“Once you’re in the crosshairs of the criminal justice system, it is very hard to emerge unscathed,” says Justin Paperny, federal prison consultant and ethics speaker.
Paperny, who spent time in prison and now prepares others for their time behind bars, visits with Dr. Phil on this week’s Phil in the Blanks
podcast to discuss the infamous college admissions cheating scandal involving celebrities and wealthy parents. Watch a preview in the video above, and tune in Tuesday, when Paperny, author of Lessons From Prison and Ethics in Motion
, reveals what he believes is the motivation that caused these parents to cheat – and why he believes the defendants in the headline-making scandal are going to prison.
This episode of Phil in the Blanks
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Now, the 20-year-old, who says she suffers from anxiety and PTSD, admits to self-medicating with alcohol. Reina says she has “zero motivation,” has dropped out of college and lives off of the insurance settlement payments
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, she discusses her current situation. And, Dr. Phil reads a letter he asked Reina to write about the story she will tell herself if she doesn’t make the most of this opportunity.
, Dr. Phil offers Reina the opportunity to work with professionals to change her life. Will she agree? Check here
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