Today’s episode of Dr. Phil “Nurse Heather: Saving Lives and Slowly Killing Her Own?” deals with the story of couple John and Heather. Both are suffering from substance abuse issues but Heather’s problems have turned her into a real life version of Nurse Jackie.
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Friday's episode of Dr. Phil showcased the story of Jordan Reichenberger, a 27-year-old street preacher who disappeared off the streets of Austin on Halloween night 2016. His concerned family found Jordan days later in the small town of Wells TX, where the church is located. Residents of the town say it's a regular occurrence for the families of young adults to come there searching for their loved ones.
In recent years, a few reports have emerged about the controversial practices of a small East Texas church that ex-members refer to as a “cult.” The next two episodes of The Dr. Phil Show feature ex-members and their families describing what they went through. One man who appears on the episode airing today, entitled “Accusations of Drugging and Indoctrination: One man’s days inside the controversial Church of Wells,” claims he was “habitually drugged.”
There's finally a happy ending for Cleveland kidnap victim Michelle Knight. The resilient women announced on a taping of Dr. Phil set to air April 24th that she got married two years ago.
Friday’s episode of Dr. Phil deals with the antics of “Truthfully” Trisha Kirley: a woman who live streams her entire life at the cost of almost everything else in a bid to become YouTube famous. Her streaming habits over the past year have led to her making quite a few enemies and stirred up turmoil in her family. She’s very open about having multiple mental and physical illnesses like fibromyalgia and bipolar disorder, and is adamant that her constant streaming helps shed an honest light on what’s its like to live with these disorders. Her detractors say her online behavior is putting herself and others in danger.