Oprah has talked to many men and women struggling with the same burden?guilt.
Tara says that like many single moms in America, she tries to be both the mother and father to her two sons. Despite Tara's best efforts, Jordan, her 21-year-old son, says his mom can't teach him how to be a man, but she can teach him how to love. Watch as Jordan shares a powerful personal revelation.
Becoming comfortable with herself allowed her to live the life she was meant to.
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.
Jeannette comes clean about a secret she was keeping: Her parents were homeless.
You can do it if you're willing to let every step move you in that direction.
The title of Pastor Rick Warren's best-selling book The Purpose Driven Life was no accident. Find out why he says everyone's life is driven by something, and why if you live for the approval of others, you will die by their rejection.
Oprah surprises Clemantine and her sister Claire with the gift of a lifetime.
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?
After Tanya split with her ex, she was left to raise their two sons on her own. Tanya says she worries most about her 17-year-old son, L.J., who, she says, has shut down emotionally. Now, L.J. stands tall and reveals how he really feels about not having his father in his life.
Oprah is joined onstage by Bishop T.D. Jakes in Dallas for one of the world's most social experiences on television. Together, they will continue the work of reaching out to the many fatherless sons and daughters who are struggling and in need of healing.
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.
When you're at peace, Pastor Joel Osteen says, you're in a position of power.
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.