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In Sickness and in Health: "Should I Get a Divorce from My OCD Wife?"

Brian says his wife, Laura’s, OCD is taking a huge toll on their relationship and family, so much that he is contemplating divorce. Laura says she has a list of 91 different fears and rituals, which have turned her life upside down. How can Laura manage her OCD and reclaim her life?
  • Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD): Definitions
  • Tuesday
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    Was It Child Abuse, or Was It an Accident?

    Brenda and Josh say their baby, Naomi, was taken from them after Josh was accused of child abuse. The couple claim Naomi accidentally fell from Josh’s lap, but he ultimately was convicted of second-degree child abuse. Dr. Phil discusses the case with Brenda and Josh, who appears via satellite from prison. What might have happened to Naomi?
  • When You Are Wrongly Accused
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    A Father Accused: Who's Telling the Truth?

    Megan, 24, claims six years ago, her father, Robert, raped her while she was passed out after a night of partying. Robert says Megan is absolutely lying and has fabricated this disgusting accusation. Robert and Megan both take a polygraph test -- what will the results reveal?
  • What to Do If You Are Raped
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    A Family Divided over an Unsolved Murder

    In August 2009, Penny’s 40-year-old sister, Shannon, was the victim of a homicide, and the case remains unsolved. Penny faces her father, Ted, for the first time in two years and drops a bombshell: She believes he hired a hitman to kill Shannon. Ted vehemently denies having anything to do with Shannon’s death — how will he react to Penny’s accusation?
  • Experiencing Grief after Loss
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    Pretty Little Mean Girls

    Dr. Phil tackles one of the most dangerous trends affecting young adults today -- cyberbullying. Twenty somethings Kalista, Shelby and Shayna say they all have been victims of cyberbullying at the hands of Taylor, 20. Taylor says she’s just defending herself. Are they all ready to unplug and end the animosity -- before someone is pushed too far?
  • Anti-Bully Movement Resources
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