Dr. Brene Brown says that during her study of vulnerability, worthiness and shame, she's learned that being vulnerable isn't about winning or losing; it's about having the courage to show up and be seen. Watch as Dr. Brown reveals the one thing that's more terrifying than opening your heart space.
Dr. Brene Brown shares the story of a young man who once told her that her TED talk about vulnerability inspired him to profess his love to his girlfriend. She responded by saying they should date other people. Find out how this man turned rejection and heartbreak into a lesson in daring greatly.
Oprah is joined in the 'Oprah's Lifeclass' social lab by New York Times best-selling author Brene Brown, PhD, LMSW. Watch as they delve into the power of vulnerability and what that means in your daily life.
Motivational speaker DeVon Franklin warmed up the audience at the MegaFest 2013 'Oprah's Lifeclass' taping with a story of his humble beginnings in Hollywood. Watch as DeVon reveals how faith in God's plan for his life helped him reach even his loftiest goals.
Brad says he hasn't spoken to his father in three years. The two men stopped speaking after words were exchanged during a heated family dinner. Now, Brad and his wife, Christie, are searching for a way to mend the broken relationship. Watch as Bishop T.D. Jakes helps Brad find the right words.
Some people try to control their family environment. That's the wrong course of action, Bishop T.D. Jakes says. Instead, he says, your family should teach you how to love the imperfect and crazy. Watch as T.D. Jakes reveals why the family is love's gymnasium.
When people hold on to the toughest moments of their past, they're shortchanging their futures, Bishop T.D. Jakes says. Watch as Bishop Jakes delivers a speech so powerful, it almost brings Oprah to tears.
Bishop T.D. Jakes' discussion about children and their expectations of their parents strikes a nerve with Oprah. Oprah says she's had to learn to meet people, including her own mother, where they are and love them at the level they can receive it. Watch as Oprah and Bishop T.D. Jakes explain why fixating on your ideal family could harm your relationship with your real family.
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.
Casey says that six years ago, she had a brief emotional connection with the ex-boyfriend of her sister, Carrie. Since then, the two sisters have not spoken. Watch as Bishop T.D. Jakes gets to the heart of the issue, which goes all the way back to their childhood, and uncovers what's causing their pain.