“One theory of depression is anger turned inward,” says Dr. Phil in Today’s Takeaway. “The next thing you know, what seems outlandish starts to seem like a new normal.”
A woman who says she told her mother she wanted to hire a hitman to kill her says her mother thought she was joking. She says she hopes Dr. Phil can help.
A woman who claims she has “violent urges” toward her family says she’s afraid of their judgment, wants to change, “and not be a bad person.”
A woman who moved across the country without telling her family says she has thought about harming them and is afraid she may act on those urges. Unaware of their daughter’s unsettling thoughts, her parents say they just want to know what’s going on.
Feeding America, the nation’s leading hunger-relief organization, is providing emergency food boxes, drive-thru pantries, and long-term support during the COVID-19 pandemic.
A woman says that she has tried everything she can think of to stop her mother from being scammed, but says her mother, who she claims is now “completely destitute,” keeps going back for more.
A woman who says her mother has been left destitute after being swindled out of her retirement savings by online scammers describes what happened when she catfished one of her mother’s catfish.
A woman who says she has either dated or been engaged to at least four online loves admits to sending money to each of them. Her sister and daughter claim she’s been left destitute by a string of fictional fiancés.
A woman admits she has been scammed before but insists her current and previous beaus – men she has never met in person – are real. Dr. Phil breaks down her digital relationship history and the amounts of money she’s sent to each of her online loves.