Tony Robbins' mission is to help people change their lives, but he says he first had to change his own after growing up with an alcoholic, abusive mother. Watch as Tony reflects on a Thanksgiving that turned his life around, and an emotional Oprah shares her own story.
Tony Robbins says any life experiences a number of seasons, but winter doesn't last forever. Watch what he says about how to cope with life's most stressful moments and how you can grow from them.
Four Hasidic wives and mothers from Brooklyn, New York, get personal with Oprah and clear up common misconceptions about Hasidic couples' sex lives
For the first time ever, Oprah travels to Brooklyn, New York, to meet two Hasidic Jewish families, who lift the veil, revealing the secrets to their usually private and mysterious way of life. Watch a sneak preview!
In Part 2 of this all-new Oprah's Next Chapter, Oprah sits down with four Hasidic wives and mothers in Brooklyn, New York, for a no-holds-barred interview about their extremely controlled lifestyle.
The Ginsbergs, a Hasidic Jewish family in Brooklyn, New York, reveal why they agreed to talk to Oprah.
Before Brocha was a Hasidic wife and mother, she was an alternative radio DJ, who says music, TV and media were her life. Find out why she gave it all up for her faith.
The Ginsbergs, a Hasidic family living in Brooklyn, New York, discuss what their faith means to them and why they're striving to make the world a better place.
With no television, Internet access or video game system in the home, Shterna, Toby, Chaya and Brocha, four Hasidic women who have 32 children between them, say their sons and daughters have learned to entertain themselves.
Shterna and Aron Ginsberg, Hasidic parents of nine children with one more on the way, share how humbled they feel when they look around the dinner table.