On this episode of You Oughta Know, Life Coach Olga Perez helps us ease back into a more regular, post-pandemic schedule. Then, we meet a Philadelphia woman who describes poetry as a lifeline during her youth. Holmes hopes her new book, Unfinished helps other teenagers struggling with depression and anger.
You've got to love this "Vogue"-era throwback interview of Madonna doing what she does best ... speaking the truth. In fact, I don't remember hearing the word "ageism" much at all back then. Once again, she's helped pave the way towards equality.
This Funny video has some profound truth.
I find his comedic style funny but most important is his message.
It’s of the comedian Louis C.K. in one of his appearances on the Conan O’Brian Show.
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Below her announcement, Gwyneth had doctors Dr. Habib Sadeghi (whom she's tapped for numerous Goop newsletters) and his wife, Dr. Sherry Sami, explain the Conscious Uncoupling concept at length.
Psychotherapist Katherine Woodward Thomas, who created the concept, “conscious uncoupling,” used by Gwyneth Paltrow in announcing the end of her marriage to Chris Martin, joins TODAY to explain the phrase.