You can't love yourself unless you know who you are separate from your ego.
Since Dr. Gary Chapman's best-selling book The 5 Love Languages was first published more than 20 years ago, millions have discovered which love language they speak. Now, it's Oprah's turn! Watch as she takes Dr. Chapman's quiz for the first time.
Pastor Rick Warren, author of The Purpose Driven Life, says there are two common reasons people do not fulfill their purpose. Watch to find out what they are.
Iyanla says many women fall into the trap of wanting to be a queen among queens.
Relationship expert Iyanla Vanzant says that in order to move on from the pain of not having a father, women need to acknowledge one simple phrase: 'Daddy gone.' From there, Iyanla says, women need to give up the story they've been telling themselves about the past and take responsibility for the next chapter of their lives. Find out how to do this and forgive in the process.
Relationship expert Iyanla Vanzant says fatherless daughters can't fix what they can't face, which is why they need to tell themselves the absolute truth to mend the pain of the past. Find out why Iyanla says acknowledgement is the first step to healing.
One couple in the 'Oprah's Lifeclass' audience have been dating for five years. The boyfriend, a retired Los Angeles police officer, admits that he may be too tough in the way he talks to his girlfriend's teenage son. The problem may be, life coach Iyanla Vanzant says, that parenting parameters haven't been set. Watch as Iyanla and Tyler Perry offer advice on how to find the right tone to use with your partner's child.
Before stepping onto the 'Lifeclass' stage, Bret Michaels is followed by cameras backstage at Harpo Studios. Watch as he shares what he's most nervous about and explains how he wants to help make a change in someone's life for the better.
To unlock our true potential, Bishop T.D. Jakes says, we must tap into the deepest core of ourselves. Watch as he examines why we take the time to study other people's lives but fail to take a long look at our own. Then, find out what Bishop Jakes says we should really be looking for when studying ourselves.
Steve Harvey is a successful stand-up comic, an award-winning talk show host and a popular radio personality. However, one thing that was never on his bucket list, he says, was also becoming a best-selling author. Then, he says, his four daughters began dating.
Comedian, best-selling author and award-winning talk show host Steve Harvey has identified the most ridiculous statement a person can make. What is it? When someone claims not to be a morning person, he says. In this online exclusive clip, watch as Steve shares what he does to greet each day and reveals why dreading every morning blocks potential blessings.
Dr. Shefali Tsabary reveals the dangerous mind-set that's created when children's worth is tied to the 'doing' aspects of life.
If you're caught in a shame spiral, Brene Brown says, there are three things you can start doing today to break the cycle: talking to yourself like you talk to someone you love, reaching out to someone you trust, and telling your story. Watch as Brene shares the number one antidote to shame.
Kim, the single mother of a 6-year-old son, admits that she makes up excuses for her son's father whenever he doesn't call or disappoints their son. Watch as Iyanla Vanzant and Roland Warren, board member of the National Fatherhood Initiative, explain why you can't love someone without being truthful with him. Plus, Roland lays out the three things that all good fathers do.
Jamie Lee Curtis discusses how she found her essential self and her freedom.
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