Do you want to be a victim, or do you want to be a victor? If you want to be a victor, you have to behave your way to a positive outcome. This is especially true when it comes to your health.

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“If you’re suffering with a disease, you’re suffering with a disability, don’t think attitude doesn’t matter; it matters – physically, mentally, emotionally -- it makes a difference,” Dr. Phil says in Today’s Takeaway. “You behave your way to health.”

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On Monday’s episode, Dr. Phil speaks with Kelly, her daughter, Amanda, and Amanda’s boyfriend, Dylon. The women say they are concerned about Dylon’s well-being because he is an epileptic but doesn’t take his medicine and isn’t taking care of himself. Dylon says he doesn’t know why he doesn’t follow the doctor’s protocol, but insists he wants to get his multiple weekly seizures under control and be a better father to his son. Life Coach Mike Bayer steps in with a plan.

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