Woman Explains How She Discovered Her Husband Fathered A Child With Another Woman

A woman says she recently found out her husband has been unfaithful throughout their 11-year relationship — and may have fathered a child. Why does she say she blames his mistress for not telling her about their relationship?

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‘I Could Actually Smell The Closet From Inside My Parents’ Bedroom’ Says Woman Describing Where Her Sister Was Forced To Live

Lauren’s oldest sibling, Blake, describes what it was like growing up with her little sister being kept in a closet – away from the rest of the family.

Blake says hearing Lauren cry, she was able to sneak her food “a couple of times,” when their parents weren’t around, “I knew what it felt like to be hungry… but I…I just… She needed me, and I did it.”

In this second installment of an exclusive two-part Dr. Phil, Blake describes the guilt she says she still feels for not rescuing her little sister. This episode airs Thursday.

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Woman Confined To Her Parents’ Closet As A Child Says Older Sister Will Have To ‘Work Really Hard’ To Earn Her Trust

Woman Sentenced To Life In Prison For Abusing Her Daughter Claims She’s ‘Sorry’

Lauren spent six years of her childhood hidden away in her parents’ closet, and says she was only taken out to be beaten and abused.

Now 23, She says she has never received a personal apology from either of them for emotionally and physically abusing her. Lauren’s mother, Barbara, recently reached out from behind bars with a video message apologizing for abusing her daughter, but Lauren says she was angry the first time she saw it.

Tune in to Thursday’s Dr. Phil to hear the rest of Lauren’s story.

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Sisters Explain Why They Won’t Talk To The Mother They Claim Was Abusive

Woman Confined To Her Parents’ Closet As A Child Says Older Sister Will Have To ‘Work Really Hard’ To Earn Her Trust

Lauren says for six years of her childhood she was physically, sexually and psychologically abused by her mother and stepfather while being forced to live in their closet, while her siblings lived, ate and played just feet away.

Now 23, Lauren says she is trying to have a relationship with her oldest sister, Blake. Cautiously, Lauren says, “Blake’s gonna have to work really hard for my trust, just like everybody else has.”

Is Lauren willing – and able – to put her trust in Blake? Tune in to Thursday’s Dr. Phil,

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Woman Sentenced To Life In Prison For Abusing Her Daughter Claims She’s ‘Sorry’

Daughter Who Claims Father Abused Family Says She Loves Her Dad ‘More Than Anything’

Emily says her dad, Joseph, isn’t “all bad,” even though she claims he abused her, her siblings, and their mother, Jennifer. She says she loves her dad “more than anything.”

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New Hope For Woman Who Survived Childhood Abuse

Sixteen years ago, Lauren was rescued from a dark, urine-soaked closet where her parents had kept her locked away from the rest of the world, while they beat, terrorized and abused her from the ages of 2-6.

Since then, the now 23-year-old has struggled with the aftermath of her ordeal – but the road hasn’t been easy. On Thursday’s episode, Dr. Phil offers Lauren help with her recovery, steps to start a career and a new place to call home.

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‘I Could Actually Smell The Closet From Inside My Parents’ Bedroom’ Says Woman Describing Where Her Sister Was Forced To Live

Sisters Explain Why They Won’t Talk To The Mother They Claim Was Abusive

Sisters, Lauren and Blake explain why they won’t talk to their abusive mother.

Tune in to Thursday’s Dr. Phil to see how the pair are trying to reestablish a relationship with one another after being separated most of their lives.

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Dr. Phil On How An Abuse Survivor Can Learn To Trust Again

Dr. Phil On How An Abuse Survivor Can Learn To Trust Again

Childhood abuse survivor Lauren says she has a hard time trusting people and admits that’s why she keeps them at arm’s length.

Dr. Phil encourages Lauren to stop isolating and continue breaking down the “walls” he says she’s put up to protect herself.

Tune in to Thursday’s Dr. Phil to see whether Lauren says she feels ready to start trusting people more.

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New Hope For Woman Who Survived Childhood Abuse

Adult Abuse Survivor Says Parents Locked Her In A Bedroom Closet For Years

As a young child, Lauren survived six years of torture at the hands of her parents. She says they kept her in their bedroom closet and claims her stepfather would hold a gun to her head, pull the trigger – and pretend to shoot her. The couple was sentenced to life behind bars.

Tune in to Wednesday’s Dr. Philfor part one of a special two-part episode, when the now 23-year-old talks about her triumphs – and continued struggles as an adult survivor of childhood torture and sexual abuse.

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Adult Survivor Of Severe Childhood Trauma: ‘I Have Tried To Commit Suicide Over 30 Times’

What Officer Says First Responders Saw When Rescuing A Severely Abused Child Kept In A Closet For Years

A decade after her rescue from captivity in a closet in her parents’ home, child abuse survivor Lauren spoke about her ordeal for the first time. Five years later: a look back at “The girl in the closet” and an update from Lauren on how she’s doing today.

It’s the first installment of an exclusive two-part Dr. Phil, airing this week.

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Adult Abuse Survivor Says Parents Locked Her In A Bedroom Closet For Years

Woman Whose Girlfriend Has Violent Flashbacks Of Childhood Abuse Says She Has To ‘Baby Proof’ Their House

Janae says her girlfriend, Lauren, “can get very violent” and sometimes re-enacts the abuse she experienced as a child at the hands of her parents. Lauren admits she has flashbacks and numerous triggers from her time spent as a captive in her parents’ closet.

Tune in Wednesday for part one of this absorbing two-part Dr. Phil. Then on Thursday, Lauren’s older sister, Blake, reveals the guilt she feels over not being able to help her little sister escape their parents’ abuse.

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‘I Could Actually Smell The Closet From Inside My Parents’ Bedroom’ Says Woman Describing Where Her Sister Was Forced To Live

Girlfriend Says Partner Who Survived Torture, Starvation and Childhood Sexual Abuse Has Flashbacks And ‘Becomes A Different Person’When She Drinks.

Janae claims her girlfriend, Lauren, is “a different person” when she drinks, saying she once nearly caused their car to flip over when Janae was driving. Lauren says she has vivid flashbacks of the abuse she suffered in childhood and admits she struggles with alcohol addiction.

Why does Janae say she has to baby-proof the house every night? Tune in to Wednesday’s Dr. Phil.

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Woman Whose Girlfriend Has Violent Flashbacks Of Childhood Abuse Says She Has To ‘Baby Proof’ Their House

Sixteen Years Later ‘The Girl In The Closet’ Says, ‘I Just Want The Pain To Stop’

After 16 years of living with the memories of being locked in a closet, starved, physically tortured and abused by her parents during her childhood, Lauren admits she cuts and has attempted suicide – multiple times.

Is there help for Lauren’s ongoing anxiety and depression? Tune in to part one of a riveting two-part Dr. PhilWednesday.

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Girlfriend Says Partner Who Survived Torture, Starvation and Childhood Sexual Abuse Has Flashbacks And ‘Becomes A Different Person” When She Drinks.

‘Every Day I Relive My Past. It Doesn’t Ever End’ Says Woman Who Survived Being Tortured By Her Parents As A Child

Childhood abuse survivor Lauren says she can’t listen to country music because that’s what her mother and stepfather played to drown out her screaming. “When I hear it, it just all comes back.”

On Wednesday’s Dr. Phil, Lauren talks about her ongoing struggles with addiction, anxiety, depression, paranoia, and multiple attempts to commit suicide because of the trauma she suffered as a child.

Lauren’s girlfriend, Janae, is also brought into the discussion. Then on Thursday, Lauren’s older sister, Blake, discusses what she knew about Lauren’s ongoing abuse, and why she felt powerless to help.

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Sixteen Years Later ‘The Girl In The Closet’ Says, ‘I Just Want The Pain To Stop’

‘The Girl In The Closet’ Says She Survived Childhood Abuse Only To Be Bullied And Harassed In College

Once known as “the Girl in the Closet” for being held captive and tortured for years by her parents, 23-year-old Lauren opens up both about her triumphs and continued struggles to come to terms with her childhood abuse.

Now a college graduate, Lauren opens up about her continued struggles and her triumphs on a special two-part Dr. Phil this Wednesday and Thursday.

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