Oprah and Iyanla Vanzant discuss why women do terrible things to one another.
Lying to your partner or spouse about finances is a recipe for disaster.
Susan and her sons open up about how therapy helped them heal.
How do you open up to someone you don't completely trust? Dr. Brene Brown has a one-word answer: 'Don't.' Watch Dr. Brown explain why vulnerability is our greatest gift and how we shouldn't give it to people who haven't earned it.
Iyanla explains how to work through what she calls "gossip by betrayal."
Cheri Ehrenfeld ignored warning signs that her husband was trying to poison her.
During her more than 10 years studying human interaction, Dr. Brene Brown has found that people commonly conflate vulnerability with 'letting it all hang out.' Well, Dr. Brown says, vulnerability isn't about live-tweeting your bikini wax. Instead, it's about trust, intimacy and connection.
Pastor Warren reveals how a wise player can win the game of life.
Jake Simpson had no idea that Stevie Wonder was about to surprise him!
According to Greg Behrendt and Amiira Ruotola, authors of the book 'It's Just a F***ing Date,' too many relationships today can be described as 'tweet, tweet, sleep over, break up.' But does that mean you're really dating? Watch to find out why Greg and Amiira say many women speed through the dating process to get clarity on the status of their relationships, lowering their standards along the way.
It's an issue that wreaks havoc among African-American, Asian, Indian and Latin American communities: colorism. What is it, and why has it led to discrimination for hundreds of years? Watch as Oprah and Iyanla Vanzant address the prejudices and misconceptions associated with light and dark skin.
When a woman with failing kidneys says she's too tired to dream, Bret and the audience come together to bolster her hope.
If you're ready for a new way of thinking, tune in to 'Oprah's Lifeclass' with Oprah and Bishop T.D. Jakes on Sunday, May 4, at 9/8c.
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.
Watch as Dr. Shefali Tsabary reveals the two things every parent wants. Plus, Oprah shares her thoughts on parenthood.
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