Shows This Week

Monday - June 1, 2015

A Daughter on the Brink: Did Mom Push Her over the Edge?

Dana says her 23-year-old daughter, Melanie, is ripping apart their once-peaceful family with her out-of-control behavior that Dana says began five years ago, after Melanie took a hit of ecstasy. Dana says Melanie is a drug abuser who is physically violent and has experienced psychotic hallucinations — including one that involved Michael Jackson telling her to dig up the front yard. What’s at the root of Melanie’s behavior? Melanie admits to experimenting with drugs but says she’s not addicted and hasn’t had a drug-induced psychosis in at least two years — and she blames her mother for pushing her buttons and causing her to lose her cool. Dr. Phil brings this mother and daughter together in search of a resolution. Is Melanie as out of control as Dana says she is, or is Dana stirring unnecessary drama? And, how can this mother and daughter repair their relationship?

 

Tuesday - June 2, 2015

The Secret World of Sugar Babies: A Mother and Daughter Tell All

Rylee, 26, admits she’s a sugar baby and says she has no shame in dating wealthy, married men she meets online in exchange for money and lavish gifts — and three years ago, she even convinced her mother, Tanya, to join her. Dr. Phil sits down with this mother/daughter sugar baby team, who insist they never have sex with their clients. What “services” do they say these men are paying for? And how does their family feel about their lifestyle? Then, Ashley admits she has had a side job as a sugar baby for years but has yet to tell her fiancé, Cesar — and she wants Dr. Phil to help her confess. How will Cesar respond? And, reality TV star Kendra Wilkinson opens up about her husband, Hank Baskett’s, alleged affair with a transsexual. Does she believe the rumors? And, can her marriage survive the turmoil? This program contains strong sexual content. Viewer discretion advised.

 

Wednesday - June 3, 2015

Hypochondriac, High Drama or Really Sick? "My Sister's Illnesses are Destroying Our Family"

Shemida says she has been diagnosed with more than 70 medical and mental health conditions and prescribed more than 80 medications in the past 10 years. She says she’s in so much pain, she can barely get out of bed for more than two hours a day. Shemida’s sister, Dana, believes Shemida is fabricating some of her issues for attention and is purposely avoiding life -- to the detriment of her husband and three children. Could unresolved trauma from her past play a part in what her family calls the “Shemida Saga”? Is Shemida really as sick as she says she is?

 

Thursday - June 4, 2015

Hypochondriac, High Drama or Really Sick? Saving Shemida

Dr. Phil continues his conversation with Shemida and her sister, Dana, who says Shemida’s 70-plus diagnoses are tearing their family apart. Dana says she thinks her sibling is fabricating some of her issues for attention and using them as an excuse to avoid life. Two of Shemida’s children, 18-year-old Sharayah and 16-year-old Sayge, share their very different points of view regarding their mother and living with her illnesses. Dr. Phil weighs in: Is there a reason Shemida might be hiding behind illnesses and medications? And, can Shemida return to health and get her life back? Does she want to?

 

Friday - June 5, 2015

The Night Four Girls Went into the Woods and Only Three Came Out Alive

Dr. Phil takes a hard look at a disturbing trend in the news: Teenagers murdering their best friends. Several cases, including the fatal stabbing of Skylar Neese, have shocked the nation, leaving many to wonder: Why and how could this happen? Hear from a woman who says she lived exactly such a scenario. Karen was just 17 years old in 1985 when she and a friend lured Missy Avila, also 17, to a spot in the woods where her life would ultimately end. Karen, who spent 23 years behind bars for her involvement in Missy’s death, recounts that fateful day. What does she say happened? And, if she could go back, what would she do differently? Hear the message Karen wants to impart to all young girls. Plus, when Shemida first appeared on the show, she said she had been diagnosed with more than 70 medical and mental health conditions and was in so much pain she could barely get out of bed. But her family said they believed she was fabricating some of her issues for attention. How is Shemida doing now?

 

LAST WEEK'S SHOWS

 

Monday
- "An Online Hate Group is Stalking Us and Ruining Our Lives"

Tuesday
- "I Hear Voices in My Head, but I'm Not Mentally Ill! Why Won't My Family Believe Me?"

Wednesday
- Family on Fire: Caught on Tape

Thursday
- Parenting While Intoxicated

Friday
- "I Believe My Cousin is Squandering Her Inheritance on a Love Scam"