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Dr. Oz welcomes legendary singer Marie Osmond to the show. She reveals her real first name and opens up about her struggles with her appearance, body image, and weight.
Singer Marie Osmond describes her relationship with food and reveals what her mother said to her before she died that made her change this relationship.
Marie Osmond opens up about her severe postpartum depression, what it led her to do, and how she was able to start the recovery process.
Marie Osmond talks about the responsibility she feels toward her children, how her own postpartum depression helped her relate to her son’s depression, and why she went back to work so quickly after her son’s death.
In their first daytime television interview, Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus speak out about being kidnapped, imprisoned, and tortured for 10 years in Cleveland, Ohio and how they kept hope alive despite their conditions.
Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus recount details from their daily lives in captivity and open up about how they felt during their 10-year ordeal.
Amanda Berry and Gina DeJesus respond to their captor’s prison sentence and subsequent suicide. Then, psychologist Dr. Robin Smith discusses how people can live through extreme trauma and tragedy.
Amanda Berry reveals how Dr. Oz and The Dr. Oz Show helped her when she was held in captivity in a Cleveland house for 10 years.
The legendary Marie Osmond opens up about how she found the courage and strength to carry on from the biggest crisis of her life, her battle with bulimia, and the day she nearly drove off a cliff. Plus, the Cleveland kidnapping survivors speak out.
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