If you’re ready to transform your life, Dr. Phil’s tell-it-like-it-is advice can help you get started on a path to generating what you truly want.
Can a marriage survive infidelity? Dr. Phil says it all depends on how you negotiate to move forward.
There are no guarantees that you or your spouse will never cheat, but you can do your best to inoculate yourself against infidelity.
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 cheaterâ€™s brain and what can be done if your loved one is at a higher risk.
Author and former mistress, Sarah Symonds, gives her tips for recognizing the signs that a man you're dating may be married.
Dr. Phil has seven questions to ask to determine if your cheating partner deserves a second chance.
Candace Delong, former FBI Profiler and author, shares tips to keep you away from a con man.
Keep your marriage on track by writing your hopes, dreams and commitments with your partner.
Strategies for moving past an affair and reconnecting with your partner.
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.
If you're involved with a married man, Dr. Phil says it's time to re-evaluate your situation.
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.
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.
Identify what it is in your lifestyle as a couple that is eliciting, maintaining, or allowing a bad relationship.
Just how dark are your feelings about your relationship, and just how negatively do you think about yourself and your partner?
Identify the problem areas in your relationship.
Dr. Phil takes questions and comments from the audience about his groundbreaking series, "Relationship Rescue Retreat."
Try these assignments to give you insight into your relationship.
Dr. Phil answers the questions everyone wants to know about his groundbreaking series, "Relationship Rescue Retreat."
Putting your relationship on "project status" means that you are consciously going to work on improving your situation each and every day.
Reconnecting with your partner begins with getting real about you.
Take this questionnaire to stimulate your thinking about your current relationship and how it has affected you.
These questions will help organize and guide your thinking about why you feel the way you do about your partner.
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.
If you have repeatedly cheated, or are the partner of a cheater and can't seem to forgive or break off the unhealthy relationship, Dr. Phil has advice.
If deception, infidelity, or other deal-breaking behaviors are threatening your relationship, Dr. Phil has advice.
How do you reconcile sadness and anger when a cheating partner dies?
If you've strayed from your partner — or been the other lover — you know that dealing with the emotional aftermath of an affair isn't easy.
He's so afraid his wife will cheat that his cards to her practically read: "Happy Birthday ... Don't cheat on me." She can't take it anymore. Dr. Phil steps in.
"My boyfriend is a big flirt, but he calls himself a charmer," says Katherine, 28, who's been dating Jason for two years. She asks Dr. Phil how she can make him stop â€” or at least see how hurt she is.
Internet pornography is a growing trend that has many people worried about their relationships.
Does your boyfriend or husband seem to have one too many "boys' nights out?" Do you wonder what goes on when he's out with "the guys?" Does it bother you?
Have you or your partner strayed from your marriage? Dr. Phil gets real on infidelity.