Oprah on being onstage while the Black Eyed Peas sang "I Gotta Feeling."
Oprah's learned that life whispers to you all the time. Are you listening?
If you turn to food, gossip or social media when you're feeling vulnerable, Brene Brown says, you may be numbing yourself to keep from getting hurt. Another type of armor people use, she says, is 'dress-rehearsing tragedy' when things are going well, a mood she calls 'foreboding joy.' Find out why Brene says joy is the most vulnerable emotion people experience.
Dr. Steve Perry says many of the little boys he's worked with over the years are filled with rage. Some of these young men go on to join gangs, but not for the reasons you may think. Watch as Dr. Perry reveals the number one reason boys turn to crime.
Marcus lost 65lbs and Will discovered he had a tumor and is now cancer free.
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.
Michelle shares her feelings of shame and low self-worth with Joel Osteen.
Dr. Phil says there are 16 new rules for winning in the real world, and they hold the secret to creating the life you want. Watch as Dr. Phil runs through the "Sweet 16," and find out why it's so important to get to know your true self.
Kyle grew up not knowing who his father was. When he finally met him, while attending college, Kyle says, his father didn't want anything to do with him. Since then, he says, his relationships with other people have been affected, and he feels that he's not "good enough." Watch what happens when Iyanla asks Kyle what he wants his father to know about him, and what he wants his father to know about how he broke Kyle's heart.
'Oprah's Lifeclass' audience members stand and share their personal experiences with colorism. Watch as two lighter-skinned women explain to Iyanla why they feel discriminated against both inside and outside their communities. Plus, Iyanla and Oprah begin the healing process.
Discrimination within races can be found in many communities. According to Iyanla Vanzant, these beliefs are often so ingrained that many fail to recognize they exist. Find out what she says is the first step to facing colorism.
Casey says that six years ago, she had a brief emotional connection with the ex-boyfriend of her sister, Carrie. Since then, the two sisters have not spoken. Watch as Bishop T.D. Jakes gets to the heart of the issue, which goes all the way back to their childhood, and uncovers what's causing their pain.
Justin's father is now back in his life, and he is trying to determine how much of a relationship he wants with him. His question for Iyanla and Oprah now is this: If he doesn't want a relationship with his father, is it fair to his children to cut those ties as well? Find out why Iyanla says he can't control the relationships other people have. Plus, watch what happens when Iyanla walks Justin through a traumatic memory and helps him realize he is no longer a helpless child.
Oprah is joined in the 'Oprah's Lifeclass' social lab by New York Times best-selling author Brene Brown, PhD, LMSW. Watch as they delve into the power of vulnerability and what that means in your daily life.
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