'Lifeclass with Cindy Crawford' focused on following your true passion in life; however, in order to do so, you first need to ask yourself what that is. During a two-day retreat, Cindy and her friends were asked to reflect on what their answers could be, and she noticed a pattern developing: Women often said their families were their passion. Watch as Cindy explains why exploring this answer further could reveal a deeper understanding of what brings happiness in your life.
When a producer relentlessly pursued her to star in his movie, a 28-year-old Cindy Crawford eventually agreed, thinking, 'Why not?' Then the reviews for her performance started rolling in, and they were not good. To the outside world, Cindy's turn as an actress seemed like an absolute failure. Yet, Cindy walked away from the experience with a greater sense of purpose. Find out why!
As a working mother, Cindy Crawford has become a master of budgeting her time. When an audience member asks how to give herself permission to delegate the day-to-day chores of being a mom, Cindy says to start with the easy stuff. Is getting the right brand of peanut butter worth missing out on what you really want?
When Cindy Crawford married her second husband, the minister asked a simple question that stuck with her: 'What do you need to hear to feel married?' That same question -- What do I need to hear? -- came up again later when a doctor asked whether she wanted to know the sex of her baby before the birth. Watch as Cindy explains how this simple question can be used to make peace with tough decisions or as a way to experience important life moments to the fullest.
In April 2010, Bret Michaels was rushed to the hospital with subarachnoid hemorrhage. Although some people expected him to reinvent his life after the incident, Bret says he chose to 'reinvigorate' instead.
As a diabetic, Bret Michaels says, he has to fight to stay alive every day, whether it's by testing his blood sugar or keeping a sharp eye on his nutrition.
The life of a working musician comes with its own pressures, but as someone with type 1 diabetes, Bret Michaels often deals with a larger-than-average amount of stress. Watch as he explains the most powerful tool he uses to get through the tough times.
It's a question on the mind of many single mothers playing the dating game: When should I invite my partner to meet my children? Watch as actress Kym Whitley and life coach Iyanla Vanzant reveal how to know when you're ready to integrate your love life with your home life.
Zoi, 18, and her mother, Louisetta, have unresolved issues around the abuse the family suffered at the hands of one of Louisetta's previous boyfriends. Haunted by the relationship, Zoi stepped into the role of caretaker for her younger sisters. She continues to keep a watchful eye on her mother's dating life and expresses deep distrust in the men who come into their world. Watch as life coach Iyanla Vanzant helps Zoi and Louisetta find a path to healing.
Malikah, Skyping in from Jamaica, New York, is smitten with her new boyfriend. The only trouble is, she says, she can't get her son and her beau to bond. Watch as actress Nia Long explains why Malikah should back off and let the relationship evolve organically. Plus, Tyler Perry reveals the true language of single men.