Dr. Phil speaks with guests who say they can't take it anymore, and something has to change! 


House of Chaos
Rob and Kara have seven children, including 5-year-old twins. One of the twins was diagnosed with a rare hearing disorder, and they say his screaming and other bad behaviors rules the household. While providing for their son's special needs, the couple feels they've missed out on time with their other kids. Dr. Phil drills down on the main mistake this family is making.

"It's gotten to the point where we all started yelling." 


Marriage at a Breaking Point
Rob and Kara say they wanted a big family but had no idea how seven kids, including one with a disability, would affect their marriage. They say the communication has ended " except for arguing " and they live basically as roommates.


Can this couple learn to reconnect? 


What's Really Important
Inside Edition's chief correspondent Jim Moret had it all: the L.A. lifestyle, the big house, the fancy cars and the beautiful family. He's been asking the hard questions on TV for years but never expected to turn the tables on himself. He speaks with Dr. Phil about his book, The Last Day of My Life, and the pivotal moment when he hit rock bottom before realizing what really matters most in life.


"I could go over the edge. It'll look like an accident." 



Your Last Day
What would you do if you only had 24 hours left to live? Dr. Phil viewers responded. Kate from Maryland says she would spend it helping those in need at a soup kitchen. Cindy from California says she'd spend it with her dog, while Marilyn in Ohio would be with her children. Megan joins the show via telephone. She says she's already living exactly how she would if she only had one more day. 

Honoring her father and raising awareness. 


What would you do if you only had 24 hours left to live? Join the discussion on Facebook!

Extra Content

  • The Last Day of My Life
    by Jim Moret
  • To follow Megan on her journey through 50 states or help her collect funds for brain aneurysm research, please visit: ALittleMoreToLife.com.
  • If a friend or loved one is talking about or planning to take his or her life, reach out for help now. Call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at (800) 273-TALK (8255).

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