3. Eat, Pray, Love. Author of Eat, Pray, Love Elizabeth Gilbert told Oprah she was a failure at marriage but in her search for herself, she realized that the institution of marriage isn't a "rigid box" but rather an ever-changing, evolving, shifting institution that women shouldn't give up on. Both Gilbert and Julia Roberts, the actress who played Gilbert in Eat, Pray, Love, sat with Oprah to talk about life and love.
2. 101 Romantic Ideas. Well, the audience didn't hear all 101 on the show, but author of 101 Romantic Ideas, Michael Webb, revealed to Oprah some great ideas for couples to spice up their relationship. These include romantic getaways to bed and breakfasts and dancing.
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1. Love letters. Perhaps the greatest love we've ever seen on Oprah has been the relationship she's had with you. And you. And you. Her final show was a love letter to her audience, the same audience whose genuine kindness, affection, trust and validation has shown the host what love is. Her audience and her show have been the great loves of her life, and they have made every step of the way worth it. Complete This Sentence: The Best Love Lesson Oprah Taught Was...
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