To help her out,
To see if she has a no-fail environment, he takes a look inside her refrigerator. He finds plenty of food that Sarah shouldn't have in the house, but she says her roommate is to blame!
After doing some of the exercises in Self Matters, Sarah realized that she's not expecting enough of herself. In tears, she explains, "I would never expect so little of my friends as I do of myself ... I realized how often in my life I've felt alone, how often I've needed to be my best friend and I wasn't there for myself."
Dr. Phil emphasizes why diets don't work. "I told all of you guys at the beginning that this would not be worth the journey if when you reached your goal, you didn't feel worthy of stepping up and claiming it," he says. "You have to change who you are and step up and own it and claim it. Is that what you're telling me you're beginning to figure out?"
"Yeah, absolutely," Sarah responds.
"It absolutely hit, the second he showed up, because I knew how busy he was," she says about
Dr. Phil asks Thomas, "What do you want for her?"
"The message I think I want Sarah to come away from here with, is that people believe in her, but she needs to believe in herself," Thomas answers.
He asks her, "Are you beginning to believe what I'm telling you? You might as well start loving yourself and doing what you've got to do because I will haunt you. So why don't you just join me! We're going to keep you surrounded, and I want to see less of you next time."