Woman Whose Family Called Her A ‘Dramatic Hypochondriac’ Returns To ‘Dr. Phil’ 5 Years After Kicking Opioid Dependency
In season 13 of Dr. Phil, Shemida claimed she couldn’t leave her bedroom for more than 2 hours a day because she suffered from over 70 different health issues. Her family insisted she was a “dramatic hypochondriac” who was dependent on opioid medications.
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Now, nearly six years after first appearing on the broadcast and five years after kicking her opioid dependency, Shemida returns!
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“After the show I completely left John. I’ve never talked to him again,” says the now 22-year-old single mother, adding, “I got very intense counseling and I can only thank you for helping me. You’ve totally, 100% saved my life.”
Plus, watch the video above through to the end to hear messages from Piers Morgan and Rachel Ray, congratulating Dr. Phil on his 3,000th episode, airing Tuesday.
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