Oprah Winfrey is helping fans bounce back – and spring forward – after a tough year with her upcoming virtual event.
“I’ve been thinking a lot about resilience lately,” Winfrey says. “And, sometimes people think resilience is like bouncing back like you’re some kind of nerf ball. But it really is about absorbing the difficult moments, knowing that they’ve changed you, but moving forward anyway with a resolve to make it through.
“Springing forward is about resilience and being bold enough to imagine your healthiest, most well life even as you are still processing everything we experienced this year,” Winfrey says.
Joining Winfrey at the free and interactive event is multi-hyphenate Drew Barrymore, as the two discuss what the past year has taught them about resilience and Barrymore’s experience as a mom of two children: Olive, 8, and Frankie, 7. Therapist and host of the “In the Light” podcast Dr. Anita Phillips will also sit down with Winfrey at the upcoming event.
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