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.
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.
According to Greg Behrendt and Amiira Ruotola, authors of the book 'It's Just a F***ing Date,' dating in the digital age can make it easier to meet people but more difficult to actually communicate. Find out why Greg says texting allows men to hide behind their fear of rejection, and get Amiira's advice for women who can't stand talking over text.
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.
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.
In his new book, "Act Like a Success, Think Like a Success," Steve Harvey shares a lesson he learned from the late Butch Lewis. "When you are a person who is success minded, you have a wagon that you are pulling uphill," he says. "You are totally responsible for your wagon. You are the only one on rope." Watch as Steve explains what kind of people to have on your wagon and who to cut loose.
No matter what you do in life, chances are that you're going to encounter someone who wants to bring you down. Oprah and Steve Harvey have encountered their share of haters and have received life-changing advice about how not to let the haters get them down. Here, Oprah recalls the wisdom Dr. Maya Angelou gave her. Then, Steve shares what Tyler Perry told him about the folly of responding to social media trolls.
Parenting expert Dr. Shefali Tsabary offers advice to Rachel and Dan, who are triggered by their sons' sibling rivalry.
Becoming comfortable with herself allowed her to live the life she was meant to.
Jeannette comes clean about a secret she was keeping: Her parents were homeless.
Oprah surprises Clemantine and her sister Claire with the gift of a lifetime.
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