Oprah and Iyanla Vanzant discuss why women do terrible things to one another.
Oprah learned an important lesson from Gavin de Becker, a security specialist.
Oprah looks back at past guests who found their true callings.
Find out why he says everyone's life is driven by something.
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.
Tara says that like many single moms in America, she tries to be both the mother and father to her two sons. Despite Tara's best efforts, Jordan, her 21-year-old son, says his mom can't teach him how to be a man, but she can teach him how to love. Watch as Jordan shares a powerful personal revelation.
Good can come from stepping out of the lie of your life.
Oprah and Iyanla Vanzant address an audience of fatherless daughters, who reveal how their lives have been affected by their fathers' absence.
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.
Oprah and Dr. Gary Chapman discuss the languages of love.
Traditionally, fathers are thought of as disciplinarians and providers, but according to our panel of experts, men need to rethink their roles. Watch as Iyanla Vanzant, Geoffrey Canada and Dr. Steve Perry redefine what it means to be a father.
It's a question on the mind of many single mothers playing the dating game: When should I invite my partner to meet my children? Watch as actress Kym Whitley and life coach Iyanla Vanzant reveal how to know when you're ready to integrate your love life with your home life.
Bishop T.D. Jakes is known for cutting to the core of many matters, and now he's demonstrating how to become who we are meant to be. In the 'Oprah's Lifeclass' Social Lab, Bishop Jakes uses an apple to show how we are often surrounded by situations and expectations that prevent us from getting to our true centers. Find out why he says that at the center of everything lie the seeds of our highest potential.
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.
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