The conclusion of Dr. Phil’s podcast “Devious Dr.: The Life And Lies Of Dr. Martin Macneill, Mystery and Murder: Analysis By Dr. Phil” drops Thursday.
A 19-year-old who makes money giving strangers topless massages insists her clients are respectful and that she is not in any danger. She, along with her two roommates, reveal what a day in their life is like.
A mother who says she kicked her daughter out of the house after the teen stole money from her claims the girl’s former boyfriend is both abusive and a bad influence. Her daughter says kicking her out was an overreaction.
: A mother claims her teenage daughter’s life is spiraling out of control. The teen says she resents her mother and claims that mom has always cared more about the men she dates than she has about her.
: An 18-year-old says that after her mother kicked her out, she wound up sleeping in her car, and that the only person she could rely on for protection was her former boyfriend. The mother says she and her daughter have had problems for years.
The mother of a teenager who was injured after exiting her former boyfriend’s car says she does not believe it was an accident. The teenager and her former boyfriend insist he isn’t to blame.
A teenager whose mother kicked her out for stealing says she doesn’t feel like she is wanted in the home mom shares with a boyfriend and his two kids. Mom’s boyfriend says he doesn’t trust her and admits he doesn’t want her to move back in.
A 28-year-old who says she’s been drinking alcohol and using drugs for 10 years agrees to enter treatment. See what happens after the taping when she meets with a nurse from the facility.
Dr. Phil shares what you can do to ensure the best night’s sleep possible to keep your mental and physical health in top shape. Also, advice for how to help kids feel safe and secure during this time of uncertainty – next “Phil in the Blanks” podcast.
A 28-year-old says drugs and alcohol are her life. Hear how she says she gets money for drugs. And, hear how she claims her father has influenced her drug use.