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O, The Oprah Magazine

October 2019

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English
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Hearst
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o, the oprah magazine

FOUNDER AND EDITORIAL DIRECTOR Oprah Winfrey EDITOR IN CHIEF Lucy Kaylin EDITOR AT LARGE Gayle King DEPUTY EDITOR Deborah Way CREATIVE DIRECTOR Adam Glassman DESIGN DIRECTOR Jill Armus EXECUTIVE EDITOR Amy Maclin MANAGING EDITOR Abigail Greene BOOKS EDITOR Leigh Haber BEAUTY DIRECTOR Brian Underwood WRITER AT LARGE Lisa Kogan EXECUTIVE VISUAL DIRECTOR Christina Weber ARTICLES SENIOR EDITOR Molly Simms HEALTH AND WELLNESS DIRECTOR Corrie Pikul WELLNESS EDITOR Cathryne Keller STYLE FEATURES DIRECTOR Holly Carter ASSOCIATE EDITOR Zoe Donaldson ASSISTANT EDITOR Melissa Goldberg ASSISTANT BOOKS EDITOR Michelle Hart FASHION FASHION MARKET/ACCESSORIES DIRECTOR Robin Beck Nazzaro SENIOR ACCESSORIES/MARKET EDITOR Paula Lee BOOKINGS EDITOR Alicia Bridgewater Lanigan FASHION ASSISTANT Ashley Tucker ASSISTANT TO THE CREATIVE DIRECTOR Elena Odulak BEAUTY ASSOCIATE EDITOR Erin Stovall STYLE CONTRIBUTING STYLE EDITOR Rae Ann Herman STYLE ASSISTANT Raena Loper ADMINISTRATION EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT TO THE EDITOR IN CHIEF Eden Sandlin ART ART DIRECTOR Alexandra Mooney DEPUTY ART DIRECTOR Gillian MacLeod ASSOCIATE ART DIRECTOR Cassie Skoras DIGITAL IMAGE SPECIALIST Carlos Paredes PRODUCTION ASSISTANT MANAGING EDITOR Megan F. Belair COPY COPY CHIEF…

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let it go

Antoni Porowski, COLUMNIST “WHAT’S COOKING?,” PAGE 136 Forgiveness is important to me because…it actually affects my well-being. Holding on to resentments ultimately hurts me more than the person I’m upset with. The most forgiving person I know is…my best friend, Ben. We have a system where we never end the day with unresolved issues. I choose to forgive and forget because…the bigger picture is more important: Love feels so much better than hate. Emily Bernard WRITER “A FAMILY AFFAIR,” PAGE 106 The most forgiving person I know is…my husband. I am constantly awed by his ability to leave the past in the past. I choose to forgive and forget because…I’ve learned there is no other way to live a healthy, happy life. To forgive is to choose to be connected to humanity. I am still…

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face-to-face

Makeup lets you experiment and be whoever you want to be in that moment.—OPRAH When Lizzo’s anthem “Juice” filled the dressing room, the opening line—Mirror, mirror on the wall—was right on cue. There sat Oprah in robe and slippers, occasionally checking her reflection as her trusted glam squad, makeup artist Derrick Rutledge and hairstylist Nicole Mangrum, expertly did their thing. “At this point, they could get me ready blindfolded,” Oprah said with a laugh. Meanwhile, photographer Ruven Afanador was liking the way the glow of the mirror lights framed his subject, and when it came time to shoot, the set was ready with an illuminated vanity that similarly showed off Oprah’s dazzling look. We ask you: What better way to kick off our Fall Beauty O-wards than with a cover close-up…

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when were you glad to be forgiven?

It’s been said that we hurt the ones we love the most, and this mother-daughter relationship was a case in point. It’s not that I didn’t love my mother. I was simply incapable of demonstrating that affection and hated myself for lacking the warmth and vulnerability to show her how much she meant to me. Instead, I voiced my irritation about her weaknesses, my frustration about her inability to get a handle on her weight, and my disgrace over her lack of style and poise. When she was diagnosed with a rare form of cancer and given six months to live, a frenzied sense of guilt welled up in me, and I wanted to make up for a lifetime’s worth of disrespect and insensitivity. As she suffered those long months,…

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your take

Q HOW MANY BEAUTY PRODUCTS DO YOU USE DAILY? 12% ENOUGH TO FILL A DRUGSTORE AISLE 88% JUST A HANDFUL—I’M EASY-BREEZY Q WHICH WOULD YOU RATHER DO ON A FALL WEEKEND? 26% RIDE MY BIKE 74% TAKE A HIKE Q DO YOU BELONG TO A BOOK CLUB? 84% NO, BUT I’D LIKE TO! 16% OF COURSE—IT’S MY FAVORITE NIGHT OF THE MONTH Q HOW DO YOU MOVE PAST A BIG FIGHT? 33% I LIKE TO TALK IT OUT RIGHT THEN AND THERE 67% I NEED MY SPACE FIRST Q HOW DO YOU LIKE YOUR EGGS? 35% IN A PERFECTLY COOKED OMELET 65% SCRAMBLED-FLUFFY AND FABULOUS! WE WANT YOUR TAKE! TO WEIGH IN ON FUTURE TOPICS, FOLLOW US @oprahmagazine BED, BOOK: ALAMY STOCK PHOTO. GETTY IMAGES.…

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here we go!

FOR TWO YEARS I didn’t sleep well. Never a full night. No peace. Restlessness and heart palpitations were my steady companions at nightfall. This was back when I was 48 to 50. I went to see a cardiologist. Took medication. Wore a heart monitor for weeks. And then one day, walking through the offices of The Oprah Winfrey Show, I picked up a copy of The Wisdom of Menopause, Dr. Christiane Northrup’s book, and the pages fell open to the heading “Palpitations: Your Heart’s Wake-Up Call.” I took it as a sign. Contained in that book was the answer I’d been going doctor to doctor trying to figure out. Heart palpitations and sleeplessness were indications that The Change was coming. But no one, including my trusted doctors, had warned me, and…

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