Laurie says her 23-year-old son, Dillon, was a sweet, loving child, but as a teen, she claims he split into multiple personalities, including twin boys, a cat named “Felix” who speaks with an Australian accent, and “Adam,” who she says is scary and prone to violent outbursts. Laurie claims Dillon suffers from schizophrenia, PTSD, OCD, ADHD and bipolar disorder. But not everyone in the family believes Dillon has multiple personalities.
Laurie’s sister Danielle says she’s convinced Dillon is faking his disorder and claims he is really a “moocher” who has been manipulating Laurie to get what he wants and avoid working.
Dillon denies Danielle’s claims and says she just doesn’t understand his disorders and difficulties.
Does Dillon really have multiple personality disorder? And, how might Laurie be contributing to Dillon’s behavior? Dr. Phil helps get to the truth so this family can start healing. Don’t miss this compelling Dr. Phil
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