Oprah reveals the connection between dieting and her relationship with Stedman.
In his early years, NBA superstar Dwyane Wade lived with his mother, who was using drugs, and was surrounded by a gang environment. Moving in with his father at age 9, Dwyane says, changed everything. Watch as he talks about the importance of his father's example and why his father gave him dreams he may never have had otherwise. Then, Dwyane opens up about raising his two sons and his nephew.
Oprah reveals Terry's lesson that could help anyone struggling to forgive.
Advice on how to handle the hard answers we might not want to hear.
A little bit of faith, sometimes as small as a mustard seed, can get you through.
Shelly is a mother who also lost her children at the hands of her ex-husband.
An audience member in the 'Oprah's Lifeclass' Social Lab considers herself old-fashioned and wants to know whether she should ask a man out on a date? Watch as dating expert Amiira Ruotola gives her the script any woman can use to prompt someone to ask her out on his own.
When a big change is on the horizon, it's easy to doubt our instincts. After a number of negative experiences in North Carolina, single mom Tamara made the gut decision to move with her son to Idaho, far from home and her support system. Find out why Bishop T.D. Jakes says Tamara has gained so much more opportunity, even after sacrificing some stability.
The producers think it's a "know better, do better" moment, Oprah doesn't agree.
Oprah reveals what she learned from her beloved cocker spaniel Sophie.
Find out what Tracey learned about listening to her inner voice after that night.
Dr. Brene Brown says that during her study of vulnerability, worthiness and shame, she's learned that being vulnerable isn't about winning or losing; it's about having the courage to show up and be seen. Watch as Dr. Brown reveals the one thing that's more terrifying than opening your heart space.
Why do men leave their children? Oprah wanted to hear from a father who admits to walking away from his. Watch as an audience member named Dwayne explains why he stayed away because he wasn't the man he wanted to be for them. Plus, see how Dwayne helps a fatherless son find some peace.
You can't love yourself unless you know who you are separate from your ego.
When people hold on to the toughest moments of their past, they're shortchanging their futures, Bishop T.D. Jakes says. Watch as Bishop Jakes delivers a speech so powerful, it almost brings Oprah to tears.
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