The Wife of a Serial Cheater Explores Why She Stayed in the Marriage || When Thelisha Henry's husband, Dwight, had a baby outside of their marriage, everything about their relationship changed. His infidelity, drinking, drug use and frequent disappearances after any argument left her completely numb—and left their entire family in crisis. So, the Henrys turn to Iyanla for help, and during a one-on-one conversation, Iyanla questions Thelisha about what has kept her in such a tumultuous…

The Wife of a Serial Cheater Explores Why She Stayed in the Marriage

Life coach Iyanla Vanzant questions her guest Thelisha about what has kept her in a marriage with a man who has cheated, abused drugs and treated her poorly.

Jen has battled obesity her whole life. However, after shedding almost 200 pounds through weight loss surgery, she still could not overcome feelings of inadequacy, fear and anxiety. Although she had hoped being much thinner would be the cure, Jen could not shake feeling alien in her own body.  When filmmaker Jonas Elrod visits Jen in Utah, he gains a deeper understanding of her journey—and the healing process that must start from the inside.

This Woman Lost 200 Pounds—but Still Felt Miserable

Losing weight is not the only answer to better self esteem, and this woman proves it in losing 200 pounds--and still feeling unhappy with herself:

When Tim McGraw decided to pursue music as a career, he had no intention to hedge his bets. He dropped out of school, sold everything he could and bought a bus ticket to Nashville. Find out why this was the only path he could see for himself. Plus, Tim reveals what his mother had to say about his plan.

Why Tim McGraw Sold Everything He Had to Jumpstart His Career

When Tim McGraw decided to pursue music as a career, he had no intention to hedge his bets. He dropped out of school, sold everything he could and bought a bus ticket to Nashville. Find out why this was the only path he could see for himself. Plus, Tim reveals what his mother had to say about his plan.

Growing up, entertainer Lionel Richie was told by one of his teachers that he had a serious problem: He was too sensitive. Instead, Lionel saw his sensitivity as a gift, using it to write some of the most iconic love songs of all time. Find out why Lionel says there are no other words to replace the simple phrase "I love you."

Lionel Richie: The 3 Words That Will Never Go Out of Style

Growing up, entertainer Lionel Richie was told by one of his teachers that he…

Legendary actress Cicely Tyson, known for her roles in film and television series like Roots, Sounder and The Help, says she decided early on that her work would be more than a job: She would use her opportunities to help make a difference. Watch why Cicely is more determined than ever to effect change.

Exclusive: How Cicely Tyson Fights to End Racism in America

"I never dreamed that in 2014 we would still be running up against racism," legendary actress Cicely Tyson says.

Since 2003, Emmy Award-winning comedian Ellen DeGeneres has danced her way into the homes and hearts of millions of viewers. Long before the premiere of her daytime talk show, however, Ellen was known as a trailblazer.  In 1997, Ellen became one of the first stars of a primetime series to come out as gay in a very public way. Weeks later, her hit show was canceled, and the media backlash she faced was fast and furious.

How Tough Times Taught Ellen DeGeneres Her Most Important Lesson

In this Master Class clip, Ellen shares how tough times taught her the greatest lesson of her career:

When music icon Smokey Robinson was 40 years old, he began abusing drugs. For two and a half years, he says he was on a drug trip that left him looking like a walking corpse. In this clip, Smokey reveals talks about the moment that inspired him to break free from his addiction.

At 40 years old, Smokey Robinson began abusing drugs. One morning, he walked into a storefront church for guidance, and upon walking out, he was free from addiction. Hear his encounter:

As evening falls upon the House of Healing, the eight woman, who have been working intensely through their pain and anger, appear ready to put into practice everything they've been learning. To this end, Iyanla has arranged a cocktail party for the ladies, which will include a few surprise guests: four black men who date outside their race and four white women who only date black men.

The Women Are Put to the Test at a Racially Charged Mixer

As evening falls upon the House of Healing, the eight woman, who have been working intensely through their pain and anger, appear ready to put into practice .

Spiritual teacher Iyanla Vanzant helps a woman release the pain she has been holding in for years.

Chrystale Releases Years of Anger in an Emotional Breakthrough

Spiritual teacher Iyanla Vanzant helps a woman release the pain she has been holding in for years.

After a busy day of revealing exercises and emotional sessions to explore what's really at the heart of their anger, the women of the House of Healing retire indoors to relax before attending a mixer at the house with some surprise guests.  Those guests include four black men who do not date black women. Before everyone gets to mingle, three of the men meet with Iyanla to talk about why they avoid dating within their race. To camera, the men explain themselves with unflinching honesty.

3 Black Men Explain Why They Don't Date Black Women

Before the women of the House of Healing attend a cocktail party, three of the men who will be there meet with Iyanla to talk about why they avoid dating within their race. Watch as the men explain themselves

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