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Actress Keke Palmer describes when she first started to notice signs of her anxiety and depression. Plus, she discusses how being a child star affected her emotions and self-image.
Keke Palmer discusses why she is so passionate about music and recounts the struggles she had trying to establish herself in the music industry. She also shares an inspiring message to young girls who are dreaming of a better future.
Keke Palmer’s mother Sharon gets emotional when opening up about the difficulties she had as a manager. Sharon discusses her insecurities in the process and shares how her daughter’s optimism got her to persevere.
Keke Palmer tells Dr. Oz why journaling had a profound impact on understanding herself and her anxiety. She shares why journaling is one way to help you be more mindful in your daily life. Plus, she shows the audience how to do a morning yoga move.
Dr. Oz shows Keke Palmer three foods that can help with anxiety. Keke tastes all of the foods and rates them in a fun game called “Bae or Nae.”
Dr. Oz tells the story of how Jennifer Asbenson got kidnapped and tortured by a serial killer. Then, Crime correspondent Melissa Moore discusses why women can become targets for violent acts such as rape, domestic violence, and murder.
Crime correspondent Melissa Moore gives background on serial killer Andrew Urdiales and discusses just how impossible it is to escape from a killer’s clutches. Then, the woman who survived a serial killer describes how she managed to break free.
Melissa Moore discusses how serial killers evolve throughout the years and how the techniques they hone are perfected over time. She states that Jennifer Asbenson was lucky to survive and probably did so because she threw him off of his routine.
Jennifer Asbenson recounts the horrifying experience of escaping from a serial killer and how hard it was to get people to pull over their cars and help her get to safety.
Survivor Jennifer Asbenson discusses the emotional trauma she went through after being rescued. She talks about how no one believed she was held captive by a serial killer and how that landed her in a mental institution.
Actress Keke Palmer reveals her favorite album, the books she credits for changing her life, what she won’t eat, and more!
Actress Keke Palmer discusses how she came to learn that being an adult really just means you're a kid trying to figure out how the world works.