A 22-year-old aspiring rapper says because he was spoiled as a child, he has become lazy. He says he deals with his problems by drinking and smoking pot. Dr. Phil tells him why his behavior will hinder his success.
A man says his sister has spoiled her son since he was a child, and now, the 22-year-old is “more entitled than just about anybody” he’s seen in his life. Hear what happened when he tried to help his nephew.
A 22-year-old aspiring rapper says he wants to be in the entertainment industry but also admits he drinks, smokes weed, and is lazy and manipulative.
A woman admits she’s spoiled her son while he was growing up. Now, she says he’s wasting his talent as a rapper because he drinks and smokes pot.
A woman and her daughter say her 30-year-old son used to be a successful computer science engineer, but now, he looks emaciated, rarely sleeps, showers infrequently and wears the same clothes day after day.
A 30-year-old who used to be a successful computer science engineer says he has no motivation to do anything, including work, change his clothes or sleep in his bed.
A young man says he has no motivation to do things. Dr. Phil reviews the way the 30-year-old speaks to himself and how that is contributing to his behavior.
Dr. Phil introduces his 30-year-old guest to Life Coach Mike Bayer to help him reinvent his life. Will the young man agree to step one? Or, will his mom hinder his decision?
Dr. Phil explains why it’s important to get a person back in the game before figuring out why their life went off track.
A woman who admits she has a shopping addiction says she gets a feeling of “accomplishment” from buying things. Dr. Phil says, “You’re trying to heal an internal problem with external stuff.”