Pastor Osteen leads Oprah and the audience in a powerful "I am" exercise.
Have you ever felt that you don't receive enough love and support from your friends and family? Well, Bishop T.D. Jakes says, you may be a '10-gallon person' with a large capacity for love. Watch as Bishop Jakes explains what happens when someone with 10 gallons of love to give is born into a family of people who have pint-size capacities.
Oprah and Iyanla Vanzant discuss why women do terrible things to one another.
Tererai is the perfect example of why it's never too late to become your dream.
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.
Iyanla explains how to work through what she calls "gossip by betrayal."
Kelly Hurliman, Oprah's personal stylist, says she's passionate about 'The 5 Love Languages,' a book written by marriage and family expert Dr. Gary Chapman. Watch as Kelly shares how discovering her husband's primary love language, acts of service, improved their marriage.
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.
Oprah and director Tom Shadyac say being assertive isn't a negative way to live.
Jake Simpson had no idea that Stevie Wonder was about to surprise him!
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.
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.
In 1983, Oprah says, instinct prompted her to move to Chicago to further her career, a decision that led to extraordinary opportunities. Hear how Oprah has followed this sometimes mysterious guide ever since. Plus, Bishop T.D. Jakes breaks down where instinct comes from.
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.
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