Brittany adamantly denies her parents' claims that she has “serious” mental health issues and that she rages, threatens, and both verbally and physically attacks them and other family members.

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The 28-year-old, who still lives at home with her mother, also vehemently disagrees with her parents’ assertion that she isn’t capable of taking care of herself.

WATCH ‘Best Self’ Vs. ‘Anti-Self’: Life Coach Mike Bayer Explains

At Dr. Phil’s request, life development coach and author of the best-selling book “Best Self: Be You, Only Better” Mike Bayer sits down with Brittany for a one-on-one exercise to help her define her goals.

“You’re dependent on the very thing that’s not making you happy. It’s a ball and chain,” he tells Brittany, adding, “You’re capable of taking care of yourself. You are.”

“I want my life back, and I need as much help as I can get,” says Brittany in the video above.

When Dr. Phil refers Brittany to the Lawlis Peavey PsychoNeuroPlasticity (PNP) Center for a thorough neurological and biochemical evaluation, does she agree to go?

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Mike Bayer is a life development coach and member of the Dr. Phil Advisory Board. His book, Best Self: Be You, Only Better is available now, wherever books are sold. Read an excerpt here, then check here to find out how you can order.

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