Trisha, who hosts her own YouTube Channel, Truthfully Trisha, says she’s been live streaming nearly every aspect of her life for almost a year, including arguments with her family.

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“My family thinks I’m out of control with my live streams, but I don’t think so,” she says, adding that her husband, Sean, wants her to stop. In July, she says she live streamed their separation.

Trisha says she has nearly 2,000 subscribers on YouTube, but not everyone is a fan. “I’ve been called a dirty whore, a whack job, a pig and even a beaver. Unfortunately, I can’t ignore it,” she says. Trisha claims she’s been harassed and stalked by several of her “haters,” both online and in real life.

“One hater even sent an unrequested pizza to my house. After a few bites, I had an anaphylactic reaction,” she claims. Trisha says she live streamed the event.

In the beginning, she says, streaming live gave her instant gratification from the attention, but now, she claims she’s addicted. “I just don’t know what to do. I want to log off but I can’t.”

Part one of this two-part Dr. Phil airs Monday. Check here to find out where you can watch.

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