‘I have no goal. I have no passion. I feel unworthy to be alive ‘, says 32 years old

Taylor says that growing up, she was known throughout the Midwest for her dancing skills. She says that at age 18 she moved to Los Angeles to pursue a career in dance, but it was a “disaster”. “I had very low self-esteem because when I moved to LA I was bad compared to everyone,” Taylor says. “It ruined me. It got out of hand pretty quickly with the binge eating, purges, and laxatives. Taylor says she moved home with her mom and started making changes, including going into therapy, where she claims she started having a memory of PTSD. “All of a sudden I started screaming and crying and I fell to the ground, and it was like a movie playing in front of me. That memory of my dad sexually assaulting me when I was little, ”Taylor says. Taylor’s father Larry vehemently denies the allegations. “I’m trying to figure out how to be in this world. I just feel guilty for being alive. I’m so confused, ”said the 32-year-old. “I feel like an 8 year old little girl in an adult world.” Dr. Phil asks Taylor, “When you say you’re overwhelmed and exhausted, hopeless, anxious and depressed, what about?” Listen to his response in the video above. In Monday’s episode, “My Spoiled Daughter Falsely Accused Me of Sexual Abuse,” listen to what Taylor’s mom says about her daughter’s behavior. Then on Tuesday, “What’s behind Taylor’s alleged flashbacks?” Dr. Phil wonders if the mother and daughter may be in a dysfunctional relationship, which could prevent Taylor from healing. And, Larry insisted on taking a polygraph to prove his innocence. See what the results reveal. Check out the local listings to see where you can watch. WATCH: Does a woman believe her 32-year-old daughter claims she was assaulted by her father? TELL DR. PHIL YOUR STORY: Desperately in need of Dr. Phil’s help?