During Oprah's very self-helpy 'Best Life' week she admitted to her life being out of balance and that she had just about "given up."
her friend, adviser and fitness expert Bob Greene came out of the woodwork and told the world that Oprah was suffering from mild depression.
"I looked in her eyes, and she wasn't there. She was very vacant and distracted. It was alarming to me," Greene said.
Addressing her weight re-gain, Winfrey said, "None of the doctors recognized it was a thyroid problem, but our viewers did."
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"The moment I heard I had a thyroid problem, I thought I don't even know how to fight this."
Winfrey admitted in this month's edition of O magazine that her entire body hadn't been featured on the cover last year because she was embarrassed by her weight.
"Here I am one of the most visible people in the world, trying to hide my body," Winfrey said.
So, Oprah got depressed, gained weight, then got depressed because she was chubs again?
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