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Guests tell how online profiles have negatively impacted their lives.
A couple has doubts about their decision to remarry.
Obese guests compete in a weight-loss challenge.
Obese guests continue to compete in a weight-loss challenge.
Civil-rights activist Rev. Al Sharpton, comics Paul Mooney and Sheryl Underwood, actor Hill Harper and radio personality Michael Graham debate the use of a racially-charged term.
Money guru Loral Langemeier provides a 90-day plan to get a struggling family's finances back on track; five biggest money mistakes.
The doctor teaches people to prepare for a crisis before it happens in his new book, "Real Life"; getting through a difficult period; the grieving process.
An 11-year-old girl pleads with the doctor to help her mom break her addiction to prescription drugs.
Women say they were falsely accused of child abuse.
The doctor discusses controversial issues that could affect a child's safety at school, including the carrying of concealed weapons and binge drinking on college campuses.
Guests discuss the disappearance of 3-year-old Caylee Anthony.
Bishop T.D. Jakes, author of "Before You Do," helps guests make decisions they will not regret.
Guests discuss their reunions with long-lost family members.
Guests with very stressful jobs, such as firefighters and police officers, learn how to have successful marriages; actor Kirk Cameron ("Fireproof").
Learning to fight for one's rights without suing.
Mothers debate whether it is better to hover over their children or allow them to learn independence.
Fred Goldman and Kim Goldman Hahn discuss O.J. Simpson's current trial; O.J. Simpson's former friend Mike Gilbert makes a startling confession.
The doctor continues his biggest weight-loss project to date with six teams competing in a race across the country.
Dr. Frank Lawlis, author of "The Stress Answer," provides overwhelmed guests with tools to relieve stress and get back on track.
The doctor speaks to parents accused of brainwashing their children against their ex-spouse in order to win custody.
A woman accrues $25,000 in credit-card debt; money guru Loral Langemeier helps a couple get to the bottom of their financial mess.
Attorney Lisa Bloom discusses the case of missing 3-year-old Caylee Anthony; Fred Goldman and Kim Goldman Hahn discuss O.J. Simpson's current trial.
Guests, including Fred Goldman and Kim Goldman Hahn, discuss the verdict in O.J. Simpson's recent trial.
The doctor and a panel of experts answer questions about finances.
Actress Julia Ormond discusses witnessing human trafficking and slavery and what can be done to stop it; sex slaves; child prostitutes.
The doctor counsels a couple on the verge of divorce.
A woman tells how her daughter committed suicide after she was gang raped at college; a college freshman has two frightening experiences in her first month of college.
Filmmaker Eric Steel discusses his documentary that showcases people committing suicide by jumping off the Golden Gate Bridge; Dr. Thomas Joyner discusses the personal loss that inspired him to dedicate his work to suicide prevention.
Guests suffering from severe amnesia talk about their ordeals.
The doctor checks in with an extreme hoarder to see how she is progressing.
Guests tell how obsessions with video games nearly ruined their lives and relationships.
The doctor counsels a mother of three who has paralyzing phobias.
Men discuss finding out they are responsible for children they never knew existed; actor Jay Thomas discusses his relationship with the son he gave up for adoption.
A 21-year-old woman insists she can safely drive and text message at the same time; a woman discusses losing her daughter in a car accident caused by a driver distracted by a cell phone.
Women looking for love discuss dating double-standards; matchmaker Patti Stanger offers advice.
A recent Reader’s Digest poll ranked trust as the number one crucial quality for a happy marriage. But what happens when trust between spouses is broken? Deanne and Brian have been .. show full overview
Author Jay McGraw offers action-oriented plans for dealing with bullies; teens discuss cyberbullying.
The doctor speaks to parents who say their children have gender identity disorders.
The doctor counsels 14 people with issues such as extreme anger, addiction, abuse and personal demons.
The doctor speaks to a couple with opposing views on child discipline.
Child abductions; keeping one's child safe; actor Tom Arnold and filmmaker Damian Harris ("Gardens of the Night").
A custody battle between a child's grandmother and mother.
Guests discuss their experiences with religious cults; the warning signs of mind control.
The doctor helps 14 people confront their personal demons once and for all.
Guests discuss child abandonment.
Former police sergeant Drew Peterson discusses the disappearance of his wife Stacy; author Derek Armstrong ("Drew Peterson Exposed").
The doctor speaks to teens who are engaging in risky behavior such as smoking salvia and playing the choking game.
Musician David Foster discusses his new book, "Hitman," and joins singer Seal in the recording studio; Natalie Cole performs.
Fourteen people complete exercises to confront personal demons once and for all.
Guests say they are caught between their spouses and their families.
The doctor counsels couples dealing with infidelity.
Parents seek help for their overweight children.
A couple say they made nearly $1 million by shoplifting; a woman says her husband is shattering their home life with his shoplifting compulsion.
A couple's constant power struggle cripples their 20-year marriage.
Guests offer opposing views on the ban on same-sex marriage.
Siblings who were abused and raised in a cult-like setting try to get closure.
A woman blames her husband for the constant drama in their household.
The doctor counsels a couple dealing with sexual addiction.
Guests discuss surviving life-changing events.
Guests say their spouses abducted their children.
The doctor follows up with memorable guests.
Financial struggles threaten marriages.
The doctor counsels 14 people with issues such as addiction, anger, grief and abuse.
Guests say the discipline at their children's schools is out of control.
A couple drowning in debt try to save their house and their marriage.
Guests fight against injustices.
What is an obsession? Is it harmless? Or is it interfering with your life? How is it different from a passion, habit or quirk?
Obsession: Conscious preoccupation with ideas that .. show full overview
The doctor gives couples relationship reality-checks.
Guests tell how emergency operators failed them.
Legal commentator Nancy Grace, children's right attorney Paul Mones and criminologist Dr. Denise Boots discuss recent headlines.
Dr. Phil and Robin celebrate the holidays with giveaways worth thousands of dollars, celebrity guests and visits from Santa Claus and Kermit the Frog.
A woman says her mother goes overboard when it comes to Christmas; a woman says she hates Christmas and refuses to celebrate it at all.
The latest in the case of missing 3-year-old Caylee Anthony.
Injured war veterans say their health care is lacking.
Guests seek help fulfilling New Year's resolutions; TV-show host Jim Cramer ("Mad Money") offers a strategy for achieving financial resolutions in 2009.
Robin McGraw discusses her new book, "What's Age Got to Do With It?"; fashion guru Steven Cojocaru gives two women makeovers; creating a spa facial using inexpensive ingredients from the kitchen.
A woman discusses the guilt she feels over the mall shooting police say her son was responsible for; a survivor of the mall shooting tells his story.
A couple seek help for their 15-year-old anorexic son; a 22-year-old man says exercising and calorie counting have taken over his life.
Bishop T.D. Jakes and the cast of "Not Easily Broken" discuss the movie; a couple seek help saving their marriage.
A 21-year-old ingests combinations of 13 prescription and street drugs and is in danger of accidentally killing herself; one of the "heroin twins" celebrates a year of recovery; Dr. Travis Stork discusses accidental overdoses of prescription drugs.
Specialists discuss gender-confused children; a woman's 11-year-old son transitions into a female.
Extreme religious groups; two women travel to a compound to try to rescue their relatives; a brother and sister say they were molested by a group's leader.
In-home cameras capture a man's rage toward his 13-year-old son; a woman says her anger grows with every year, and anyone is subject to her outrageous outbursts.
A 43-year-old man likes to date much younger women; a woman says her husband throws too much stuff away; a woman wants gastric bypass surgery, but her husband opposes it.
Guests discuss the challenges President-elect Barack Obama faces and the qualities he possesses that will help him succeed; the toll stress can take on a president.
Guests discuss the dangers of social networking Web sites such as Facebook and MySpace.
The doctor and his guests discuss their thoughts on the new presidency and what to expect in the next four years; journalist Deborah Norville provides highlights from the inauguration; author Ann Coulter gives her opinions on President Barack Obama.
Guests discuss the Caylee Anthony case and the disappearance of Adam Herrman, a man who was recently reported missing by his adoptive parents, though he went missing 10 years ago.
The doctor counsels a newlywed couple who have knock-down, drag-out fights.
Teens engage in outrageous trends including sending risque texts and posting fighting videos on YouTube.
The doctor counsels newlyweds who are already facing marital struggles.
Couples say their adult children must stop mooching off of them.
The doctor follows up with a woman who has anger issues.
The doctor discusses how to protect one's children from Internet predators.
The doctor counsels divorced parents and their anxious 15-year-old son.
A woman leaves her husband for another man and now lives in a tent; a woman learns her husband was living a secret life for almost a year.
Single men and women debate dating, sex and relationships; a woman says her husband is romantically challenged; the doctor dispels myths about men.
Drug addicts ask the doctor for help changing their lifestyles.
A couple fight constantly about how to parent and discipline their three teenage sons.
Guests debate the ethical questions surrounding the conception and recent birth of a single mother's octuplets.
Guests continue to discuss the controversy surrounding a single mother who recently gave birth to octuplets.
Guests say they need help wowing their spouses for Valentine's Day.
A couple say their 14-year-old daughter dresses too sexy for her age; author M. Gigi Durham ("The Lolita Effect").
Guests say they are paralyzed by fear after experiencing traumas.
McGraw continues his work with six teams across the country competing in a weight-loss challenge.
Guests continue to discuss the controversy surrounding a single mother who recently gave birth to octuplets.
Actor Tyler Perry ("Madea Goes to Jail") discusses how his titular character struggles with anger and unforgiveness; advice for dealing with toxic relatives.
A couple say their 18-year-old daughter has an unhealthy relationship with her boyfriend.ok-TO
Guests tell how they were scammed out of thousands of dollars; protecting oneself from con artists.
Nadya Suleman talks about how she plans to care for her 14 children, and if she will have more children.
Nadya Suleman's interview continues; Nadya's mother, Angela, talks about her daughter's decisions.
Men who say they have trouble keeping up with child-support payments.
Saving money on clothes, utilities and vacations.
Couples who say they have lost their libidos.
A man claims that his wife has been emotionally unfaithful multiple times.
Two rebellious teenagers headed down a dangerous path.
Two rebellious teenagers visit a prison and a morgue.
Gold-digging women reveal their secrets.
Nadya Suleman, single mother of octuplets, sits down with Dr. Phil to discuss the rampant rumors.
Dr. Phil enters the hospital to meet Nadya Suleman's octuplets.
Some women return to violent relationships.
The Kardashian family talks about their biggest family issues, including media scrutiny and sibling rivalry.
Dr. Phil leads a town hall meeting between Nadya Suleman and the studio audience.
Three young couples in unhealthy unions meet Dr. Phil for an intense three-day relationship overhaul.
Dr. Phil continues his work with three young couples who struggle to stay together.
Matchmaker Patti Stanger gives advice on how to find love.
Dr. Phil and Bishop T.D. Jakes tackle the subject of domestic violence.
Guests say their wedding days were disasters and they need help moving on.
Three young couples with children struggle to deal with issues such as trust, domestic violence and infidelity.
An update on the octuplets and their mother, Nadya Suleman.
A discussion of the octuplets and their mother, Nadya Suleman.
The doctor advises parents on how to talk to children about money.
Young women offer sex for money on the Internet.
Three couples work to resolve their issues and start over on their last day in the Dr. Phil House.
Children say their mothers' rage is tearing their families apart.
A follow-up with 14 siblings who say they were abused by their father.
Many reunions with long-lost loved ones turn out joyous, but sometimes the results can be difficult to accept.
Parents and teens discuss the new "sexting" trend, where teens send nude or semi-nude photos via cell phone.
Participants in the doctor's Ultimate Weight Loss Solution challenge return to give updates on their progress.
A teenage mother wants to prove to her family that she is a fit parent.
Author Robin McGraw hopes to show women how to embrace life changes with dignity and grace.
The murder of 8-year-old Sandra Cantu.
A mother of four flees a violent marriage; steps for escaping an abusive relationship.
Dr. Phil counsels a couple with commitment issues; a woman has been divorced seven times; a mother fears her bad marriage poisoned her daughters' view of men.
A profile of the man who has been accused of being "the Craigslist killer."
A self-proclaimed control freak learns what Dr. Phil says is causing her anxious behavior.
Living on less money; making a few extra dollars; finding a job; turning financial ruin around.
Women say their husbands put their dreams of becoming famous before their families.
Teens say they face pressure to be beautiful.
Dr. Phil visits Detroit to talk to families in financial despair.
Dr. Phil teaches parents how to take back control and live in peace for the first time.
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Dr. Phil delves into the anatomy of addiction with two families on the verge of losing it all.
Guests say their mothers go overboard and it is time to back off.
The parents of teen Brittanee Drexel, who vanished while on spring break.
Dr. Phil continues his work with four families who are tired of the fighting and chaos in their homes and are striving to create peace.
A family wants to help a daughter conquer her eating disorder.
Dr. Phil tries to help daughters improve their relationships with their fathers.
The latest dangerous teen trends.
A repeat offender meets mothers of young people who have been killed by drunken drivers; whether DUI laws are too lenient or too tough.
Former police officer Drew Peterson is accused of the murder of his third wife.
Couples say their relationships went from bad to worse after their weddings.
The futures of Drew Peterson's four youngest children.
How to get in shape for summer without going broke.
Dr. Phil offers hope for children in foster care.
Dr. Phil continues his work with four frustrated families in the Dr. Phil House.
Guests discuss California's ban on same-sex marriage.
A pregnant 15-year-old tries to decide whether to keep her baby.
A pregnant 15-year-old reveals whether she is keeping the baby or giving it up for adoption.
The doctor and Bishop T.D. Jakes discuss strategies for staying motivated during uncertain economic times.
The doctor counsels couples on the verge of divorce.
Guests discuss living with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Job recruiter Tony Beshara, financial planner Robert Pagliarini and money guru Mary Hunt help a couple devise a plan to survive the recession and overcome their debt.
The doctor counsels guests struggling to cope with the stress and anxiety of their daily lives.
Families discuss what happens when the woman is the breadwinner; advice for finding a job.
The Jaycee Dugard abduction case.
The doctor follows up with guests confronted personal demons at a retreat.
The doctor counsels a couple who fight nonstop and are on the verge of divorce.
The doctor speaks with mothers in desperate need of parenting help.
Guests say they are tormented by their inability to get pregnant.
A woman says she cannot afford a divorce due to the current economic crisis.
If your friend or family member has an unusual behavior, does that mean he or she is not normal? Dr. Phil’s guests question the extreme behavior of their loved ones and want to know if .. show full overview
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