Dylon says that he has been suffering from seizures since he was 18 months old. Now 25, he admits that he doesn’t take his medication regularly and that he suffers from two-to-three seizures a week, which hinder his ability to be a father to his young son.

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Dylon’s girlfriend, Amanda, says that she takes care of him because she is the only person “willing to do it.”

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In the video above from Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Dr. Phil takes Dylon to task for his behavior. Hear the one thing Dr. Phil says Dylon must do. Will he agree? Check here to see where you can watch this episode.

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