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Dr. Phil full episode: When Being Daddy’s Girl Goes Too Far

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In part 1 of two episodes, Dr. Phil meets Cheryl, her ex-husband, Dave, and their youngest daughter, Stephanie, who say oldest daughter, Cassie, has been a drug addict and an alcoholic for years and needs an intervention. One source of contention is the allegation that Dave not only did drugs with Cassie but also received money from her that she admittedly earned through prostitution. Dave counters that, despite using drugs with Cassie twice, he did not encourage Cassie to be a prostitute and he gave back the money Cassie earned through prostitution. Dave contends that he is actually fighting for Cassie’s sobriety and has helped save her life by giving her a home to live in. Things take an uncertain turn when Cassie decides to leave the studio one hour before the taping and runs down Melrose Avenue to a liquor store with staffers chasing her. Will Cassie ever make it to stage to talk to Dr. Phil?

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Dr. Phil full episode: Will Cassie Keep Running or Will She Finally Meet Dr. Phil? - Watch Dr Phil full episodes online free May 2020 -

[…] In part 2, Dr. Phil finally meets 28-year-old Cassie, who admits to being a drug addict since high school and using drugs with her father, Dave, in the past. Cassie ran out of the studio one hour before taping, with staffers chasing her, to buy alcohol. So, is Cassie really ready to be sober?[Get caught up on part 1.] […]

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Alms August 2020 -

So do you have a follow up about Kaylyn and how her rehab has went? Did she complete her program and how is she doing now

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Alms August 2020 -

So do you have a follow up about Kaylyn and how her rehab has went? Did she complete her program and how is she doing now?

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Paul Dent August 2020 -

America is a nation descended from immigrants from all over the world and tends be shy about asking whether a medical or mental problem is correlated with ancestors’ origins, except in a few cases such as sickle cell anaemia which are nit so stigmatizing.
In the case of alcoholism though, it is genetically inherited and investigating a person’s ancestry to determine if a person had alcoholics in their family tree could avoid the mistake of thinking it is “learned” behavior that can be unlearned, or a product of environment that can be cured by altering their enviroment, when in fact they need to understand that their disease is genetically predetermined and that the only solution lies in their total abstinence.

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Debra Seitz August 2020 -

Where is part 2?

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