Dr. Phil says that in order to create the life you want, you have to ask yourself three key questions. Watch to find out what they are and get started today!
Dr. Phil says it's important to make yourself the star of your own life. Still, Joey on Twitter wonders how to stay true to her authentic self as a busy mother of four. Watch this sneak peek to get Dr. Phil's answer, and find out the one word every mother needs to learn today.
Oprah and Dr. Phil talk about how to play big and become the star in your own life by defining success, spotting obstacles and selecting the right tools to get what you want.
Oprah Winfrey and Iyanla Vanzant speak with single mothers raising fatherless sons, and help them to overcome the challenges of being an only parent.
After Tanya split with her ex, she was left to raise their two sons on her own. Tanya says she worries most about her 17-year-old son, L.J., who, she says, has shut down emotionally. Now, L.J. stands tall and reveals how he really feels about not having his father in his life.
There are approximately 10 million single mothers raising children in the United States, many of whom have unresolved issues with their exes. Iyanla Vanzant says there are three things every single mom should keep in mind when dealing with the father of her children.
Roland Warren of the National Fatherhood Initiative says there is one way single mothers can ensure financial assistance from an ex. Watch as Roland shares crucial advice. Plus, find out why Roland and Iyanla Vanzant say the heart is the key.
Kim, the single mother of a 6-year-old son, admits that she makes up excuses for her son's father whenever he doesn't call or disappoints their son. Watch as Iyanla Vanzant and Roland Warren, board member of the National Fatherhood Initiative, explain why you can't love someone without being truthful with him. Plus, Roland lays out the three things that all good fathers do.
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.
It's the topic Iyanla Vanzant says she's most wanted to tackle on 'Oprah's Lifeclass.' According to the U.S. Census Bureau, more than 24 million children are living in homes without their biological fathers. Now, with the help of Roland Warren from the National Fatherhood Initiative, Oprah and Iyanla are starting a national conversation. Watch to find out the role a father should play in his son's life, and hear why Roland says fatherless sons are left with a 'hole in their soul the size of their father.'