20-Year-Old Claims Mom Stole Her Identity And Opened At Least 10 Credit Cards In Her Name, Which Her Mother Denies

Taylor claims her mother, Susan, has put her and her younger siblings through a “living, breathing hell.” Taylor says while she lived at home, their house was filthy and filled with feces, garbage, bugs, and the pantry was often empty.

Taylor also claims that as soon as she turned 18, her mother stole her identity and started opening credit cards in her name. She says she knows Susan has opened at least 10 credit cards and also put an electricity bill in her name.

In the video above, Dr. Phil asks Susan about these allegations.

“Did you hijack your daughter’s identity?” Dr. Phil asks.

“No I did not,” Susan replies, denying she opened credit cards in her daughter’s name. “She was aware of the one to start her credit when she was at school. I did the electric bill so she could have a place of residency.”

“There aren’t versions of the truth,” Dr. Phil says to Taylor. “Did she or did she not open up credit cards in your name?”

Watch more of the exchange in the video above, including what Taylor claims she’s had to do to clean up her credit.

This episode airs Tuesday. On Wednesday, a voice from Susan’s past says he wants to set the record straight. And, hear what Susan’s younger children have to say. Plus, Susan allows cameras in her home. What do they find? Check here to see where you can tune in.

‘I’m Not Trying To Ruin Your Life; I’m Trying To Help You Fix Your Life,’ Dr. Phil Tells Guest

Susan is a single mom who has been raising three children on her own since her husband died by suicide 14 years ago. She says she never had time to heal because she put all her energy into raising her kids. She says she has made many sacrifices and devoted everything she had to them.

Susan’s oldest daughter, Taylor, however, claims her mom made their lives a living hell. She claims their homes were filthy, filled with feces, garbage, bugs, and often an empty pantry.

On Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Susan denies everything.

Dr. Phil explains to Susan that the only way she can mend her relationship with Taylor is for her to be honest about her life — and he questions her sincerity thus far.

“I believe that is what your home is like, in part, now. I believe that. I will get that verified, but I’m going to tell you right now, I believe that. I believe you’re not an evil woman. I believe you are a single mother, and I believe you’re doing the best you think you can do, and I think you need help,” Dr. Phil says to Susan. “I’m not trying to ruin your life; I’m trying to help you fix your life.”

Hear more from Dr. Phil in the video above. Does Susan continue to deny living conditions in her homes? Will she allow cameras inside?

This episode airs Tuesday. And on Wednesday, a voice from Susan’s past says he wants to set the record straight. And, hear what Susan’s younger children have to say. Plus, Susan allows cameras in her home. What do they find? Check here to see where you can tune in.

See Pictures Inside Homes Where Young Woman Claims Her Family Lived In Deplorable Conditions

Taylor claims that her mom, Susan, and younger siblings are living in horrendous conditions – and that she worries for the safety of her brother and sister. Taylor claims the house is filthy and filled with feces, garbage, bugs, dirty mattresses, and empty pantries.

Taylor claims that her mom doesn’t want anyone to come over and see what the home looks like.

“I haven’t been able, ever since I was a kid, to have friends over and stay the night because of that reason,” Taylor tells Dr. Phil on Tuesday’s episode.

Dr. Phil tells Taylor that his producers say Susan refused to let Dr. Phil cameras inside her home to film with her. “My theory is people who have nothing to hide, hide nothing,” Dr. Phil says.

Later in the show, Susan claims she was never asked to film in her home.

In the video above, see pictures from two of Susan’s homes over the years. On Tuesday’s episode, Susan responds to Taylor’s accusations against her. What does she say about her current living conditions? And on Wednesday, a voice from Susan’s past says he wants to set the record straight. And, hear what Susan’s younger children have to say. Plus, Susan allows cameras in her home. What do they find? Check here to see where you can tune in.

‘I Have Devoted, Literally, 14 Years Of Everything That I’ve Had To Those Kids,’ Says Mom Whose Daughter Accuses Her Of Making Her Life Hell

“My relationship with my daughter Taylor, right now, is broken and in turmoil,” says Susan. “Taylor’s making me sound a lot worse than I really am.”

Susan claims she’s a devoted mother to Taylor and her younger siblings and that she’s made many sacrifices raising them as a single mom.

“My husband committed suicide 14 years ago. I had no life insurance,” Susan shares. “I think that that’s where a lot of it starts is that suicide. I have devoted, literally, 14 years of everything that I’ve had to those kids.”

Taylor, however, claims her mother made her life a “living hell.” She claims growing up, their house was filled with feces, garbage, fleas, empty pantries, and that they moved 16 times. She says she escaped the filth when her mom kicked her out after seeing one of her Instagram posts – an accusation Susan denies.

“I’ve had it with being attacked by Taylor,” Susan says. “I’m not here to bring up everything in the past. I think it’s ridiculous that we have to be here on the Dr. Phil show to fix this.”

In the video above, see what happens when Taylor confronts her mother. And on Tuesday’s episode, see how Susan responds when Dr. Phil questions her. Then, on Wednesday, a voice from Susan’s past says he wants to set the record straight. And, hear what Susan’s younger children have to say. Plus, Susan allows cameras in her home. What do they find? Check here to see where you can tune in.

An Instagram Post That Divided A Mother And Daughter

Taylor claims that growing up, her home was filled with filth, feces, garbage, empty pantries, bedbugs and fleas — and that her mom allowed them to be evicted, move 16 times and even live in a homeless shelter.

Taylor says she finally escaped those conditions a year-and-a-half ago when her mom kicked her out of the house — an accusation her mother denies. The young woman says her mom interpreted one of her Instagram posts incorrectly and became offended by it.

“The moment I posted it she, actually, called me and she was screaming at me, yelling at me, going crazy about it, saying that I was not allowed in her home anymore. I was not welcome and that I needed to find somewhere else to stay,” claims Taylor during Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil.

In the video above, see what this Instagram post said that offended Taylor’s mom, Susan. And, hear how Taylor claims her mom reacts when Taylor has confronted her about the living conditions in her homes.

On Tuesday, Dr. Phil questions Susan about those living conditions. How does she react? And on Wednesday, a voice from Susan’s past says he wants to set the record straight. And, hear what Susan’s younger children have to say. Plus, Susan allows cameras in her home. What do they find? Check here to see where you can tune in.

Young Woman Claims Mom Made Her And Her Siblings Live In Horrendous Conditions

‘I would describe my mother as evil,” says Taylor.

The young woman claims that growing up, she and her younger siblings have lived in 16 different places, have been evicted and that she even had to sleep in a car.

“My mother would not clean or take care of the house at all,” Taylor claims. “The conditions were horrendous, disgusting, and just outright horrible.”

Taylor claims that the “massive filth” still happens in the homes where her mom and two younger siblings live.

“Social services has been called at least four or five times. They say the children have running water and they have a roof over their head, so that’s OK,” claims Taylor, who finally moved out of her mother’s home a year-and-a-half ago. “I am very worried that my mom is holding both of my siblings hostage.”

In the video above, hear more from Taylor, who also claims that her mom has lied about numerous things and has even stolen Taylor’s identity, claims her mother denies.

And on Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, see what happens when Taylor’s mom, Susan, is questioned by Dr. Phil. Does she admit to any of Taylor’s accusations? And on Wednesday, a voice from Susan’s past says he wants to set the record straight. And, hear what Susan’s younger children have to say. Plus, Susan allows cameras in her home. What do they find? Check here to see where you can tune in.

Young Woman Claims Mom ‘Lies About Anything And Everything To Get What She Wants’

Taylor claims her mom, Susan, is a compulsive liar who is so delusional that she believes her own lies. The young woman, who claims her mom recently kicked her out of the home, says she’s concerned about her mother’s behavior because she has two young siblings that live with their mom.

“My mom lies about the living conditions. She says that [the house] is clean and that it’s always taken care of, but in actuality, there’s garbage. There’s animal feces. It smells horrible, and it’s just a mess,” Taylor claims. “She also likes to lie to the kids a lot, says that no one really cares about them. She’ll say that the family doesn’t care or that I don’t care. She says that we want nothing to do with them.”

Taylor continues, “She just lies about anything and everything to get what she wants.”

Susan, however, denies Taylor’s accusations and says that it is actually her daughter who is lying.

In the video above from Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Dr. Phil reviews all the allegations Taylor has made about Susan. Does Susan admit any wrongdoing?

Check here to see where you can watch the entire episode. And on Wednesday, a voice from Susan’s past says he wants to set the record straight. And, hear what Susan’s younger children have to say. Plus, Susan allows cameras in her home. What do they find?

Dr. Phil On Couple Practicing ‘Relationship Rescue’ Reconnecting Exercise: ‘This Will Be A Game-Changer’

Last season, fans of the Bravo TV’s Married to Medicine learned that series regulars, Dr. Simone Whitmore and her husband, Cecil Whitmore, were having issues in their marriage.

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The couple decided to work to resolve the differences in their relationship, and on Monday, they talk with Dr. Phil about some of the challenges they’ve faced; including lack of communication and moving past old resentments.

WATCH: ‘I’m A Grudge Holder For Life,’ Says Dr. Simone Of ‘Married To Medicine’

Dr. Phil guides the couple through a communication dyad for couples. The exercise is from his best-selling book, “Relationship Rescue: A Seven-Step Strategy for Reconnecting with Your Partner.”

“It takes a maximum of 30 minutes, where you’ve got to turn the phone off, TV off, turn everything off, and do that for 14 days,” he tells the couple, adding, “I feel really, really strongly that this will be a game changer.”

WATCH: Dr. Phil On Resolving Marital Disagreements: ‘The Goal Should Be That You Want Your Partner To Understand How You Feel’

Watch the video above to see Dr. Simone and Cecil practice the reconnecting exercise, then check here to find out where you can watch Monday’s Dr. Phil.

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Man Married 14 Years Claims 10 Of Them Have Been ‘Constant Hell’

‘I’m A Grudge Holder For Life,’ Says Dr. Simone Of ‘Married To Medicine’

Married to Medicine featured cast members Dr. Simone Whitmore and her husband, Cecil, have been married 22 years, but say they have been struggling recently with money and communication issues.

WATCH: ‘Married To Medicine’ Cast Member On State Of Marriage: ‘We’re Just Trying To Figure Out How To Get Back On Track’

On Monday’s episode, Dr. Phil talks with the couple about his observations on their relationship.

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“Number one, permeating everything that I can learn about you as a couple, is you have an inability to let things go,” he says.

“I’m a grudge holder for life. Yes,” agrees Simone.

Continuing, Dr. Phil says, “You don’t speak each other’s love language.”

“You’re are spot on,” Cecil replies.

When Simone says, “We just need some help with being able to turn things around,” What does Dr. Phil tell her and Cecil about the formula for success in a relationship?

Check here to find out where you can watch Monday’s episode.

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Dr. Phil On Resolving Marital Disagreements: ‘The Goal Should Be That You Want Your Partner To Understand How You Feel’

Dr. Phil To Couple: ‘Stop Yelling And Start Talking’

Chris says that 10 of the 14 years he’s been married to his wife, Pepper, have been a “constant hell.” He claims she’s jealous of other women, spies on him at work, and once pulled out a gun and fired it into the floor during an argument.

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WATCH: Woman Says She Was Tired Of Husband Spending Money On Himself, So She Got An $18k ‘Mommy Make-Over’

Pepper admits she shot a gun into the floor but denies she and Chris were fighting at the time. She claims her husband is verbally and physically abusive, has threatened to kill her in the past, and says he constantly threatens divorce.

WATCH: Man Admits He Threatens Wife With Divorce As ‘A Showstopper’

Chris admits he uses the threat of divorce as a “weapon.”

“I want the two of you to stop yelling and start talking, and I’m going to get you the help to do that,” Dr. Phil tells the couple.

Can this marriage be saved?

Check here to find out where you can watch Monday’s episode.

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‘Married To Medicine’ Cast Member On State Of Marriage: ‘We’re Just Trying To Figure Out How To Get Back On Track’

Woman Says She Was Tired Of Husband Spending Money On Himself, So She Got An $18k ‘Mommy Make-Over’

Chris and his wife, Pepper, say they are actively involved in a bankruptcy and are spending around $1,400 a month to pay off their debts.

WATCH: Man Admits He Threatens Wife With Divorce As ‘A Showstopper’

Pepper claims Chris is a compulsive shopper with motorcycles, multiple cars, and an RV, and needs to get his spending under control. “His parents left him quite a bit of money. He spent it frivolously,” she claims.

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“Those are inherited vehicles,” says Chris. “I didn’t pay for those. Why can’t I have an RV?”

Pepper admits she got tired of Chris spending money on himself, so she got a breast lift and a tummy tuck. She says she spent about $18,000 on her “mommy makeover,” and paid for it on credit.

Dr. Phil introduces the couple to New York Times best-selling author, Larry Winget. The self-styled “Pitbull of Personal Development” works to help people with spending and shopping issues get their financial lives back on track.

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“Emotions are running your finances instead of logic,” he tells the couple.

Will Chris and Pepper agree to let Larry help them come up with a plan to live within their means?

Check here to find out where you can watch Monday’s episode.

Larry Winget is a six-time New York Times/Wall Street Journal bestselling author. His book, “What’s Wrong with Damn Near Everything!: How the Collapse of Core Values Is Destroying Us and How to Fix It” is available wherever books are sold.

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Dr. Phil To Couple: ‘Stop Yelling And Start Talking’

Man Admits He Threatens Wife With Divorce As ‘A Showstopper’

Chris says his wife, Pepper, is jealous of other women. He claims she constantly accuses him of cheating, spies on him at work, and has chased after him on the freeway.

Watch: Man Married 14 Years Claims 10 Of Them Have Been ‘Constant Hell’

Pepper denies spying on Chris but claims her husband tries to create jealousy. She says that in the 14 years they’ve been married, he’s threatened to divorce her multiple times.

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“This is my third marriage, and I do not want to get divorced,” she says.

“I use divorce as a weapon. A showstopper. My grand finale,” admits Chris, adding, “I’m tired of it.”

WATCH: Dr. Phil To Couple: ‘Stop Yelling And Start Talking’

Chris says he loves his wife but admits he’s been both verbally and physically abusive toward Pepper and has threatened her life in the past. He also claims she once fired a gun during an argument.

When Dr. Phil asks, “Did you point a gun at him,” what is Pepper’s response?

This episode airs Monday. Check here to find out where you can watch.

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Woman Says She Was Tired Of Husband Spending Money On Himself, So She Got An $18k ‘Mommy Make-Over’

‘Married To Medicine’ Cast Member On State Of Marriage: ‘We’re Just Trying To Figure Out How To Get Back On Track’

Dr. Simone Whitmore and her husband, Cecil, are featured cast members on the Bravo TV reality show, Married to Medicine They’ve been married 22 years. Last season, fans of the show saw the couple struggling with money and communication issues.

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“You’re not putting on for the cameras here. You’re just being transparent about what’s going on in your relationship,” says Dr. Phil when the couple visits on Monday’s episode.

“We’re both pretty stubborn. And, we’re just trying to figure out how to get back on track. Mainly with our sex life and just being a team,” says Dr. Simone.

WATCH: Dr. Phil On Couple Practicing ‘Relationship Rescue’ Reconnecting Exercise: ‘This Will Be A Game-Changer’

Dr. Phil asks, “If you were going to say what was the most pervasive underlying issue, what would it be?” What do Cecil and Simone reveal about their marriage?

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‘I’m A Grudge Holder For Life,’ Says Dr. Simone Of ‘Married To Medicine’

Dr. Phil On Resolving Marital Disagreements: ‘The Goal Should Be That You Want Your Partner To Understand How You Feel’

Cecil and Dr. Simone Whitmore of Bravo TV’s Married to Medicine say lack of communication has been an ongoing issue in their marriage.

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“When you have a disagreement, your goal should not be to win the argument,” Dr. Phil tells the couple, adding, “The goal should be that you want your partner to understand how you feel.”

WATCH: ‘I’m A Grudge Holder For Life,’ Says Dr. Simone Of ‘Married To Medicine’

The pair, who have been married 22 years, seek solutions to end their marital miscommunication on Monday’s episode.

Can Dr. Phil help Dr. Simone and Cecil learn how to move past old resentments?

Watch the video above to see him guide the couple through a reconnecting exercise straight out of his best-selling book,“Relationship Rescue: A Seven-Step Strategy for Reconnecting with Your Partner.”

Check here to find out where you can watch Monday’s episode.

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Dr. Phil On Couple Practicing ‘Relationship Rescue’ Reconnecting Exercise: ‘This Will Be A Game-Changer’

Man Married 14 Years Claims 10 Of Them Have Been ‘Constant Hell’

Chris and his wife, Pepper, have been married for 14 years. He says ten of them have been “constant hell.”

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Chris claims she constantly accuses him of cheating, spies on him at work, and has chased after him on the freeway at high speeds.

WATCH: Woman Says She Was Tired Of Husband Spending Money On Himself, So She Got An $18k ‘Mommy Make-Over’

“My husband tries to create jealousy,” says Pepper, who adamantly denies ever spying on him at work.

“My marriage is toxic,” she says. “My husband, Chris – he’s very misogynistic.”

Pepper claims that Chris has been both verbally and physically abusive toward her and that he has threatened to kill her.

Chris admits to hitting his wife but claims she pushed him to it. He says he’s threatened to divorce Pepper several times. What does he say stops him from leaving her?

WATCH: Dr. Phil To Couple: ‘Stop Yelling And Start Talking’

Check here to find out where you can watch Monday’s episode.

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Man Admits He Threatens Wife With Divorce As ‘A Showstopper’

‘You Grabbed Me By My Jacket And You Dragged Me,’ Says Woman Who Claims Husband Tried To Run Her Over

Charles says that he will stop at nothing to save his 12-year marriage, despite the fact that his wife, Sally, has left him 19 times and is now dating a new man.

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Sally says she’s done with the relationship. She claims Charles is a “drama queen” who “thrives on attention” and that he has been abusive toward her.

On Friday’s episode of Dr. Phil, the couple gets into a heated discussion about Charles’ behavior, specifically a time that Sally claims Charles choked her.

WATCH: Man Claims Wife Is A ‘Liar,’ ‘Manipulative,’ And Dating Another Man, But He Wants To Save Marriage

“I’m full of mistakes myself, but I’m willing to admit that I have psychological issues and problems, and I’m willing to do whatever it takes to fix them,” he tells Sally.

“Those are not mistakes. Strangling somebody is not a mistake. That’s something that’s deliberate. That’s like attempted murder,” Sally responds.

“I didn’t deliberately try to kill you; I was trying to overpower you,” Charles says.

Dr. Phil interrupts the conversation and offers Charles a powerful warning.

“There is no time, no theory, no justification, under which a man should ever put his hands on a woman in anger. Period, paragraph, no exceptions. No reason,” Dr. Phil says.

In the video above, see what happens as Charles tries to explain his behavior. Plus, Robin McGraw, an ambassador against domestic violence, weighs in.

On Friday, see what happens when Charles comes face-to-face with Sally’s new boyfriend for the first time. And, is Charles ready to change? Check here to see where you can watch.

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‘You Do What I Call Catastrophizing,’ Dr. Phil Tells Guest

Man Claims Wife Is A ‘Liar,’ ‘Manipulative,’ And Dating Another Man, But He Wants To Save Marriage

Charles says that even though his wife of 12 years, Sally, has left him 19 times, he’s desperate to save their marriage.

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“Sally’s trying to find a way out of our relationship, and I’m trying to find a way to hold it together,” he says. “I’m being victimized. I feel like I am being manipulated and used, just to keep her stable in her life.”

Sally says she’s been “living in hell” for the past 12 years. “If I had to rate my marriage on a scale from 1 to 10, I would say a negative 3,” she says.

WATCH: ‘You Grabbed Me By My Jacket And You Dragged Me,’ Says Woman Who Claims Husband Tried To Run Her Over

Sally claims Charles has been abusive and psychologically controls her, and says she’s done. “Charles is a total drama queen. He thrives on attention,” she says. “I just don’t want this anymore.”

Charles, however, claims that Sally is a liar and the stress she has put him through is affecting his health.

“Much to my chagrin, Sally is dating another man, and it makes me physically weak,” he says. “My heart has been taken out of my chest and being crushed right in front of me. She acts like I don’t even exist.”

On Friday’s episode of Dr. Phil, see what happens when Charles meets Sally’s other man for the first time. Check here to see where you can watch.

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‘You Do What I Call Catastrophizing,’ Dr. Phil Tells Guest

Coach Mike Bayer Offers Advice To Man For Coming To Terms With The End Of His Marriage

Charles says he’s desperate to save his 12-year marriage to Sally, even though he claims she’s a liar who has left him 19 times. He says the emotional turmoil caused by the stress of their relationship is also taking a physical toll on his health.

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Coach Mike Bayer, a personal development coach, Dr. Phil Advisory Board member and show contributor, and CEO of CAST Centers, offers the estranged couple advice for moving forward.

“You need to stop blaming each other. You both need to start looking inside, because unless you have some interest in how do you improve your own life and stop blaming each other, nothing is going to happen,” Coach Mike says. “You can’t be a victim and be empowered at the same time. And you need to get empowered in your own life.” He suggests they end their relationship and work on healing themselves. Hear more of his advice in the video above.

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Dr. Phil suggests Coach Mike set up Charles with a life coach, a nutritionist and an exercise physiologist. “I want to get this guy in shape and get him back to where he walks into a room with pride and presence, instead of sloughing in like he’s some kind of basket case,” he says.

Dr. Phil offers to send Sally to OnSite to heal some of the wounds from her past.

This episode airs Friday. Watch more here.

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UnPHILtered: ‘You Either Contribute To Or Contaminate A Relationship’

Dr. Phil Has Guest Escorted Off Stage

Charles and Sally’s marriage is falling apart. During their 12-year relationship, Sally has left Charles 19 times, and now he fears she’s going to leave him for good – which he says is causing him emotional and physical distress — and he’s desperate to save the union. Sally says she’s done, so much so, she has been dating a new man, Alan, an elder in a synagogue, whom Sally sought for guidance.

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Dr. Phil introduces Coach Mike Bayer, a personal development coach, Dr. Phil Advisory Board member and show contributor, and CEO of CAST Centers, who offers Charles advice.

“I feel like the universe, higher powers, [are] all communicating to you that this is not the right fit,” Coach Mike tells him.

As Charles responds, Dr. Phil stops the conversation to address Alan. Watch what happens in the video above and why Dr. Phil has Alan escorted off the stage. Also, hear more of Coach Mike’s advice.

This episode airs Friday. Watch more here.

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Coach Mike Bayer Offers Advice To Man For Coming To Terms With The End Of His Marriage

‘You Do What I Call Catastrophizing,’ Dr. Phil Tells Guest

Charles says that his 12-year marriage to his wife, Sally, is in crisis. He claims that she is a liar, has left him 19 times, is now dating another man and that he feels like a “pawn in a chess game” – and that the roller-coaster of emotions is making him physically ill.

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“I feel like I’m having a heart attack from all the pain and stress that she’s putting me through,” he says. Recently, he even was rushed to the E.R. in an ambulance because he says his heart was so broken.

Sally calls Charles a “drama queen” and says he thrives on attention – and that she’s done with the relationship.

WATCH: ‘You Grabbed Me By My Jacket And You Dragged Me,’ Says Woman Who Claims Husband Tried To Run Her Over

“You do what I call, catastrophizing,” Dr. Phil tells Charles on Friday’s episode. After reading an extensive list of the terms and phrases Charles uses, he warns him about the power of language. “You’re melodramatic and catastrophic in your language. I say that not just to point out that you’re melodramatic and catastrophic in your language, I do that because language is very powerful,” Dr. Phil continues. “This catastrophic language can really make you sick.”

Hear more from Dr. Phil in the video above. And on Friday, see what happens when Charles comes face-to-face with Sally’s new man for the first time. Check here to see where you can watch.

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Woman’s Husband And Man She’s Dating Meet For The First Time On Dr. Phil’s Stage