December 04, 2008
Dr. Phil continues his intense retreat with 14 people who say they’re ready to change their lives. Struggling with issues such as addiction, anger, abuse and grief, guests confront their personal demons once and for all.
Catch up on what you missed in Part 3.
“I believe that every one of us has a personal truth; something we believe about ourselves,” Dr. Phil says. “We all live to our personal truth. You will generate the results in your life that you believe you deserve. If your personal truth is damaged, you’ve got to change it. Let me tell you, your history is nothing to be ashamed of; it is just something to walk out of. You make a choice. This is the place to make that choice.”
Jessica R. thinks her problems are trivial compared to the rest of the group. Dr. Phil plays a shocking home video that shows otherwise.
Dr. Phil walks the group through an exercise that examines their feelings about their parents.
A Child in Charge
Kathleen shares painful stories from her childhood that imprison her with feelings of pain and guilt.
Angie struggles with taking care of herself and being there for her family.
Waiting for an Apology
Carina struggles to find forgiveness for her stepfather and is still waiting for him to reach out to her.
Dr. Phil explains that because of what the guests believe about themselves, they are living the lives they believe they deserve.
To get real in your own life, complete the same assignments Dr. Phil gives his guests in this retreat: