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Gayle King: Press Pass to Life

Gayle King: Press Pass to Life

Update: 2019-05-1442
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Gayle King is a voice of reason, calm and love who has been in our lives for decades now. We count on having her there in the morning to inform us, lead us, entertain us and get the positive vibes flowing bright and early. When the news is bad she’s great and when the news is good she’s even better. A beloved radio host, she’s also one of the most successful names in television journalism and one of the most trusted and respected. King interviews top newsmakers and delivers original reporting to CBS THIS MORNING and all CBS News broadcasts and platforms. She is also Editor-at-Large of the award-winning O The Oprah Magazine. Since joining CBS News in 2011, King has conducted revealing and news-making interviews with world leaders, political figures and celebrities. Among her numerous awards are three Emmys and the American Women in Radio & Television’s Gracie Award for Outstanding Radio Talk Show. When they say “it couldn’t happen to a nicer person” they’re talking about Gayle King. She's one of those people who keeps us connected to honesty, truth and decency, and for that she is more valuable than ever before, and why we want her here on Phil In The Blanks.

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Marion P. Buren

Gayle King is a favorite of mine...and it is so interesting that she and Dr. Phil and Dr. Oz have all gone on to shows of their own. Oprah was fun to watch on her show those many years ago!

Jul 10th
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Cindy Brown

Hi Dr. Phil & Gale why can't I see this video

Jun 27th
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Irene Otavnik

why can't I see the video

Jun 27th
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Donna Blase

why can't I see the video

May 29th
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Phil in the Blanks Podcast

Donna Blase For podcast videos go to Dr Phil Youtube Channel: http://bit.ly/2wNA5lX

Jun 11th
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J. S.

Well, I think it's a shame that right in the beginning of the podcast people are actually denied their feelings or the expression thereof. I was growing up with an abusive mother that would constantly remind me about how I had absolutely no right to suffer or feel bad or feel down for no reason whatsoever, because HER life had been so much worse in comparison. I still suffer (oh, the irony) the consequences today, think that my feelings do not have a right to be there, always put myself in submissive positions, even towards strangers, deny myself every right to be happy. To hear this in a (psychological) Podcast really doesn't sit right with me at all. I also think, that for all the inspiring things Maya Angelou said, there is also a lot of one-sided stuff by her that I find harmful and not okay at all. It would be great, if we could stop overhyping things and persons and find a middle ground somewhere. The example of what Maya Angelou said as was quoted in this Podcast, I find absolutely HORRIBLE ('overexaggeration' absolutely intended) for the above stated reasons. Let people have their feelings and the right to express them as well. Bottling up stuff - when was it ever helpful? Motivation works differently, in my opinion..

May 21st
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Tammy Weber

I didn't believe Ford.

May 21st
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Tammy Weber

I agree that people need to listen more and not worry about losing their jobs because your on the left or right!

May 21st
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Gayle King: Press Pass to Life

Gayle King: Press Pass to Life