Canda and Annette have never met, but they know a lot about one another. That's because each woman claims the other has been cyberstalking her for the past three years. Dr. Phil brings the women face-to-face for the first time in search of answers. Who's stalking who?

Plus, Jeannie says menopause has taken over her life!  Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall, Chief Medical Officer of Pfizer (, offers advice for dealing with "the big change."

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Who's Stalking Who?

Canda says since 2011, she has been cyberstalked and bullied by Annette, who she has never even met. She says Annette is obsessed with her and is using the Internet as a tool to embarrass and humiliate her — even going so far as to publicize her criminal record. Canda says the only link she has to Annette is a man — Annette's ex-boyfriend, whom Canda dated back in high school. She says Annette wrongly accused her of having an affair with him and became very jealous.

However, Annette claims Canda is the one stalking and harassing her, sending her as many as 6,000 emails in a single day. She also claims Canda has stolen her identity and used it to plaster things all over the Internet, as well as contact her friends and family. Annette says keeping track of Canda's antics has become a full-time job, and Canda needs to be stopped.

"Why do you care? You're not in a romantic relationship with this man."

Sparks fly between Canda and Annette.
"You write about my criminal record, but what you're doing is criminal."

The man in the middle weighs in via phone. Why does he side with Annette?

Tune in for Dr. Phil's advice to Canda and Annette. Can he help broker a truce?

Managing Menopause

Jeannie says she's living in menopause hell! She says her symptoms run the gamut: Hot flashes, mood swings, forgetfulness, restlessness, weight gain and low sex drive. Jeannie says all of this has taken a toll on her — and on her newlywed marriage to her husband, Joe.

Pfizer's Dr. Freda Lewis-Hall discusses the symptoms of menopause and separates fact from fiction.

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