Relationship expert Iyanla Vanzant says daddyless daughters have a treasure chest of 'uns': feeling unwanted, unloved and so on. Find out why Iyanla says every daddyless daughter needs to unpack her 'uns' and redefine the story she believes about her life.
When she was 8 years old, Kendall's father came to school to pick up who he said was his daughter and left with his girlfriend's child instead. Since then, Kendall says, she's suffered from a fear of abandonment and has trouble trusting others. Watch as Iyanla works through this hurt with her.
Sarah from Brisbane, Australia, was tired of dating unavailable men, she says, so she has since shut herself off completely. Now, she wants to know how to let the right people into her life. Watch as Iyanla explains the 90-day rule she believes all women should follow.
In the second part of this discussion, Oprah and Iyanla Vanzant address an audience of fatherless daughters who are ready to heal, and coach the women through that process of forgiveness and letting go.
Oprah and Iyanla Vanzant address an audience of fatherless daughters, who reveal how their lives have been affected by their fathers' absence.
When Aveion Cason had a son of his own, this former NFL player and fatherless son was absent in his child's life, continuing the cycle. With Iyanla's support, Aveion's 13-year-old son, Aveion Jr., opens up to his dad for the first time.
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.
Whether you're an absent father or a dad who feels disconnected from his son, Geoffrey Canada says there are concrete action steps you can take to reestablish the father-son bond. Watch as he walks through eight things you can do today.
Dr. Steve Perry says many of the little boys he's worked with over the years are filled with rage. Some of these young men go on to join gangs, but not for the reasons you may think. Watch as Dr. Perry reveals the number one reason boys turn to crime.
Geoffrey Canada and Dr. Steve Perry are renowned educators and loving fathers, but like so many men in America, they grew up as fatherless sons. Watch as they describe how they moved past the pain and taught themselves to be good dads to their own children.