Ann says she believes Diane suffers from three personality disorders. "Basically, she's anti-social, meaning no conscience, no remorse—so you can do what you want, and you never worry about it afterward," Ann says. "Secondly, she's histrionic, which I think she's demonstrated this morning, meaning she loves to be onstage. And third, the narcissistic personality disorder means the narcissist feels entitled to whatever he or she wants, and it doesn't matter who gets hurt."
But, Diane says, she does have strong emotions when it comes to her children. "It's very painful," she says. "It's painful knowing that my children are living in an environment and in a world of confusion and pain and not knowing what is going on."
Diane's daughter speaks out for the first time