Since her attack, Christine has changed both physically and mentally. Will she ever be able to stop living under constant anxiety and fear?
UP NEXTFacing Trauma: Living in Fear
UP NEXTFacing Trauma: Beauty Shines Through
UP NEXTFacing Trauma: A Visit with Friends
UP NEXTFacing Trauma: Time to Move On
UP NEXTFacing Trauma: Healing from Scars
UP NEXTFacing Trauma: Fractures
UP NEXTFacing Trauma: I'm Wounded But Not Down
UP NEXTMy Strange Addiction: Pillow Talk
UP NEXTMy Strange Addiction: Huffing Gasoline
UP NEXTMy Strange Addiction: 19-Foot Fingernails
UP NEXTMy Strange Addiction: Bathing in Bleach
UP NEXTMy Strange Addiction: Teddy Bear Babies
UP NEXTMy Strange Addiction: Plastic Snacks
My Strange Addiction: Eating House and Home
Single mom, Nicole, is literally eating her home and has been addicted to eating drywall for over seven years.
My Strange Addiction: Wife Eats Deceased Husband
Casie copes with her husband's sudden death by carrying around his urn and eating his ashes.
My Strange Addiction: Noshing on Rocks
Teresa eats about two pounds of rocks each day and has no plans to give up this lifelong addiction.
My Strange Addiction: Huffing Gasoline
For the lasts 30 years, Theresa has been addicted to smelling gasoline. She satisfies her craving by smelling the toxic substance every 10 minutes.
My Strange Addiction: 19-Foot Fingernails
Jazz considers her 19 feet of fingernails to be her prized possession.
My Strange Addiction: Woman Addicted to Hairless Rats
Meet a woman who has unconditional love for her 52 hairless rats.
My Strange Addiction: Million-Mile Ride
Tom spends eight hours a day, seven days a week, riding his bike.
My Strange Addiction: Woman Eats 3,000 Dryer Sheets
The tempting clean scent of dryer sheets creates an appetizing aroma Charmissa can't resist.
My Strange Addiction: Woman Addicted to Dead Animals
Meet Divya, a fashion designer who loves taxidermy.
My Strange Addiction: Teddy Bear Babies
Krista treats her 12 teddy bears as if they were real children.
My Strange Addiction: Pillow Talk
Since she was four years old, Tamara has carried around her pillow. Now, as an adult, she can't live without the comfort.
My Strange Addiction: Plastic Snacks
Kailyn is only 18 years old, but she consumes a huge amount of plastic objects every day.
My Strange Addiction: Bathing in Bleach
Gloria is so obsessed with bleach that she takes a "bleach" bath every morning.
My Strange Addiction: An Adult Baby
Riley, a 25-year-old woman, loves the feeling of dressing like a baby, so much so, that she does it on a daily basis.
My Strange Addiction: In Search of Wet, Slimy Hair
Evan can't resist cleaning his friends' shower drains in search for long, brown, slimy hair.