Bill Ferguson is a relationship guru and author who says it’s never too late to reconnect with who you really are. After starting his career as a divorce attorney, Ferguson found fame as a lawyer who could take the conflict out of splitting up.
Justin Halpern launched an entire media career off of a Twitter feed. The man behind the hilarious “$#*! My Dad Says” is back with a new book and this time, he’s making fun of himself and his poor track record with women.
Like millions, Quin Bommelje is a big fan of the dance competition shows on TV. She convinced her husband to sign up for lessons with her, but now, the woman who couldn’t dance, is waltzing her way to the winner’s circle in top competitions.
For years, Sharyn Wolf felt trapped. She had a secret that could destroy her career. Sharyn was one of the nation’s most recognized and celebrated marriage counselors — and her own marriage was failing.
Nothing can hold you back in life like a bad relationships and nothing else can make you soar like a good one. Best-selling author Lisa Oz helps you discover your “authentic self,” which she says will have ripple effects on EVERY relationship.
This is the story of a man trying to find himself and fighting through heartbreak. After the death of his wife, he found peace through running, and in turn, became one of the world’s top endurance runners and adventurers.
You put time, energy and focus into finding a job or a new place to live, so why wouldn’t you do the same to find your soulmate? Find out how to manifest the love of your life rather than just waiting for them to show up.
One moment Carolyn and Chad Moor were celebrating their love. The next, he lay dying, the victim of a hit-and-run car accident. During their final moments, Carolyn made three promises that she’s spent many years and tears trying to keep.
When Virginia Ferrigno’s husband, Bill, died, she wondered if her life was over, too. For 61 years, he was her everything. Take :60 and see how Virginia offers an optimistic lesson on what it takes to go on.
Driven by a fear of failure, Michelle Valentine learned to light the spark of passion, not just in herself, but in others as well.