A woman admits that when it comes to alcohol, she will drink anything to “catch a buzz.” She says she’s tired of living this way but just can’t seem to quit.
A woman who admits that her willingness to drink everything from hand sanitizer to bug repellent has left her comatose and fighting for her life over a dozen times.
A woman who admits to drinking hand sanitizer and cleaning supplies just to “catch a buzz” says she developed an eating disorder as a child and later turned to drinking and drug use as a band-aid for a “lifetime of hurt.”
A woman with a history of substance abuse says she’s tired of living this way but just can’t seem to quit. Dr. Phil explains why he felt he needed “leverage” to get her to commit to going into treatment.
The granddaughter of the leader of a religious sect describes what she says was her experience in the group.
A woman says that when she was 13, she knew she had to save herself from the religious sect she was living in. Hear what happened when she called Child Protective Services.
A woman says she and her family joined the Zion Society when she was 11. She claims she was separated from her family and forced to have sex with the leader.
Women claim they were sexually abused while growing up in a religious sect. A granddaughter of the leader of the group claims she was encouraged to play a game called Rape in the Dark.
Five women who claim they were sexually abused growing up in the Zion Society reunite with the former detective whom they credit with taking down the religious sect. Plus, hear from a former prosecutor who worked on the case.
International civil rights activist and organizer Nupol Kiazolu discusses the difference between racism and prejudice, how to step up as an ally, why it is so important to use your voice to speak for change, and more!