Tammy says even though her former fiancé, Chris, is currently in prison for assaulting her
with a meat tenderizing hammer two years ago, she hasn’t been able to move past the trauma
of being attacked. TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Life in crisis?
“For the New Year, I would really like to get back to the healthy person that I was,” she says. “I want to feel confident at work. I want to be able to sleep in my bed. I don’t want to be afraid to leave my house.”
“I would like my mother to push herself to be herself again,” says Tammi’s 19-year-old daughter, Taylor, adding “I just want my old mom back.”
When Dr. Phil refers Tammi to the Lawlis Peavey Psycho Neuro Plasticity (PNP) Cente
r to help her in her journey toward recovery, does she agree to go?
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If you think you may be in a dangerous relationship with unhealthy patterns, please seek help. Call the National Domestic Violence Hotline
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and The Aspire Initiative
, an interactive program which helps those caught in the cycle of domestic abuse to identify, and take steps to end it.
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