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          "Act Your Age!"

          July 06, 2005

          From a mom who won’t stop partying to a 20-year-old man who’s obsessed with stuffed animals, Dr. Phil has advice for people who need to start acting their age!


          Mom Won’t Grow Up
          Kylie says her 44-year-old mom, Kimberly, dresses way too young, drinks way too much and would rather be partying in Vegas than be a mom.


          “I’m not going to sit home and crochet.”

           



          Overexposed
          Tracy’s only 17, but she’s posting provocative pictures of herself on her Web site. Her mom, Kelly, worries that she is going too far to follow her Hollywood dreams.

           


          “Your body is the product,” Tracy explains.

           

          Update: Has Tracy changed her thinking?

           



          Stuck on Stuffed Animals
          Is it normal for a 20-year-old man to play with Care Bears or a 26-year-old woman to sleep with a stuffed moose?


           


          See what Dr. Phil says.

           

           
           

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