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.
For children raised without fathers, there is a hole in the soul many try to fill with promiscuity, drugs and other unhealthy behavior. However, Bishop T.D. Jakes says, there is a way everyone can fill it in a positive way: by giving what you didn't get. Find out how, he says, fulfilling that role for another fatherless child can help heal your own heart. Plus, learn how to become a father when you didn't have one yourself.
Oprah learned an important lesson from Gavin de Becker, a security specialist.
Look back at the moment when Oprah told Bernadette she was buying her a new home.
Cuddles, a "Seeing Eye" horse gives his blind owner a new lease on life.
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.
Marcus lost 65lbs and Will discovered he had a tumor and is now cancer free.
Oprah and Iyanla Vanzant address an audience of fatherless daughters, who reveal how their lives have been affected by their fathers' absence.
Some people try to control their family environment. That's the wrong course of action, Bishop T.D. Jakes says. Instead, he says, your family should teach you how to love the imperfect and crazy. Watch as T.D. Jakes reveals why the family is love's gymnasium.
Michelle, a light-skinned African-American woman from Maryland, joins the colorism discussion to speak her truth. Watch as she shares an emotional message with all women of color and validates the experiences of those with darker complexions.
Nia Long, one of the stars of Tyler Perry's upcoming movie 'The Single Moms Club,' is no stranger to raising children on her own. She has navigated the dating world for years as a single mother of two boys, and she's learned many lessons along the way. Watch as Nia shares how an awkward moment between her 2-year-old son and a former date taught her that children understand more about adult relationships than we might think.
Casey says that six years ago, she had a brief emotional connection with the ex-boyfriend of her sister, Carrie. Since then, the two sisters have not spoken. Watch as Bishop T.D. Jakes gets to the heart of the issue, which goes all the way back to their childhood, and uncovers what's causing their pain.
Justin's father is now back in his life, and he is trying to determine how much of a relationship he wants with him. His question for Iyanla and Oprah now is this: If he doesn't want a relationship with his father, is it fair to his children to cut those ties as well? Find out why Iyanla says he can't control the relationships other people have. Plus, watch what happens when Iyanla walks Justin through a traumatic memory and helps him realize he is no longer a helpless child.
If you've ever met someone who made the hairs on the back of your neck stand on end, take note: Dr. Phil says bad guys, or BAITERs, possess certain qualities that should spark suspicion. Watch as he goes through the Nefarious 15, methods by which these individuals worm their way into your life.
Tysha finds the courage to confess her truth.
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