Phillip is in the Lifeclass audience with his wife Sherrill and her daughter Mary. Phillip, stepfather to Mary's four grown children, says Sherrill is extremely caring but is concerned she is enabling her children when she pays their bills, buys groceries and assists them with other things many adults take care of for themselves. Phillip hopes Steve Harvey can help Sherrill step back so her children can stand on their own. "How can you say no?" Sherrill says. "But I do see that my children see me like a human ATM machine sometimes." Watch Steve's straight talk for Sherrill.
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.
As the parents of seven children, Steve Harvey and his wife, Marjorie, are always on their toes. When the boys wanted cars, Steve says, his boys played him and his wife against one another, and the situation didn't end well. Watch as Steve explains why accountability was a huge life lesson for his sons.
Rai is a take-charge woman when it comes to her career and business, but she says she struggles with the right way to ask the man she's been dating for four months to define their relationship. Steve Harvey, author of the bestselling relationship book "Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man", says Rai needs to get one thing straight before she even starts the conversation.
Dana, a recently divorced mother of three, had some sensual photos taken of herself. 'These pictures really made me feel beautiful and empowered and sexy,' she says. Now, Dana wants to know whether they would be appropriate to post on a dating website.
Mischelle and her husband, DeAngelo, have been sleeping in separate parts of the house for three years. DeAngelo says he's tired of their sleeping arrangement. Watch to find out what tough love Steve Harvey doles out to this couple.
In his book 'Act Like a Success, Think Like a Success,' comedian and talk show host Steve Harvey outlines the different categories of haters to be on the lookout for, including the 'I hate everything hater,' 'the drag-you-down hater' and the 'self-hate hater.' Steve shares a telltale sign you have a hater on your hands and the best way to remove him or her from blocking the path to your dreams.
Is your romantic life on the fritz? Are you wondering which friends can be trusted and which are bad for your health? Dr. Phil offers one-of-a-kind wisdom that could forever redefine the way you see love, marriage, friendship and so much more.
Steve Harvey is a successful stand-up comic, an award-winning talk show host and a popular radio personality. However, one thing that was never on his bucket list, he says, was also becoming a best-selling author. Then, he says, his four daughters began dating.
While at Kent State University, Steve Harvey knew another student who had aspirations for stardom, a man named Arsenio Hall. Six years after flunking out of school, Steve was working at a factory making $8.50 an hour when he saw his old friend on a show called 'Don Kirshner's Rock Concert.' 'I just started crying,' Steve says. Watch as Steve opens up about how his old friend's drive inspired him to make his own dreams a reality.