Monday January 10, 2022


“My Spoiled Daughter Falsely Accused Me of Sexual Abuse”

Larry and his wife, Marsha, say a few years ago, Larry’s 32-year-old daughter, Taylor, accused Larry of sexually abusing her as a child -- an accusation Larry vehemently denies. Taylor claims she experienced these flashbacks as an adult after seeking therapy for depression and anxiety. Larry and Marsha also say they wonder how Taylor went from a straight-A student, beauty pageant queen, and professional dancer to living at home with her mom, Larry’s ex-wife, Jan. Jan claims Taylor’s problems began when she went to Hollywood at 18 to chase her dream of being a professional dancer, but then spiraled down due to having an eating disorder and depression. Jan says she’s not certain if Taylor was abused by Larry but is convinced Taylor is trauma-ridden. Taylor says she is desperate to move forward with her life but feels lost on how to find her way because she has no passion or purpose.

See what happens on part 2, What’s Behind Taylor’s Alleged Flashbacks?

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Tuesday January 11, 2022


What’s Behind Taylor’s Alleged Flashbacks?

Dr. Phil continues his conversation with Taylor and her mother, Jan, who both agree that Taylor is suffering from trauma. Hear why Dr. Phil questions if mother and daughter may have a dysfunctional relationship, which could be preventing Taylor from healing. Taylor, who accuses her father, Larry, of sexually abusing her – which he vehemently denies – shares what she claims to remember from her flashbacks. And, Larry insisted on taking a polygraph to prove his innocence. See what the results reveal.

Get caught up on part 1, “My Spoiled Daughter Falsely Accused Me of Sexual Abuse”.

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Wednesday January 12, 2022


Parenting Dilemma; Good Cop Dad vs. Bad Cop Mom

Shelly and Oggie say they couldn’t be more different in their parenting styles. Shelly says she’s tired of being the “bad cop” while Oggie gets to play the fun, “good cop.” Shelly says her husband is always giving in to their 6-year-old daughter, Madisyn, because he hates any type of confrontation. But Shelly says enough is enough! They both agree their daughter is running the house -- but is it too late for this family to take back control?

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Thursday January 13, 2022


“From Honor Roll to Wannabe Gangster”

Abby says her 17-year-old son, Aidan, used to be a straight-A student who was talented with sports and cooking. But she says Aidan has now turned into a stealing, violent, wannabe gangster. She says the teen’s behavior is so out of control that he has physically pushed her and has broken down their front door. Abby claims she doesn’t understand where Aidan’s anger issues stem from but wonders if it has to do with his father’s death. Aidan’s sister Kaleigh says she used to be a bad teen and acted out similarly to Aidan, and claims their mother sends them away when she doesn’t want to deal with the problem. Aidan says he knows he is going down a bad path but doesn’t know how to control his anger. He says growing up in his house was always chaotic, and his mom is too strict with her parenting. Abby says she is a licensed counselor for troubled teens and doesn’t understand how she can help others but not her own son.

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Friday January 14, 2022


"My Sisters Are Wrong. I Am Not A Drug Addict."

Caitlin claims her sister Rebecca is in complete denial that she has a drug addiction, alleging that she “doctor shops” to obtain different prescription medications. Rebecca denies these claims, saying doctors have prescribed all her medication, she isn’t an addict, and she doesn’t understand why her family is worried and brought her to speak to Dr. Phil. Caitlin also claims Rebecca has lost custody of her special needs daughter, has been to jail, and has lost several friends and her fiancé due to drug use. Rebecca’s older sister, Jennifer, claims Rebecca doesn’t have a job, lives in her van, and has stolen thousands of dollars from their sick mother. Their mother, Cathy, says she has enabled Rebecca but feels she has to in order to take care of her granddaughter. Cathy says Rebecca uses the excuse that she is grieving over the losses in her life instead of getting her life together.

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