Oprah knows for sure that you don't always become what you want, and most times in life, you don't even get what you want. Watch Oprah explain how no matter what happens to you, faith will get you through.
Susan and her sons open up about how therapy helped them heal.
Bobby grew up on the West Side of Chicago without a father. While his mother worked, Bobby says, he got into drugs, became involved with gangs and eventually ended up in prison. Looking back, Bobby believes having a father would have made a big difference in his life. Iyanla has one important lesson for Bobby and other fatherless sons: 'You didn't do anything wrong.' Watch as Iyanla explains why men like Bobby must stop telling themselves the what-if stories about how their lives would have been different with a father.
Oprah looks back at past guests who found their true callings.
Oprah and director Tom Shadyac say being assertive isn't a negative way to live.
'Lifeclass with Cindy Crawford' focused on following your true passion in life; however, in order to do so, you first need to ask yourself what that is. During a two-day retreat, Cindy and her friends were asked to reflect on what their answers could be, and she noticed a pattern developing: Women often said their families were their passion. Watch as Cindy explains why exploring this answer further could reveal a deeper understanding of what brings happiness in your life.
As a diabetic, Bret Michaels says, he has to fight to stay alive every day, whether it's by testing his blood sugar or keeping a sharp eye on his nutrition.
Clinical psychologist Dr. Shefali Tsabary has made her name by calling for a radical restructuring of the parent-child relationship. She proposes that rather than seeing children as our subordinates, we should view them as mutual teachers. Watch as Dr. Shefali explains why she believes altering the way you communicate with your child could have an enormous ripple effect across subsequent generations.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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