Pastor Osteen leads Oprah and the audience in a powerful "I am" exercise.
Oprah learned an important lesson from Gavin de Becker, a security specialist.
Oprah looks back at past guests who found their true callings.
According to Greg Behrendt and Amiira Ruotola, authors of the book 'It's Just a F***ing Date,' too many relationships today can be described as 'tweet, tweet, sleep over, break up.' But does that mean you're really dating? Watch to find out why Greg and Amiira say many women speed through the dating process to get clarity on the status of their relationships, lowering their standards along the way.
It's an issue that wreaks havoc among African-American, Asian, Indian and Latin American communities: colorism. What is it, and why has it led to discrimination for hundreds of years? Watch as Oprah and Iyanla Vanzant address the prejudices and misconceptions associated with light and dark skin.
If you're struggling to reach your own potential, it might not be your own limitations you're running up against. Watch as Bishop T.D. Jakes explains how other people's expectations can chain us to lesser lives than we want or deserve. Plus, hear his advice for how to break free.
In 1983, Oprah says, instinct prompted her to move to Chicago to further her career, a decision that led to extraordinary opportunities. Hear how Oprah has followed this sometimes mysterious guide ever since. Plus, Bishop T.D. Jakes breaks down where instinct comes from.
When children act up, we often resort to punishments, such as spanking or grounding, to keep them in line. Clinical psychologist Dr. Shefali Tsabary says such traditional methods of discipline aren't effective, and she lays out a completely alternative path to turning kids into healthy adults. Watch as the award-winning author explains why simply letting the natural consequences of misbehavior unfold may be the most powerful teaching device.
No matter what you do in life, chances are that you're going to encounter someone who wants to bring you down. Oprah and Steve Harvey have encountered their share of haters and have received life-changing advice about how not to let the haters get them down. Here, Oprah recalls the wisdom Dr. Maya Angelou gave her. Then, Steve shares what Tyler Perry told him about the folly of responding to social media trolls.
Sarah from Brisbane, Australia, was tired of dating unavailable men, she says, so she has since shut herself off completely. Now, she wants to know how to let the right people into her life. Watch as Iyanla explains the 90-day rule she believes all women should follow.
You can do it if you're willing to let every step move you in that direction.
Charlene has both good and bad memories of her father before he left in her youth. Now that he's back in her life, she's struggling over whether it's worth working toward a new relationship. Relationship expert Iyanla Vanzant says Charlene needs to ask herself one question: Is she trying to build a relationship with her father or recapture a relationship with her daddy? Find out why all daddyless daughters in this situation need to ask themselves the same thing.
Oprah generously surprised children in South Africa with toys and clothing.
In his new book, 'Life Code,' Dr. Phil outlines the new rules for winning in the real world. Watch as he shares how to avoid being laid off at work.
Good can come from stepping out of the lie of your life.
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