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Backstreet Boy Nick Carter joins Dr. Phil with candid confessions from his new book, Facing the Music and Living to Talk About It. The pop star opens up about his chaotic childhood and the pitfalls he experienced with young fame -- including drug and alcohol abuse. What does he say finally made him turn his life around? And, Nick opens up about the overdose death of his 25-year-old sister, Leslie, early last year. Hear why he says he feels partly to blame for her downfall -- and why he didn’t attend her funeral. What does he say he wishes he’d done differently? Plus, 16-year-old Valencia is a high school dropout and runaway, who admits to doing drugs, stealing her parents’ car and driving without a license. She’s also dating David, a man who’s nearly 10 years older, and whom her parents say has no business being with their daughter. Dr. Phil and Nick weigh in -- can they help Valencia see the dangerous choices she’s making? And, don’t miss part two tomorrow, when the teen’s parents confront her boyfriend for the first time.

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In October 2012, then 14-year-old Modern Family star Ariel Winter’s real-life drama made headlines when she accused her mother, Chrystal, of verbal and physical abuse, and she was placed in the care of her 35-year-old sister. In an exclusive, Chrystal, who faces a custody trial for Ariel this month, sits down with Dr. Phil to tell her side of the story. How does she respond to the abuse allegations? Then, Ana says she and her husband, Robin, are on the verge of divorce because of his deceit and reckless control of their finances. Ana says she recently had a minor heart attack after learning that they are $100,000 in debt, with $45,000 in credit card debt and $40,000 in loans she never knew about. She says they lost their business and are about to be homeless. Robin claims that his wife’s control, verbal abuse and violent temper are to blame for his poor financial decisions -- because he was too scared to tell her the truth. Can Dr. Phil help them save their marriage? Dr. Phil enlists the help of Laurie Gerber and Will Craig, spouses and hosts of his son Jay McGraw’s new TV show The Marriage Test, to help save this union.

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In a Dr. Phil exclusive, grieving parents open up about their daughter’s tragic death to help save other teens who may be making dangerous choices online. Jason and Kristine say their 15-year-old daughter, Nichole, was allegedly abducted and killed by a man she had been communicating with on Facebook. The couple shares their heartbreaking story -- and a powerful message for Mary, Jude and 17-year-old Missy, who admits to fearlessly engaging in relationships with random men she meets online. Will their experience make an impact? And, how can Nichole’s parents move forward after such a devastating loss? Then, professional locator Troy Dunn speaks candidly with Nichole’s friends about their online activity. Have they taken additional precautions since losing their friend? Parents: If your child is active on the Internet, don’t miss this important show.

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Mary says she’s worried her 17-year-old daughter, Missy, is seriously addicted to the Internet and fears she won’t turn into a responsible adult. Mary says she’s tried to distract her daughter by buying her a pony and even a donkey, but nothing captures her interest like her virtual world. But when Dr. Phil meets Mary, Missy and Mary’s fiancé, Jude, he discovers a much more serious concern: Missy admits she’s met more than 100 men online, has gotten into cars with many of them at the first meeting and has even invited several of them over to her house while her parents weren’t home. Missy says she doesn’t worry about her dangerous Internet behavior because if nothing bad has happened to her yet, then it probably won’t. What does she say she gets from the online relationships that she doesn’t get from her family? When Mary and Jude hear the details about Missy’s online interactions, will they begin to grasp the gravity of the situation? Dr. Phil gives this family a serious wake-up call. If your child has access to the Internet, this is a must-watch show! And, don’t miss part two tomorrow.

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In 2010, the disappearance of 7-year-old Kyron Horman grabbed headlines across the nation. Now, more than three years later, the case remains unsolved. Kyron’s divorced parents, Kaine and Desiree, say they have long been suspicious of his stepmother, Terri, who was the last known person to see Kyron alive. But she’s never been named a suspect or a person of interest by police. Shortly after Kyron’s disappearance and new allegations about Terri arose, Kaine and Desiree presented a united front with the goal of finding their son. But just a few months later, the two stopped communicating. In an exclusive interview, the parents reunite for the first time on Dr. Phil’s stage. Hear why Desiree and Kaine say they believe Terri may know more than she’s admitting. What do they think may have happened to Kyron -- and why? And, are the parents willing to put aside past differences and work together again? Plus, Pastor Angel Arroyo assisted in the search for three young women who were found in Ohio nearly a decade after they vanished. He has a message of hope for Kyron’s parents -- and the parents of other missing children.

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Self-professed monster in-law Khalood is back -- with shocking news! Hear why Khalood has another bone to pick with Dr. Phil. And, don’t miss the surprising news she says she can’t wait to tell Dr. Phil and his viewers. Plus, is she still feuding with her son-in-law and daughter, Fallon? And, are Fallon and her husband still living in her home? Fallon says her mother is even more meddling and controlling than ever, and it’s making her want to push Khalood away more than ever. Is Khalood’s behavior the only problem, or is there something deeper at play? Hear the heartfelt email that Fallon sent to Dr. Phil -- without her mother’s knowledge. And, don’t miss Fallon’s heart-to-heart with Dr. Phil. Plus, Fallon’s father, Jerry, weighs in. Hear why he says the relationship between Khalood and their daughter is now in a “death spiral.” Is it too late to repair the damage?

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Dr. Phil delves into the dangers of teenage sex and underage drinking -- and how three families have been affected. In Part 2 of his exclusive interview, the 16-year-old girl who claims high school football star Matt and three other classmates raped her at a party opens up about what she says happened that night. Why does she say her peers care more about the accused football players than they do her? Don’t miss Matt and his parents’ reactions to what she has to say. Then, Leah alleges that in 2011, her 15-year-old daughter, Rehtaeh, was raped by four classmates at a party, and that after nearly a year-and-a-half of relentless bullying, the teen took her own life. How could this have been prevented? And what message does Leah have for others in similar situations? Plus, hear from Alexis, who says she too was raped at 15 and “could’ve been Rehtaeh.” What does she say got her through her darkest moments? Don’t miss this powerful cautionary tale for every teen and parent! This program contains strong sexual content. Viewer discretion advised.

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In a Dr. Phil exclusive, a 17-year-old football star accused of rape -- and the alleged victim -- speak out about how one alcohol-fueled night changed their lives in an instant. Matt says he and three friends were drinking at a party nearly nine months ago when the four boys had sex with a 16-year-old classmate. He claims she initiated the encounter and that the sex was consensual. Matt and the three boys are charged with second-degree rape, and Matt says his dreams of getting a college scholarship have been put on hold. How does he describe the events of that night? And, what, if anything, does he say he’d do differently? Then, hear from the alleged victim, who is speaking out for the first time. What does she recall happening that night? And, how has the ordeal impacted her life? Plus, Matt’s parents, Dianne and Mark, insist their son is innocent and say they believe the alleged victim is out for attention. Dr. Phil has a powerful message for the couple. This program contains strong sexual content. Viewer discretion advised.

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The sex addiction controversy: Is it a real disorder or just an excuse for bad behavior? Marcos is a husband and father -- and self-admitted sex addict for over 17 years -- who says he’s had more than 3,000 sexual partners and even began working in the porn industry to satisfy his addiction. His wife, Yvette, says her husband’s betrayal triggered her drinking problem, and soon, she too was having affairs. Yvette claims she’s a “love addict” and is obsessed with meeting men outside her marriage. Is there validity to their claims, or are they just behaving badly? And, can they repair the damage they’ve done and save their relationship? Then, Staci -- another self-admitted sex addict -- says she meets men in seedy hotels, public parks and behind bars just to satisfy her overactive sex drive -- and has never said no to a proposition. She says she has even had sex with a stranger who called her cell phone by mistake. Will she be able to stop her destructive behavior? Then, is sex addiction real? Psychologists Dr. David Ley and Dr. Douglas Weiss weigh in on this controversial topic. This program contains strong sexual content. Viewer discretion advised.

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Troy and Sheesha have been married for two years and admit they have a “volatile” relationship -- with each accusing the other of physical and emotional abuse. Troy claims Sheesha has hit him and head-butted him, while Sheesha claims Troy held a butcher knife to her throat and threatened to kill her. Sheesha also says Troy is controlling and jealous and even dictates to her what she’s allowed to wear. Troy blames Sheesha for his behavior, saying she flaunts herself for others, antagonizes him and insults him. The couple says they’ve talked about divorce numerous times -- so why are they still together? Sparks fly on Dr. Phil’s stage when Troy goes on the defensive. Can this marriage be saved, or should the couple walk away?

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