The Benefits of Faith

          Research indicates tangible advantages to a connection with the spiritual word. Is faith a part of your life? Learn the benefits here.

          Sibling Abuse

          It has been reported that as many as 53 out of every 100 siblings abuse a brother or sister. It could be happening in your home without you even knowing it. Learn the warning signs if one of your children is being abused and the steps to take to stop it.

          Co-Parenting with Your Ex

          Dealing with an ex when you have kids together can be difficult. Learn to put your child's best interests above your own and form an amicable relationship.

          Parenting through Change

          Screaming, hitting, bullying, temper tantrums ... If your child's behavior is out of control and nothing you do is working, it's time for commando parenting! Dr. Phil explains his technique for creating change in your child's behavior.

          Advice for Parents Who are Divorcing

          If you have decided to call it quits, Dr. Phil has this advice for you and your family.

          How to Parent Based on Your Child’s Personality

          If your parenting style is clashing with your child's personality, Dr. Phil offers advice for more effective parenting.

          Tool 2: Parenting with Clarity – Communication Audit

          If you fear that your child is headed on a path to destruction, Dr. Phil offers the following tools to help you parent with purpose.

          Making Family Resolutions

          It's time to make a resolution to your family, and Dr. Phil gives you the tools to make it happen.

          Children’s Needs While Going through a Divorce

          Addressing your child's psychological needs while going through a divorce, can help your child adapt better to their new living situation.

          Post-Divorce Parenting Mistakes and Strategies

          Post-divorce parenting is fraught with danger -- danger that you will inadvertently do damage on top of what the divorce has already done.

          Seven Tools for Purposeful Parenting

          Dr. Phil offers these tools to turn your chaotic family into a peaceful one.

          Bibliographical Resources

          Dr. Phil offers the following resources on spanking and parenting.

          National Parenting Survey

          This parenting survey reflects data from more than 20,000 participants.

          Hot Warning Signs

          These warning signs can help alert you to a potential crisis in your family.

          Creating a Contingency Contract for Your Child

          This contingency contract for parenting is taken from Dr. Phil's new book Family First: Your Step-by-Step Plan for Creating a Phenomenal Family.

          The Five Factors for a Phenomenal Family

          You can create the family you've always dreamed about.

          Parenting Dilemmas: Dr. Phil’s Advice

          Dr. Phil gives advice to guests with big parenting dilemmas: How do you correct the behavior of a potty mouth? A stealer? A biter?

          What Role Should a Stepparent Play?

          Being a stepparent is one of the most difficult roles any adult will ever assume. Agree on some very basic definitions of that role, and be alert to sensitivities associated with it.

          What Kind of Role Model Are You?

          Through your actions, your words, your behavior and your love, you can direct your children toward where you want them to go. What are you modeling?

          Easy Tips For Parents To Protect Their Children Online

          When it comes to posting photos and information online, there are potential dangers, as parents can unknowingly open their private lives up to unwanted eyes. But, as Dr. Phil explains, there are ways to protect your family, yet still be able to share these special occasions.

          Mom: ‘I Despise My Daughter’s Best Friend’

          Rachel claims her daughter, Shaila, is being belittled, mistreated and “beaten down” – all because of her so-called best friend, Destinee.

          The Heartbreaking Reason A 14-Year-Old Has Never Had A Friend Over To His House

          Josh, 14, says he didn't know what a "normal" house was like until he had a sleepover at a friend's house when he was 10. That's when he realized that his mom's hoarding was an issue.

          Mom Demonstrates How Hard She Shook Her 2-Year-Old Son Prior To Child Suffering A Seizure

          Kayla says she thinks a fall on the playground caused her 2-year-old son Noah’s brain injuries and seizure. However, Department of Children and Family Services claimed Kayla confessed to shaking the child and hitting his head on the wooden railing of his bed, which she denies.

          Why Father Says He Believes Son’s Seizure, ‘Serious Injuries’ Caused By Child’s Mother, Not Playground Fall

          Andrew says he believes his ex, Kayla, is responsible for causing serious injury to their 2-year-old son, Noah, who suffered a seizure.

          Mom Accused Of Shaking 2-Year-Old Blames Playground Fall For Causing Child’s Seizure

          While Kayla admits to shaking the child, she insists she did not shake Noah hard enough to cause the brain injuries that led to his seizure, and instead claims a fall on the playground days before the seizure may have been the cause.

          Tear Down the Wall and Bond with Your Child

          Dr. Phil has advice for overcoming difficult circumstances and learning to bond with your child.

          10 Tips for Hiring a Nanny

          When hiring a nanny to care for your children, follow these 11 tips to help assure you find someone trustworthy and well qualified.

          Needs of Children in Blended Families

          Bringing two families together under one roof can be challenging. In his book Family First, Dr. Phil explains that children in blended families have some very specific needs.

          The Risks to Boys Who Grow Up with Abuse

          Are you in an abusive relationship and worry about the effect it will have on your children?

          Quiz: Do You Need to ‘Grow a Pair’?

          Do you need to take control of your life? Take best-selling author Larry Winget's quiz!

          Parenting in the Real World: A Test

          Preparing your child for the world isn't always easy, but it's essential.

          Six Tips for Effective Listening

          Loni Coombs, former prosecutor and author of "You're Perfect ..."? and Other Lies Parents Tell, shares her six tips for effective listening for parents.

          Parenting in the Real World: Shocking Statistics

          From Life Code: The New Rules for Winning in the Real World, Dr. Phil shares some shocking statistics of children being raised in today's family paradigm.

          Sex Talk Dos and Don’ts

          It's a topic that makes many parents run for cover, but explaining "the birds and the bees" is a conversation every parent needs to have with their kids. Dr. Phil and Dr. John Chirban, author of How to Talk with Your Kids about Sex, give tips.

          The Benefits of Faith

          Research indicates tangible advantages to a connection with the spiritual word. Is faith a part of your life? Learn the benefits here.

          Questions to Ask Yourself in a Custody Battle

          Are you in a custody battle? Have you lost custody of your children and wonder if you're doing enough to get them back? Dr. Phil has a series of questions to assess whether you are doing all you can to regain custody.

          Signs of Child Neglect

          Child neglect is another type of child abuse. Learn the warning signs of child neglect and what to do if you spot them.

          Quiz: Is Your Son Ready To Be a Man and a Good Husband?

          In his new book, Straight Talk, No Chaser, comedian and TV/radio host Steve Harvey says there are some important things every young man needs to learn before becoming a real man. Take this quiz to see how your son stacks up!

          Maintaining Sobriety and Avoiding Relapse

          You've made it through rehab and are clean & sober. Dr. Frank Lawlis, chairman of the "Dr. Phil" Advisory Board, offers his steps for maintaining sobriety.

          Mom: ‘I Despise My Daughter’s Best Friend’

          Rachel claims her daughter, Shaila, is being belittled, mistreated and “beaten down” – all because of her so-called best friend, Destinee.

          Do You Know How to Brat-Proof Your Child?

          Do you cave easily to your child's temper tantrums? Unsure if your discpline techniques are doing more harm than good? Take a quiz!

          Strategies for Effective Parenting

          Dr. Phil and child behavior specialist Betsy Brown Braun suggest the following strategies to improve discipline and establish a healthy bond with your kids

          Are You an Angry Mom?

          Do you sometimes feel overwhelmed when disciplining your children? Fear that your temper may be out of control? The following quiz can help gauge if you need help dealing with deep feelings of hostility.

          Parents’ Top Three Questions

          Parents: How tuned in are you to your childrens' interests, friends, hobbies and extracurricular activities? If you suspect your child might be headed down a wrong path, sit down with him or her and ask the following three questions.

          Test for Thrill-Seeking Behavior

          Are you a self-described daredevil? Are you always looking for the next thrill? Take the following test!

          Quiz: Are You a Permissive Parent?

          Do you feel your teen is out of control, and you don't know why? Answer this series of questions to find out if you are enabling your teen's bad behavior.

          Discipline Dos and Don’ts

          Are you overwhelmed dealing with your child’s temper tantrums? Dr. Phil and educational consultant Dr. Michele Borba offer tips for creating peace.

          When Parenting Becomes Abuse

          How do you know when your actions toward your child cross the line and become abusive? The ChildHelp National Child Abuse Hotline offers parents these tips for learning the boundaries of abuse

          A Discipline Questionnaire for Parents

          How well are you parenting your children? Take Dr. Phil's test.

          Sports and School: Requiring More from Your Teen

          Does winning on the court or field mean failing in the classroom?

          Tool 2: Parenting with Clarity – Communication Audit

          If you fear that your child is headed on a path to destruction, Dr. Phil offers the following tools to help you parent with purpose.

          If You Suspect Your Child Has a Mental Illness

          Do you fear that your child is getting out of control and may have an biological or medical issue? Dr. Phil has advice.

          Fourteen Characteristics of a Serial Killer

          Could you be raising a serial killer?

          Increasing Your Child’s Intellectual Performance

          Here are some tools to help boost your child's brain power.

          Seven Tools for Purposeful Parenting

          Dr. Phil offers these tools to turn your chaotic family into a peaceful one.

          Permissive Parenting

          Dr. Phil gives advice to parents who provide little structure or discipline for their teenagers.

          How to Stop a Temper Tantrum in Seconds

          Dr. Phil invites Dr. Harvey Karp on the show to share his technique to stop a toddler's temper tantrum in seconds.

          Is Your Firstborn Acting Out?

          Don't understand why your child has begun having temper tantrums or turned into a drama queen? Dr. Phil has some advice that may surprise you.

          When Your Child Won’t Stop Lying

          Frustrated because your child continues to lie to you in spite of your disciplinary efforts? Dr. Phil has advice.

          Mom Demonstrates How Hard She Shook Her 2-Year-Old Son Prior To Child Suffering A Seizure

          Kayla says she thinks a fall on the playground caused her 2-year-old son Noah’s brain injuries and seizure. However, Department of Children and Family Services claimed Kayla confessed to shaking the child and hitting his head on the wooden railing of his bed, which she denies.

          Why Father Says He Believes Son’s Seizure, ‘Serious Injuries’ Caused By Child’s Mother, Not Playground Fall

          Andrew says he believes his ex, Kayla, is responsible for causing serious injury to their 2-year-old son, Noah, who suffered a seizure.

          The Risks to Boys Who Grow Up with Abuse

          Are you in an abusive relationship and worry about the effect it will have on your children?

          Six Tips for Effective Listening

          Loni Coombs, former prosecutor and author of "You're Perfect ..."? and Other Lies Parents Tell, shares her six tips for effective listening for parents.

          Sex Talk Dos and Don’ts

          It's a topic that makes many parents run for cover, but explaining "the birds and the bees" is a conversation every parent needs to have with their kids. Dr. Phil and Dr. John Chirban, author of How to Talk with Your Kids about Sex, give tips.

          The Five Stages of Grooming By a Pedophile

          Ninety percent of child molesters know their victims. Would you recognize a predator near your family? Learn the five stages a pedophile goes through to groom a victim.

          Impact of Child Sexual Abuse on Victims

          The damages causes by child sexual abuse last a long time without the proper healing. Learn the impact on victims.

          Signs of Child Neglect

          Child neglect is another type of child abuse. Learn the warning signs of child neglect and what to do if you spot them.

          How to Prepare before Adopting Internationally

          There are many challenges to adopting an international child. Dr. Phil and experts offer tips on how to prepare yourself for a successful adoption process.

          Top 10 Things to Do Before Considering Surrogacy

          Surrogacy can be a miraculous gift, a way of helping a childless or infertile couple fulfill their desire to become parents. According to Bill Handel, attorney and director of the Center for Surrogate Parenting, Inc., there are 10 things you must consider before working with a surrogate.

          Biggest Parenting Mistakes

          Dr. Phil and special guest Dr. Jim Sears, pediatrician and co-host of the hit show, ,The Doctors, tackle five childhood behaviors that leave parents frustrated.

          Talking to Your Kids about Sandra Cantu

          It's the story everyone is talking about: The horrific murder and alleged rape of 8-year-old Sandra Cantu. People are asking, “How do I keep my child safe? How do I talk to my children about this?� Dr. Michele Borba, educational psychologist and author of The Big Book of Parenting Solutions, offers her advice.

          Adoption Tips

          Considering adoption? Read these tips first.

          When Parents Play Favorites

          Do you openly show favoritism to one of your children? Is your bond stronger with a certain child than with another? Dr. Phil cautions parents who play favorites, explaining how it can be toxic to all the children in the home, including the "star" child.

          Four Ways to Reduce the Risk of SIDS

          Learn what steps you can take to reduce your child's risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.

          Get Your Child To Sleep Through the Night

          If you're a parent struggling with this issue, the following are tips to help you get back on the road to a good nights sleep.

          To Home School or Not to Home School?

          Deciding to home school your child can be a tough decision. Home schooling takes a large commitment of time, money and patience for a parent. Research shows they do just as well or better on ACTs and SATs, but how does it impact them socially?

          Baby-Proofing Your Home

          Get tips from the National Safety Council on how to keep your baby from harm.

          Where Should Your Child Sleep?

          See both sides of the debate about parents and kids sleeping together.

          Children and Violent Video Games

          Children often say their favorite video games are violent. What is the result of all this video game mayhem?

          Easy Tips For Parents To Protect Their Children Online

          When it comes to posting photos and information online, there are potential dangers, as parents can unknowingly open their private lives up to unwanted eyes. But, as Dr. Phil explains, there are ways to protect your family, yet still be able to share these special occasions.

          The Heartbreaking Reason A 14-Year-Old Has Never Had A Friend Over To His House

          Josh, 14, says he didn't know what a "normal" house was like until he had a sleepover at a friend's house when he was 10. That's when he realized that his mom's hoarding was an issue.

          How to Do a Dyad Exercise with Your Teen

          The term "dyad" describes a two-person unit wherein two people are face to face and are involved in active eye contact. It tests your ability to really listen to one another without judgment.

          Realities Calling for Parental Vigilance/Action

          Is your teen in trouble? Dr. Phil lists some of the realities that call for parental vigilance and action.

          Red Flags for Girls: Eight Essential Directives for Strong Self-Esteem, Healthy Dating and Balanced Relationships

          Rebecca is a national speaker, advocate for victims of human trafficking, and the author of The Witness Wore Red: The 19th Wife Who Brought Polygamous Cult Leaders to Justice. She speaks to women about abuse and how to break the cycle.

          What to Look for When Choosing Residential Treatment Centers or Therapeutic Schools

          Not all residential treatment centers and therapeutic schools are perfect, nor are they the perfect fit. Dr. Phil provides tips for parents considering these programs for their out-of-control teens.

          The Five Stages of Grooming By a Pedophile

          Ninety percent of child molesters know their victims. Would you recognize a predator near your family? Learn the five stages a pedophile goes through to groom a victim.

          Impact of Child Sexual Abuse on Victims

          The damages causes by child sexual abuse last a long time without the proper healing. Learn the impact on victims.

          Could Your Teen Be Blinded by Love? The Six Warning Signs

          Parents: Are you worried about your teen's love life? Find out the six warning signs that they could be blinded by love.

          Quiz: Is Your Daughter in an Abusive Relationship?

          Research shows that 98 percent of teenage girls who have been abused continue to date the abuser. Your teen could be one of them. Do you know the warning signs?

          Quiz: Are You a Permissive Parent?

          Do you feel your teen is out of control, and you don't know why? Answer this series of questions to find out if you are enabling your teen's bad behavior.

          What Teens Want Parents to Know about Teen Sex

          The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy shares the 10 things teens want their parents and other adults to know about teens and sex.

          Prevent Teen Love Obsessions

          When teens fall in love, they fear they’ll fall apart if they break up, so many get further into relationships before they’re mature enough to handle them. Follow these steps if you fear your teen is becoming obsessed in his or her relationship.

          Family Strategies for Coping with an Eating Disorder

          Dr. Phil offers tips for coping with a family member who has an eating disorder.

          A Call to Action against Bullying

          The alarming rise in the number of teens taking their own lives is leaving parents desperate for answers. Could you be missing cues that your child is in trouble? Do you know what is happening at your child's school?

          Warning Signs of Prescription Drug Abuse

          The untimely death of several of celebrities, including former child actor Corey Haim, who were found with prescription pill bottles by their side, has brought the prescription drug abuse epidemic to the limelight. If you fear a loved one may be abusing prescription pills, watch for these warning signs and seek immediate help.

          Dos and Don’ts for Dealing with Suicide

          During the time it takes to tape the Dr. Phil show, 180 people in America will attempt suicide. Every 90 minutes, a teenager or young adult dies by suicide. Learn the dos and don'ts of talking to a teen who may be planning to take his or her life.

          Suicide Warning Signs

          Suicide is the third leading cause of death among teens. Sixty percent say they've thought about suicide, 19.3 percent of high school students say they've seriously considered the act and nine percent admit that they have attempted it at least once. If you suspect that your loved one is contemplating taking his or her life, heed the following warning signs.

          Suicide Myths

          A recent rise in teen deaths by suicide has parents and educators concerned. Is your loved one at risk? Dr. Phil sheds light on common myths.

          9 Tips For Bringing Passion Back Into Your Relationship

          Whether you’ve been married for decades or are in a new relationship, Dr. Phil’s tips can help you spice things up in the bedroom … or somewhere else!

          The 9 Biggest Myths About ‘Happy’ Couples

          Know what can chip away at a perfectly healthy, solid relationship? Believing myths about what other “happy” couples are or do.

          Why Are You Still Single? 5 Mistakes You Could Be Making

          Are you single and sick of it? Is it the men … or could it be you?

          5 Types Of Guys You Should Run From (Fast!)

          When it comes to men, how can you avoid the bad apples? Watch out for these five types:

          6 Signs Your Marriage Is Falling Apart – And How To Fix It

          Is your marriage at risk of falling apart? Take Dr. Phil’s “Marriage Inventory Quiz” — these are 6 signs that you or your spouse could be landing your marr

          5 Questions To Ask Before Tying The Knot

          Is getting married right for you? What should you consider before walking down the aisle? Ask yourself these questions:

          6 Ways To Affair-Proof Your Marriage

          There are no guarantees that you or your spouse will never cheat, but you can do your best to inoculate yourself against infidelity by plugging into your m

          5 Questions You Need To Ask Before You Decide To Divorce

          Before you break your wedding vows and decide to be part of that statistic, Dr. Phil suggests you answer these five questions, which he calls his “Divorce

          How The Aspire News App Could Save Your Life

          Planning a safe exit from an abusive relationship is a necessary and important step before leaving your partner. Robin McGraw, along with her foundation, When Georgia Smiled: The Robin McGraw Revelation Foundation, helped develop the Aspire News app — a free app that uses technology to assist victims in abusive situations.

          Dr. Phil’s Message To Anyone Who Feels Stuck In An Abusive Relationship: Violence Is ‘Not An Option’

          Victims of domestic violence can sometimes be afraid to leave the situation, and at times, even blame themselves for the abuse. But, Dr. Phil says nobody should tolerate being stuck in an abusive relationship, especially if their partner won’t recognize the issue.

          9 Warning Signs Of An Abusive Relationship

          Dr. Phil talks with Destinee and Shaila about their relationship, and whether they see any warning signs in their own behavior toward each other.

          How To Identify, Define 5 Different Types Of Abuse

          The Aspire Initiative, a free domestic violence education curriculum for tweens, teens and adults, to reduce the level of intimate relationship violence in the United States, founded by Robin McGraw through her When Georgia Smiled foundation, offers these definitions for five different types of abuse, courtesy of LoveIsRespect.org.

          Hoarder’s Fiancé Gives Her Ultimatum: Your Junk Or Me

          Twelve years after getting divorced, Kelli and Richard are set to walk down the aisle again. But Richard has given his fiancé -- who's a self-declared hoarder -- an ultimatum: get rid of your junk or me.

          A Hoarder Lets Cameras Into Her Home (First Visitor In 14 Years)

          "Nobody has been to my house in 14 years," says Kelli, whose 14-year-old son has been forced to sleep on the couch since he was 5 so she can use his bedroom for storage. "I want to get rid of stuff but I don't know how to do it," she says, turning to Dr. Phil for help.

          Sex Survey

          Dr. John Chirban, Ph.D, Th.D, a Clinical Instructor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School and a member of the Dr. Phil Advisory Board, is currently conducting a study to find out how people learned about sex growing up.

          Online Dating Red Flags: Warning Signs of a Catfish

          With more than 40 million men and women online looking for love, there are bound to be some scam artists out there. Look out for these early warning signs that your love interest may not be who they say they are.

          Teen Domestic Violence Resources

          If your teenager, your friend, or even you are in an abusive relationship, there are places to go for help. The following resources are a good place to start.

          Tear Down the Wall and Bond with Your Child

          Dr. Phil has advice for overcoming difficult circumstances and learning to bond with your child.

          Where’s the Foreplay?

          Learn why men and women are so different when it comes to sex and orgasms.

          The 9 Biggest Myths About ‘Happy’ Couples

          Know what can chip away at a perfectly healthy, solid relationship? Believing myths about what other “happy” couples are or do.

          5 Types Of Guys You Should Run From (Fast!)

          When it comes to men, how can you avoid the bad apples? Watch out for these five types:

          Dr. Phil’s Message To Anyone Who Feels Stuck In An Abusive Relationship: Violence Is ‘Not An Option’

          Victims of domestic violence can sometimes be afraid to leave the situation, and at times, even blame themselves for the abuse. But, Dr. Phil says nobody should tolerate being stuck in an abusive relationship, especially if their partner won’t recognize the issue.

          Online Dating Scams: How to Tell If You Are Being Baited by a Catfish

          It's easy for some of the smartest people to get duped by catfish scam artists -- online imposters who try to win your love. Look for these clues to tell i

          Marriage Survival Guide for Tough Times

          If your marriage is cracking under financial pressure, Dr. Phil has advice for weathering the storm.

          Marriage Inventory Quiz

          Is your marriage headed down the aisle of divorce? Dr. Phil shares the six quickest ways to ruin a marriage. Take the quiz and find out if your relationship is at risk.

          How to Spot a Potential Abuser

          If you’re afraid that you or someone you love may be getting into an abusive situation, Dr. Phil gives some signs to look for.

          How to Keep Boundaries with a “Work Spouse”?

          Work spouses are the on the rise and can provide significant benefits, but there is also a downside. Should you commit? What you should know before you say "I do" at work.

          Sexual Styles that Don’t Match

          Just when he's ready to get hot and heavy ... all she can think about is getting some sleep. Find out how to get your sex life in sync.

          Warning Signs You May Be Dating a Married Man

          Author and former mistress, Sarah Symonds, gives her tips for recognizing the signs that a man you’re dating may be married.

          Divorce Survival Tips

          Know your rights when it comes to spousal support, child support and marital assets to protect yourself if you're getting a divorce -- you're not as powerless as you may feel.

          9 Tips For Bringing Passion Back Into Your Relationship

          Whether you’ve been married for decades or are in a new relationship, Dr. Phil’s tips can help you spice things up in the bedroom … or somewhere else!

          The 9 Biggest Myths About ‘Happy’ Couples

          Know what can chip away at a perfectly healthy, solid relationship? Believing myths about what other “happy” couples are or do.

          6 Signs Your Marriage Is Falling Apart – And How To Fix It

          Is your marriage at risk of falling apart? Take Dr. Phil’s “Marriage Inventory Quiz” — these are 6 signs that you or your spouse could be landing your marr

          5 Questions To Ask Before Tying The Knot

          Is getting married right for you? What should you consider before walking down the aisle? Ask yourself these questions:

          6 Ways To Affair-Proof Your Marriage

          There are no guarantees that you or your spouse will never cheat, but you can do your best to inoculate yourself against infidelity by plugging into your m

          5 Questions You Need To Ask Before You Decide To Divorce

          Before you break your wedding vows and decide to be part of that statistic, Dr. Phil suggests you answer these five questions, which he calls his “Divorce

          Dr. Phil’s Message To Anyone Who Feels Stuck In An Abusive Relationship: Violence Is ‘Not An Option’

          Victims of domestic violence can sometimes be afraid to leave the situation, and at times, even blame themselves for the abuse. But, Dr. Phil says nobody should tolerate being stuck in an abusive relationship, especially if their partner won’t recognize the issue.

          Marriage Survival Guide for Tough Times

          If your marriage is cracking under financial pressure, Dr. Phil has advice for weathering the storm.

          Marriage Inventory Quiz

          Is your marriage headed down the aisle of divorce? Dr. Phil shares the six quickest ways to ruin a marriage. Take the quiz and find out if your relationship is at risk.

          Chore Personality Quiz

          Do you like to tidy up, or are you not very orderly? Take this quiz, by Dr. Sam Gosling, author of Snoop: What Your Stuff Says about You, to determine your personality when it comes to doing household chores.

          How to Keep Boundaries with a “Work Spouse”?

          Work spouses are the on the rise and can provide significant benefits, but there is also a downside. Should you commit? What you should know before you say "I do" at work.

          Six Steps to Protect Yourself in an Abusive Relationship

          More than 25 percent of battered women remain in a relationship with their abuser. Are you one of those women who stay? The National Network to End Domestic Violence shares the six steps to protect yourself and your children.

          Will Your Man Cheat?

          What if you could find out if your man is at a higher risk for infidelity before you married him? Dr. Phil and his panel of medical experts discuss the new science behind a cheater’s brain and what can be done if your loved one is at a higher risk.

          The Five Biggest Mistakes that Threaten Relationships

          Dr. Edward Hallowell and his wife, Sue, reveal the five biggest mistakes couples make in relationships that lead to lack of communication and struggles

          Warning Signs of Future Mother-in-Law Problems

          In a recent poll, one quarter of divorced couples report that in-laws are “somewhat� responsible for their marriages ending, and the mothers-in-law get most of the blame. If you want to know ahead of time if you’ll have in-law issues, read Dr. Phil’s warning signs.

          Controller Quiz

          There are five types of controlling people. Take this quiz to find out what type of controller you — or someone you know — may be and how best to deal with the behavior.

          The Newlywed Quiz

          If you wonder if you really know your spouse, take this quiz together. These are basic questions that you should know.

          Getting Back Together

          Are you in a rollercoaster relationship that is on again, off again, on again? Perhaps you divorced too soon and are now contemplating a recommitment to that same person? Dr. Phil implores his guests to do the necessary work to fix what was broken in their relationship before they head down the aisle a second time.

          Partner Awareness Quiz

          How well do you really know your partner?

          The Character of Him

          It’s very important to know exactly the type of partner you are searching for. If you don’t, how will you know when you’ve found him/her? Dr. Phil walks you through the basics of discovering who your perfect match is.

          How to Keep Elderly Loved Ones Safe

          In the United States, an elderly person is abused an average of once every five seconds. Whether at home or in a care facility, it is important to make sure your elderly loved ones are safe and protected.

          Before Separating from an Abusive Partner and Seeking Custody

          Civil and family attorney Areva Martin and the National Network to End Domestic Violence recommend the following tips for improving your chances of gaining custody after leaving an abusive relationship.

          Warning Signs of Future Mother-in-Law Problems

          In a recent poll, one quarter of divorced couples report that in-laws are “somewhat� responsible for their marriages ending, and the mothers-in-law get most of the blame. If you want to know ahead of time if you’ll have in-law issues, read Dr. Phil’s warning signs.

          Warning Signs of an Abusive Relationship

          Are you or someone you love in an unhealthy relationship? Dr. Frank Lawlis, Chairman of the Dr. Phil Advisory Board, says there are warning signs to look out for.

          Getting Back Together

          Are you in a rollercoaster relationship that is on again, off again, on again? Perhaps you divorced too soon and are now contemplating a recommitment to that same person? Dr. Phil implores his guests to do the necessary work to fix what was broken in their relationship before they head down the aisle a second time.

          Tips for Finding a Lost Friend or Relative

          Troy Dunn is a professional people finder who helps find missing parents, siblings and long-lost friends. He shares his top tips for conducting a search of your own.

          Internet Safety Resources

          The Internet is a playground for sexual predators. Learn how to protect your children with these Internet safety resources.

          Sibling Rivalry Quiz

          Do you have a distant relationship with your sibling? Did you used to be close, but over time you've gone your separate ways? Is this relationship causing stress in your life? Take this quiz to find out how much your sibling rivalry could be affecting all areas of your life.

          What Impression Do You Make?

          Are you aware of other people’s perceptions of you? Do you know what they may be saying when you walk away?

          Is Racism Part of Your Life?

          Is your circle of friends, family and coworkers as diverse as you think? Are stereotypes an active part in how you view other races? Take these tests to recognize whether racism, prejudice and ignorance play a part in your life.

          The Role of the Man in the Family

          Being successful as a husband and father goes much deeper than just being a good provider.

          Keeping the Peace in Your Extended Family

          Dr. Phil has advice for creating boundaries in your extended family and keeping the peace.

          Making Family Resolutions

          It's time to make a resolution to your family, and Dr. Phil gives you the tools to make it happen.

          Getting Over Sibling Rivalry

          If you think that sibling rivalry is just for kids, think again! Dr. Phil has advice for adults who want to get over the past and reconnect with their loved ones.

          Identify Your Parenting Style

          Dr. Phil offers the following test to help you identify your parenting style.

          How to Talk to Your Daughter about Sex

          Dr. Phil offers advice on how to have the "big talk" with your daughter.

          Bibliographical Resources

          Dr. Phil offers the following resources on spanking and parenting.

          The Five Factors for a Phenomenal Family

          You can create the family you've always dreamed about.

          The New Stepfamily

          The transition into a blended family can be a difficult one. Dr. Phil offers advice on the roles, rights, responsibilities and expectancies that each family member carries.

          Dating After Divorce

          What single parents need to know about how dating again can affect their children.

          Why Are You Still Single? 5 Mistakes You Could Be Making

          Are you single and sick of it? Is it the men … or could it be you?

          5 Types Of Guys You Should Run From (Fast!)

          When it comes to men, how can you avoid the bad apples? Watch out for these five types:

          Dr. Phil’s Message To Anyone Who Feels Stuck In An Abusive Relationship: Violence Is ‘Not An Option’

          Victims of domestic violence can sometimes be afraid to leave the situation, and at times, even blame themselves for the abuse. But, Dr. Phil says nobody should tolerate being stuck in an abusive relationship, especially if their partner won’t recognize the issue.

          Online Dating Red Flags: Warning Signs of a Catfish

          With more than 40 million men and women online looking for love, there are bound to be some scam artists out there. Look out for these early warning signs that your love interest may not be who they say they are.

          Online Dating Scams: How to Tell If You Are Being Baited by a Catfish

          It's easy for some of the smartest people to get duped by catfish scam artists -- online imposters who try to win your love. Look for these clues to tell i

          Common Excuses of Abusers and Their Victims

          Do you wonder if you're in an abusive relationship? Read the following excuses that abusers and their victims give.

          How to Spot Online Dating Scammers

          With more than 40 million men and women online looking for love, there are bound to be some scam artists out there. Here are some warning signs that con artists typically use when trying to lure in their next victim.

          The Five Biggest Dating Mistakes You Didn’t Even Know You Were Making

          You're ready to settle down, but dating isn't coming as easily to you as you thought. Dr. Phil reveals to those looking for "the one" the five biggest dating mistakes.

          How to Spot a Potential Abuser

          If you’re afraid that you or someone you love may be getting into an abusive situation, Dr. Phil gives some signs to look for.

          Quiz: Are You a Sitting Duck for a Bad Girl?

          Are you an unsuspecting sitting duck for a bad girl? Take the quiz and find out!

          How to Keep Boundaries with a “Work Spouse”?

          Work spouses are the on the rise and can provide significant benefits, but there is also a downside. Should you commit? What you should know before you say "I do" at work.

          Quiz: Are You in an Abusive Relationship?

          The National Domestic Violence Hotline has a quiz for indentifying abuse. Answer these questions to find out whether your relationship is unhealthy and could be dangerous.

          Will Your Man Cheat?

          What if you could find out if your man is at a higher risk for infidelity before you married him? Dr. Phil and his panel of medical experts discuss the new science behind a cheater’s brain and what can be done if your loved one is at a higher risk.

          Warning Signs of Future Mother-in-Law Problems

          In a recent poll, one quarter of divorced couples report that in-laws are “somewhat� responsible for their marriages ending, and the mothers-in-law get most of the blame. If you want to know ahead of time if you’ll have in-law issues, read Dr. Phil’s warning signs.

          Warning Signs You May Be Dating a Married Man

          Author and former mistress, Sarah Symonds, gives her tips for recognizing the signs that a man you’re dating may be married.

          Partner Awareness Quiz

          How well do you really know your partner?

          How Your Online Profile Could Sabotage Your Future

          If you have an online profile, such as MySpace or Facebook, be aware, what you publish on the Internet for the world to see could end up sabotaging your future.

          Seven Keys to Dating Etiquette

          Learn the Seven Keys to Dating Etiquette from the MindFindBind program Dr. Phil developed with Match.com.

          The Dos and Don’ts of Dating Online

          Millions of people are logging on to dating web sites each year and finding the love of their life. You may be hesitant to give it a try, but don't let your fears hold you back. Read these tips for creating your best dating profile and how to stay safe in cyber space.

          Who’s Dating Online?

          It's not just desperate people who are using the Internet to find "the one." Read the results of a recent survey of single men who are dating online.

          6 Ways To Affair-Proof Your Marriage

          There are no guarantees that you or your spouse will never cheat, but you can do your best to inoculate yourself against infidelity by plugging into your m

          Will Your Man Cheat?

          What if you could find out if your man is at a higher risk for infidelity before you married him? Dr. Phil and his panel of medical experts discuss the new science behind a cheater’s brain and what can be done if your loved one is at a higher risk.

          Warning Signs You May Be Dating a Married Man

          Author and former mistress, Sarah Symonds, gives her tips for recognizing the signs that a man you’re dating may be married.

          Seven Questions to Ask if Your Partner Has Been Unfaithful

          An engagement symbolizes a commitment you make to one special person. But Dr. Phil’s guests are accused of the ultimate betrayal: cheating on their spouse-to-be right before walking down the aisle.

          Tips to Keep You Away From a Con Man

          Candace Delong, former FBI Profiler and author, shares tips to keep you away from a con man.

          A Marriage Covenant

          Keep your marriage on track by writing your hopes, dreams and commitments with your partner.

          Strategies for Rebuilding a Marriage

          Strategies for moving past an affair and reconnecting with your partner.

          Quiz: Are You a Sex Addict?

          Sexual addiction hurts both the addict and the addict's loved ones. It tears apart families and destroys lives, striking at the core of relationships and human intimacy.

          Advice for Dating a Married Man

          If you're involved with a married man, Dr. Phil says it's time to re-evaluate your situation.

          Undivided Attention Exercise

          Imagine having your partner's undivided attention to tell them what you want and need. Use this exercise as a chance to do just that.

          Parental Legacy

          How do your parents affect your relationship with your partner? Answer these questions to discover what you learned from your childhood, and what you carry into your future.

          Relationship Lifestyle Profile

          Identify what it is in your lifestyle as a couple that is eliciting, maintaining, or allowing a bad relationship.

          The Five Tough Questions

          Just how dark are your feelings about your relationship, and just how negatively do you think about yourself and your partner?

          Relationship Problem Profile

          Identify the problem areas in your relationship.

          Relationship Rescue Retreat: Audience Q & A

          Dr. Phil takes questions and comments from the audience about his groundbreaking series, "Relationship Rescue Retreat."

          Relationship Rescue Retreat: Homework

          Try these assignments to give you insight into your relationship.

          Relationship Rescue Retreat: Q & A with Dr. Phil

          Dr. Phil answers the questions everyone wants to know about his groundbreaking series, "Relationship Rescue Retreat."

          Relationship Rescue: Project Status

          Putting your relationship on "project status" means that you are consciously going to work on improving your situation each and every day.

          Relationship Rescue: It Starts with You

          Reconnecting with your partner begins with getting real about you.

          Personal Concepts Profile

          Take this questionnaire to stimulate your thinking about your current relationship and how it has affected you.

          The 9 Biggest Myths About ‘Happy’ Couples

          Know what can chip away at a perfectly healthy, solid relationship? Believing myths about what other “happy” couples are or do.

          6 Signs Your Marriage Is Falling Apart – And How To Fix It

          Is your marriage at risk of falling apart? Take Dr. Phil’s “Marriage Inventory Quiz” — these are 6 signs that you or your spouse could be landing your marr

          5 Questions To Ask Before Tying The Knot

          Is getting married right for you? What should you consider before walking down the aisle? Ask yourself these questions:

          Hoarder’s Fiancé Gives Her Ultimatum: Your Junk Or Me

          Twelve years after getting divorced, Kelli and Richard are set to walk down the aisle again. But Richard has given his fiancé -- who's a self-declared hoarder -- an ultimatum: get rid of your junk or me.

          Common Excuses of Abusers and Their Victims

          Do you wonder if you're in an abusive relationship? Read the following excuses that abusers and their victims give.

          How to Spot a Potential Abuser

          If you’re afraid that you or someone you love may be getting into an abusive situation, Dr. Phil gives some signs to look for.

          Quiz: Are You a Bad Girl?

          Are you a bad girl? Take a quiz!

          How Jealous Are You?

          Is jealousy interfering in your relationship? Take this quiz to see if your jealousy is in check, or if it's likely to cause problems in your relationship.

          Quiz: Are You in an Abusive Relationship?

          The National Domestic Violence Hotline has a quiz for indentifying abuse. Answer these questions to find out whether your relationship is unhealthy and could be dangerous.

          The Five Biggest Mistakes that Threaten Relationships

          Dr. Edward Hallowell and his wife, Sue, reveal the five biggest mistakes couples make in relationships that lead to lack of communication and struggles

          Has Your Friendship Turned Toxic?

          If you have a friendship that has you thinking, this doesn’t feel as good as it once did, take a moment to reflect on why. Has it turned toxic?

          Controller Quiz

          There are five types of controlling people. Take this quiz to find out what type of controller you — or someone you know — may be and how best to deal with the behavior.

          How to Change Your Relationship with a Liar

          Dr. Phil offers steps to take to change your relationship with a dishonest person.

          Are You Being Abused?

          Are you being abused? Know the warning signs.

          Deal Making: How to Play the Game

          Do you hate to negotiate? Learn the tips on making the best deal.

          The Newlywed Quiz

          If you wonder if you really know your spouse, take this quiz together. These are basic questions that you should know.

          Breaking Negative Patterns in Relationships

          Dr. Phil says that you can't change what you don't acknowledge. Is your marriage in the ditch, and you're not sure how to get it back on track? Is your union fraught with character assassination, lying, fault-finding and unforgiveness? Dr. Phil offers tools to help break negative patterns and breathe new life into your relationship.

          Bishop T.D. Jakes’ Five Components to Decision-Making

          Haw many times have you realized you made the wrong decision, but it was too late? In his new book, Before You Do: Making Great Decisions You Won't Regret, Bishop T.D. Jakes, says there are five crucial components to making smart decisions that won't lead to a lifelong regret.

          Seven Keys to Dating Etiquette

          Learn the Seven Keys to Dating Etiquette from the MindFindBind program Dr. Phil developed with Match.com.

          9 Tips For Bringing Passion Back Into Your Relationship

          Whether you’ve been married for decades or are in a new relationship, Dr. Phil’s tips can help you spice things up in the bedroom … or somewhere else!

          Sex Survey

          Dr. John Chirban, Ph.D, Th.D, a Clinical Instructor of Psychology at Harvard Medical School and a member of the Dr. Phil Advisory Board, is currently conducting a study to find out how people learned about sex growing up.

          Where’s the Foreplay?

          Learn why men and women are so different when it comes to sex and orgasms.

          Sexual Styles that Don’t Match

          Just when he's ready to get hot and heavy ... all she can think about is getting some sleep. Find out how to get your sex life in sync.

          Tips to Avoid Falling Victim to a Pervert

          Bob, a reformed voyeur and exhibitionist, shares tips to keep you out of the eye of Peeping Toms and flashers.

          Is Your Child Being Groomed by a Predator?

          The FBI estimates that there is one child molester per square mile in the United States. Could that predator be in your home? Could it be your husband, your father, or your trusted friend? Is your child being groomed by a pedophile? Don't miss Dr. Phil's warning signs.

          The Female Orgasm

          Ninety percent of orgasm problems appear to be psychological in nature.

          Sexless Statistics

          What the latest research says about how often Americans are having — and not having — sex.

          What Do Women Want?

          What really satisfies a woman? And why is sex such a big deal to them?

          Are Childhood Sexual Games Abuse?

          An anonymous caller asks Dr. Phil: "When do childhood sex games with your siblings become incest?"

          Sexless Marriages

          Are you or your partner just not "in the mood" for sex on a regular basis? Sexless marriages are an undeniable epidemic, says Dr. Phil.

          Is Homosexuality a Learned Behavior?

          Dr. Phil speaks to a mom who is wondering if her daughter is simply rebelling by having a relationship with a woman. Is this behavior learned?

          Your Troubled Sex Life

          It's no secret: Sex is important in a relationship. So when it's on the decline, what should you do?

          5 Questions You Need To Ask Before You Decide To Divorce

          Before you break your wedding vows and decide to be part of that statistic, Dr. Phil suggests you answer these five questions, which he calls his “Divorce

          Before Separating from an Abusive Partner and Seeking Custody

          Civil and family attorney Areva Martin and the National Network to End Domestic Violence recommend the following tips for improving your chances of gaining custody after leaving an abusive relationship.

          Divorce Don’ts While Online

          Did you know that what you post online can be used against you in court, especially in a divorce?

          Emotions to Expect when Going Through Divorce

          In his book, Real Life: Surviving the 7 Most Challenging Days of Your Life, Dr. Phil explains the variety of emotions you can expect to face while going through a divorce.

          Healing a Broken Heart

          Have you been dumped, betrayed or left so heartbroken that you didn't ever want to love again? How do you finally let go and move on?

          Traveling Hopefully: Q & A With Libby Gill

          Libby Gill answers some questions about her book, Traveling Hopefully: How to Lose Your Family Baggage and Jumpstart Your Life. Learn the keys to moving forward to a life you want.

          Traveling Hopefully: An Excerpt

          Read an excerpt from success strategist and executive coach Libby Gill's new book, Traveling Hopefully: How to Lose Your Family Baggage and Jumpstart Your Life.

          Life after Divorce

          If you suddenly found yourself single, would you be prepared? Dr. Phil offers advice for starting over.

          The New Stepfamily

          The transition into a blended family can be a difficult one. Dr. Phil offers advice on the roles, rights, responsibilities and expectancies that each family member carries.

          Undivided Attention Exercise

          Imagine having your partner's undivided attention to tell them what you want and need. Use this exercise as a chance to do just that.

          Relationship Lifestyle Profile

          Identify what it is in your lifestyle as a couple that is eliciting, maintaining, or allowing a bad relationship.

          The Five Tough Questions

          Just how dark are your feelings about your relationship, and just how negatively do you think about yourself and your partner?

          Relationship Problem Profile

          Identify the problem areas in your relationship.

          Relationship Rescue Retreat: Audience Q & A

          Dr. Phil takes questions and comments from the audience about his groundbreaking series, "Relationship Rescue Retreat."

          Relationship Rescue Retreat: Q & A with Dr. Phil

          Dr. Phil answers the questions everyone wants to know about his groundbreaking series, "Relationship Rescue Retreat."

          Relationship Rescue: Project Status

          Putting your relationship on "project status" means that you are consciously going to work on improving your situation each and every day.

          Relationship Rescue: It Starts with You

          Reconnecting with your partner begins with getting real about you.

          Personal Concepts Profile

          Take this questionnaire to stimulate your thinking about your current relationship and how it has affected you.

          Relationship Behavior Profile

          These questions will help organize and guide your thinking about why you feel the way you do about your partner.

          Building Your Personal Profile

          If you're not happy in your relationship, your needs are not being met. Take this exercise in self-discovery to understand what your needs are so you can make them known to your partner.

          Test of Congruency

          Stop mindlessly living your life the way you were programmed. Find out how.

          Defining Your Authentic Self

          If you're ready to get real with yourself, this is the place to start.

          Quiz: Are You a Sitting Duck for a Bad Girl?

          Are you an unsuspecting sitting duck for a bad girl? Take the quiz and find out!

          A Self-Esteem Quiz

          Before you start the work to improve your self-esteem, ask yourself these questions.

          Discover Your Life Chain

          This exercise will help you find out if you unconsciously inherited your beliefs.

          Self Matters Action Plan

          Find out how to change your internal dialogue and gain more confidence.

          The Authenticity Litmus Test

          How do your false beliefs affect your authentic self? Take this quiz and find out.

          Are You Living To Your Labels?

          Are the labels that you apply to yourself limiting you? Find out what danger signs you should look for.

          Protecting Yourself From Sabotage

          Now that you're making progress, people may try to disrupt your efforts.

          How to Let Go of Love

          Have you been dumped, betrayed or left so heartbroken that you didn't ever want to love again? How do you finally let go and move on?

          How to Get Emotional Closure

          To get emotional closure, you need to satisfy your need for resolution. Find the action you need to take to "close the book" on your situation and its associated pain.

          Litmus Logic Test

          Are you telling yourself the truth?

          Are You Ready?

          Find out if you're ready to begin living by design.

          Muhammad Ali’s Daughter on Her Crime

          One of Muhammad Ali's daughters was accused of a crime. Now she wants advice from Dr. Phil.

          Finding Peace Within

          Tired of feeling let down and hurt, Kami didn't want to be a part of her father's life anymore. Now, she's changed her mind and wants Dr. Phil's help.

          Defining Your Internal Factors

          Learn about the labeling, tapes and fixed beliefs that you create.

          Managing Your Anger

          Do you lose your temper at even the slightest things? Dr. Phil has advice on keeping your cool.

          Parenting and Self-Fulfillment

          Dr. Phil answers a question posed to him by many single moms. How do you balance being a parent while also finding fulfillment as a single professional?

          Happiness: A Right or a Privilege?

          Jay Leno has a question for Dr. Phil: Is happiness a right or a priviledge?

          Defining Your Authentic Self

          If you're ready to get real with yourself, this is the place to start.

          A Self-Esteem Quiz

          Before you start the work to improve your self-esteem, ask yourself these questions.

          Are You Living To Your Labels?

          Are the labels that you apply to yourself limiting you? Find out what danger signs you should look for.

          How Do You Label Yourself?

          Whether you're aware of it or not, the labels you place on yourself influence your life.

          Internal vs. External Factors

          Find out how these influences help shape who you are.

          What Is Your Life Script?

          Our scripts define the roles we play. What part are you playing?

          What Is Your Personal Truth?

          What do you really say about yourself when no one is watching? Is your personal truth distorted?

          Defining Your External Factors

          Identify the events, choices and people who have impacted you the most.

          Test of Congruency

          Stop mindlessly living your life the way you were programmed. Find out how.

          Defining Your Authentic Self

          If you're ready to get real with yourself, this is the place to start.

          A Self-Esteem Quiz

          Before you start the work to improve your self-esteem, ask yourself these questions.

          Discover Your Life Chain

          This exercise will help you find out if you unconsciously inherited your beliefs.

          Self Matters Action Plan

          Find out how to change your internal dialogue and gain more confidence.

          The Authenticity Litmus Test

          How do your false beliefs affect your authentic self? Take this quiz and find out.

          Are You Living To Your Labels?

          Are the labels that you apply to yourself limiting you? Find out what danger signs you should look for.

          Are You Ready?

          Find out if you're ready to begin living by design.

          Muhammad Ali’s Daughter on Her Crime

          One of Muhammad Ali's daughters was accused of a crime. Now she wants advice from Dr. Phil.

          Finding Peace Within

          Tired of feeling let down and hurt, Kami didn't want to be a part of her father's life anymore. Now, she's changed her mind and wants Dr. Phil's help.

          Defining Your Internal Factors

          Learn about the labeling, tapes and fixed beliefs that you create.

          Managing Your Anger

          Do you lose your temper at even the slightest things? Dr. Phil has advice on keeping your cool.

          Parenting and Self-Fulfillment

          Dr. Phil answers a question posed to him by many single moms. How do you balance being a parent while also finding fulfillment as a single professional?

          Happiness: A Right or a Privilege?

          Jay Leno has a question for Dr. Phil: Is happiness a right or a priviledge?

          How Do You Label Yourself?

          Whether you're aware of it or not, the labels you place on yourself influence your life.

          Internal vs. External Factors

          Find out how these influences help shape who you are.

          What Is Your Life Script?

          Our scripts define the roles we play. What part are you playing?

          What Is Your Personal Truth?

          What do you really say about yourself when no one is watching? Is your personal truth distorted?

          Defining Your External Factors

          Identify the events, choices and people who have impacted you the most.

          Foods That May Make You Hungry

          Did you know there are foods (probably many of which you eat on a regular basis) that can actually make you feel hungrier and experience more cravings? In his new book, The 20/20 Diet: Turn Your Weight Loss Vision into Reality>/i>, Dr. Phil highlights some common foods that may make you hungry. Beware these potential hunger-inducing food traps!

          Rebellion Triggers: 7 Reasons Why People Fail to Lose Weight

          Find out seven of the most common reasons why people say their diets have failed, and how The 20/20 Diet can help you overcome them.

          Enjoying the Holidays Without Gaining Weight

          Dr. Phil offers advice for getting through the holidays and losing weight, without feeling deprived.

          Dr. Mike’s Hunger/Fullness Meter

          Dr. Mike Moreno, creator of the 17 Day Diet, gives you the tools to determine how hunger or full you really are.

          Family Strategies for Coping with an Eating Disorder

          Dr. Phil offers tips for coping with a family member who has an eating disorder.

          Top Three Ways You’re Making Your Child Obese

          If your kids are tipping the scales, don't miss the top three ways that you may be contributing to their weight gain.

          At-Home Fitness with Robert Reames

          Renowned trainer and nutritionist Robert Reames has tips on how you can work out right in your own home!

          Ten Warning Signs Your Child Could Be Overweight

          Do you suspect your child could be on the road to obesity? Heed the following warning signs.

          Choosing a Plastic Surgeon

          If you are considering cosmetic or plastic surgery, do not overlook the importance of choosing the right physician.

          Are You Weight Loss Resistant?

          Use the following profile to determine if there are underlying reasons for your inability to shed pounds.

          How to Raise Your Daughter’s Self-Esteem

          Could you unknowingly be damaging your daughter's self-esteem? Dr. Phil has tips to make her feel better about herself.

          Food and Diet Obsession

          Consumed with thoughts of food? The possible roots of your obsession may surprise you.

          Consequences of Eating Disorders

          There are numerous related health problems associated with eating disorders.

          Staying Motivated and Avoiding Danger Zones

          How to stay on track in spite of temptation.

          Your Internal Feelings about Food and Weight

          Discover what your overeating is really about.

          Weight Loss FAQ

          Dr. Phil answers the 10 most frequently asked questions about weight.

          Saying No to Your Child’s Overeating

          Why it's important to put parental responsibility above the desire to give children what they want.

          When Losing Weight Causes Anxiety

          Losing a lot of weight may make you feel great, but it can also cause anxiety.

          Five Biggest Myths About Obese People

          Dr. Phil uncovers the five biggest myths concerning overweight people.

          The Rapid Start Plan

          Use the Rapid Start Plan to start losing weight and learn to eat and enjoy healthier foods.

          Top Three Ways You’re Making Your Child Obese

          If your kids are tipping the scales, don't miss the top three ways that you may be contributing to their weight gain.

          Ten Warning Signs Your Child Could Be Overweight

          Do you suspect your child could be on the road to obesity? Heed the following warning signs.

          Your Internal Feelings about Food and Weight

          Discover what your overeating is really about.

          Hit a Weight Loss Plateau? Strength Train!

          If you're frustrated that the last 10 pounds you need to lose just won't come off, Robert Reames, fitness trainer and nutritionist, can help.

          The 7 Keys to Weight Loss Freedom

          Learn Dr. Phil's 7 keys to weight loss freedom to help you reach your weight loss goals and live the healthy life you deserve.

          Stop Choosing to Be Overweight

          Dr. Phil spells out the most common weight loss pitfalls.

          Five Steps to Your Weight Loss Goal

          Be proactive by setting goals and making plans for their attainment.

          Is Your Lifestyle Making You Fat?

          Are you living an unhealthy lifestyle? See if you're setting yourself up to be overweight.

          Family Strategies for Coping with an Eating Disorder

          Dr. Phil offers tips for coping with a family member who has an eating disorder.

          Top Three Ways You’re Making Your Child Obese

          If your kids are tipping the scales, don't miss the top three ways that you may be contributing to their weight gain.

          Ten Warning Signs Your Child Could Be Overweight

          Do you suspect your child could be on the road to obesity? Heed the following warning signs.

          Consequences of Eating Disorders

          There are numerous related health problems associated with eating disorders.

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