A woman who was abducted, raped and tortured by a 38-year-old man when she was 13 shares about how she was finally rescued. Plus, a former FBI profiler shares one of the most important things parents can do for their children.
Attorney, activist, and founder of Girls Who Code and the Marshall Plan for Moms, Reshma Saujani joins Dr. Phil on the next “Phil in the Blanks” podcast to discuss what she says it will take to create lasting change to empower working women.
Dr. Phil tells parents and their adult daughter why their family dynamic is dysfunctional, and what they each must do so the daughter can learn to live and function on her own.
The oldest female competitive bodybuilder in the world is 85. Her advice to others is to find an exercise that they like and stick to it.
Sisters say their stepmother is “completely glued” to their father’s side, keeping him from them. Dr. Phil has a message for the stepmother.
In season 3, Dr. Phil advised the parents of a “picky eater” to be patient, continue introducing new foods – and pick their battles. Did the toddler outgrow her fussy eating habits?
Dr. James Kimmel Jr., lecturer in psychiatry at the Yale School of Medicine who researches violence prevention, motive, and revenge cravings, joins the “Phil in the Blanks” podcast to discuss how science may prevent school shootings.
Dr. Phil sent fraternal twin sisters on a double date with identical twin brothers. Did they hit it off?
Tara Bosch, founder of SmartSweets, shares how she used manifestation and daily affirmations to unlock her greatest opportunities and how she created a nine-figure business.