September 12, 2017
In an exclusive interview with Dr. Phil, Grammy Award-winning singer Sinéad O’Connor opens up about her life, including what she claims was an abusive childhood. O’Connor claims she was physically and sexually abused by her mother until age 13, when she ran away from home. She says she and her mom reconciled a year later, but the relationship grew tense once again when the singer confronted her mother about the abuse. O’Connor’s mom died when she was 16-and-a-half, leaving the singer “devastated.”
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In the video above from Tuesday’s episode of Dr. Phil, O’Connor opens up emotionally about her conflicting relationship with her mother. Hear what she says she resents about her mother, what she wanted from her mother that she didn’t get, what she misses about her mother and what she loves about her mother. And, see why what the singer would say to her mother today might surprise you.
Tune in to Dr. Phil on Tuesday to watch O’Connor’s entire interview. Check here to see where you can watch.
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