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Dr. Phillip C. McGraw's show draws on his 25 years of experience in psychology, sociology and observation. Beginning his TV career as the resident expert on human behavior on Oprah Winfrey's daily talk show, Dr. Phil continues to deal with real issues in his blunt style.

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Dr. Phil offers advice on how to overcome stress and anxiety about the coronavirus pandemic and develop a healthier and fact-based perspective.
aired 2 days ago
Dr. Phil speaks with parents and teens from around the country, answering crucial questions about living and parenting under quarantine.
aired 3 days ago
Sharon and Robert say their 25-year-old son is so violent and explosive that they are afraid he might follow through with his repeated threats and kill someone.
aired 3 days ago
Tyler's grandmother was a mystery to him after having walked out of his father's life when he was just a toddler; Troy Dunn ("The Locator") reunites him with family members he didn't even know existed.
aired 4 days ago
Audio recordings of former sandwich-shop spokesman Jared Fogle, 38, talking about having sex with minors; a journalist says she secretly taped him for years as part of the FBI's investigation and tried to save more children from his grasp.
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Sheri says that when she snooped through her daughter's cellphone she discovered that the young woman has been keeping many secrets and telling many lies.
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Bobby and Renna say their son, Cameron, was a local hero in their small town, until injuries, surgeries and pain pills destroyed his athletic career, and now he is a heroin-addicted criminal; the parents are not on the same page on how to save him.
aired 5 days ago
Vicky says she avoids interacting with her 23-year-old sister, Valerie, because she has full-blown mental breakdowns and angry outbursts almost daily; Valerie says no one understands how debilitating her daily struggle with anxiety is.
aired 6 days ago
Part two of an interview with 29-year-old Burke Ramsey, brother of child murder victim JonBenét Ramsey; tapes of him being interviewed by a psychologist soon after his sister's death.
aired 7 days ago
Linda enables her 32-year-old son, who is addicted to prescription pills, has an expensive gambling problem and has spent time in prison for drug trafficking.
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Jessica says her weightlifter mother is lying about being sick with stage-three brain cancer to gain sympathy and attention.
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Carl is boycotting his daughter Lisa's upcoming wedding because of an inheritance squabble and says he doubts he is her real father.
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Three 20-somethings say they have all been victims of cyberbullying at the hands of one young woman.
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Tracy thinks her sister's boyfriend may have sexually abused her sister's two granddaughters, but the couple say the children's mother coached them to lie.
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Guests want to lose weight, but their loved ones are making it more difficult.
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Former guest Andee says she completed 90 days of drug rehab, then relapsed and is now worse than ever.
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A 17-year-old girl is sentenced to 23 years behind bars for luring a friend into the woods and killing her; Shemida, whose family accuses her of fabricating health problems for attention, returns to the show.
aired 8 days ago
Family members of Eric Garner, who died after being put in a chokehold by a police officer; the mother of Michael Brown, who was shot and killed by an officer in Ferguson, Mo.; NFL player Ben Watson; college students say they were racially profiled.
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Dr. Phil continues his efforts to get Todd Herzog ("Survivor: China") the lifesaving treatment he needs; an update on "Homeless Joe," who was offered help for his alcoholism on an earlier show; former Ariel Castro captive Michelle Knight.
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The family of Todd Herzog ("Survivor: China") say he has fallen off the wagon and must return to the show for another alcohol-addiction intervention.
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A woman says she wants her own fashion empire and is willing to ruin relationships to get it; a 20-year-old quits his job to become a YouTube star; a man says his goal is to be an internet "influencer" and create his own skin care business.

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