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1 - Murder in America - Mystery and Murder: Analysis by Dr. Phil

1 - Murder in America - Mystery and Murder: Analysis by Dr. Phil

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“It's time to talk about murder in America,” says Dr. Phil.  

Why do people resort to murder? What causes someone to kill? Learn what a new FBI study says about the “Pre-attack behaviors of active shooters in the United States.” Hear about the traits and characteristics of people who are considered most likely to commit mass shootings and school shootings.

More info: https://www.drphilpodcasts.com/

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Erica Payne

I appreciated that discussion. There is just way too much misinformation going around and too many people who are panicked and causing more hysteria. Information is key to resolving any issue. Do we need tougher gun laws? More mental help? More intervention? Maybe a little of all, or none of the above, but this info will definitely help with making some of these decisions

Sep 10th
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Xi Gilli

Dear Dr. Phil, I know you may not read these yourself; but, I'm pretty sure at least somebody is managing/reading your comments (especially for purposes of statistics of your own, which partly dictate your career). So, to whomever of the Dr. Phil crew is reading this, is there a way to post resource links for the statistics included in the podcasts? I know they can be searched for online; however, even with ALL your team, even you must be aware, that method can be like looking for a specific needle in a needle stack. I don't think I'm the only fan who would be unbelievably grateful for the gesture. Respectfully, and gratefully, Xi

Sep 4th
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Beth O'Brien

Is society getting sicker?

Aug 21st
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Xi Gilli

Beth O'Brien (Btw, wonderful person, and people: I'm SO SORRY! I TRULY didn't mean to write so much. I was just going to humbly disagree. It just wouldn't stop coming out of me.) Not in my humble opinion [which doesn't really matter, in the grand scheme of things, anyway; so, I don't know why I'm bothering replying to this comment at all (except that I've been nearly completely checked out of life for such a long time due to my own health issues that ultimately terminated the fabulous life I had FINALLY just achieved all on my own, following a terribly tumultuous life to that point; derailed whatever life I had planned/dreamed/hoped for whatever adventurous and awesome future I was facing, I thought; and, temporarily, but an entire decade-temporary, stole my soul, both from all the meds I had to take combined with all their side affects and the inability to live and enjoy and do my life in any way, whatsoever, that I used to, and have had to find a way to alter every aspect of my external life just to get back as much of my internal self, "myself," and who I really am at my core, as much as I possibly can so far - but I'm definitely not there yet) and, feel like maybe I should say something every now and then, when I'm passionate about it, anyway]... It's so much deeper than that, I'm afraid. And, it's going to get a whole lot worse before it gets better. It's all a part of evolution, I think. We think we've come so far, and that evolution is something that happened before we got here, and that we've conquered the Earth and expect to conquer the universe. We haven't conquered anything. We're just the top of the food chain now. Evolution never stops, thank God or the universe or whatever started it all. Hopefully, that includes evolution of the mind for us. We have come far, when it comes to mastering the manipulation of materials (that have always been here) and turning them into useful, ingenious things. There's no doubt we can, and will, accomplish whatever we put our minds to. But, it seems (to me) the more knowledge we learn/unearth/discover, the smarter in knowledge we become; however, whatever instincts and biological things (that made us able to achieve things far and above just mere survival, that allowed us to become what we are today) seem (to me) to be disappearing like the glaciers.

Sep 4th
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Renae Hardin

Beth O'Brien Yes

Sep 1st
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Emily Jackson

This might be the years I spent in school...but I'm interested in knowing more about the statistics that were mentioned in this episode? Where did they come from and what was the data collection in building these numbers?

Jul 23rd
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Xi Gilli

Emily Jackson Thank you so much for posting this. I think Dr. Phil mentioned during the podcast that we can verify the statistics by looking them up online. However, I'm not a big fan of that either. Even he knows that all kinds of biased crap comes up if we just Google for statistics for things. That would take longer than listening to the actual podcast. Just because it's a podcast doesn't mean posting your resources isn't possible. Maybe if enough of us ask, he might start?

Sep 4th
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Fido Wood

Emily Jackson good point! I also want to know.

Jul 23rd
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Brooke Pipia

The public needs to know who to call when someone is in crisis. Who will actually do something to detain and evaluate an at risk individual? A pastor or school counselor isn't enough. If a person is a day away from committing mass murder or suicide no amount of talk therapy is enough on an outpatient basis. Unfortunately they won't even be admitted if you take them to the emergency room or call the cops. This is where the gap is in the system. Dr Phil the public needs a flowchart complete with numbers to call to show us how to deal with mental illnesses crisis. The chart needs to be in every Anericans's household.

Jul 19th
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Archie Smith

Brooke Pipia yes, I totally agree!

Jul 19th
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Suzy

omg so many ads !

Jul 18th
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Xi Gilli

Suzy The price we pay, eh? If/When we wish not to pay to play...

Sep 4th
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Autumn_ Fox208

Suzy download Cast Box, there are no ads, at least for me

Jul 24th
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1 - Murder in America - Mystery and Murder: Analysis by Dr. Phil

1 - Murder in America - Mystery and Murder: Analysis by Dr. Phil