Oprah Winfrey Speaks on Painful Childhood and Perseverance in Throwback Post

Oprah Winfrey Speaks on Painful Childhood and Perseverance in Throwback Post

- Oprah Winfrey gave some powerful wisdom about making it through her very difficult and painful childhood

- The talk show host took to Twitter to speak about how perseverance and strength got her to where she is today

- Oprah also thanked Dr Bruce Perry, who helped her with writing her best selling book titled What Happened To You

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Talk show veteran Oprah Winfrey took to social media to talk about the hardships she's experienced as a child and where she is now. Oprah posted a picture of herself as a child and told a story about how she didn't know if she would make it through the pain.

"I could weep thinking that if this little girl knew that one day, everything that happened to her, and her healing, would help others find their own path," she said.

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Oprah Winfrey speaks on painful childhood and perseverance in Throwback Thursday
Oprah Winfrey gave some powerful advice about making it through hard times in life. Image: Douglas Gorenstein/NBCU Photo Bank/NBCUniversal
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Oprah said that she knows for sure now that everything that happened to her was preparing her for a better life ahead.

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The talk show host also spoke about how her book titled What Happened To You made it to the NY Times bestseller list and this is what gives her hope that tough times don't last.

"In all of those moments, you were building strength. Strength times strength equals power. What happened to you can also be your power," said Oprah.

She thanked the co-author of the book, Dr Bruce Perry, for helping her through the process of writing. Oprah thanked Dr Bruce for also sharing his trauma in order to help others.

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