Since surviving a near-death experience, Carly says her life hasn’t been the same. Carly was accidently electrocuted in her garage, and her husband, Larry, found her with almost no pulse and resuscitated her – but she says she’s now having trouble.
“I feel like there’s an empty spot back here. I don’t know if it’s because I was hitting my head on the concrete,” Carly says. “I just feel like I’m not myself anymore.”

She says the experience is causing conflict in her marriage and with her stepdaughters. “My biggest fear is that my brain stops working, and my husband gives up on me,” Carly says.
When Dr. Phil says to Carly, “[Your stepdaughters] think that this is something you’re using to get closer to their dad and push them away from their dad,” she denies the stepdaughters' claims. Watch in the video above.
On Tuesday’s episode, "Survived Electrocution, But Barely Living," hear why Carly’s stepdaughters say they aren’t convinced Carly’s behavior is a result of the accident -- and claim she may be faking it. Plus, Dr. Phil sent Carly to a leading expert in neuroradiology to conduct an in-depth brain scan. What will the results reveal? Check local listings to see where you can watch.

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