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Dr. Robin L. Smith is a psychologist, ordained minister, motivational speaker and best-selling author. You probably know her best, however, from her work as the in-house psychologist for many years on the “Oprah Winfrey” show. Well, today, Dr. Robin is out setting the record straight on a feeling we all experience: hunger.

In her latest book, Hungry: The Truth About Being Full, Smith shares her personal account of dealing with an “unrelenting craving” in her heart. After working through her own issues, Smith emerged with insight into hunger and how one’s emotional and psychological life can manifest a craving for material things, particularly food.

Listen to Smith’s interview with Roland Martin and why she says Michael Jackson and Whitney Houston died from hunger, not drugs.

Be sure to listen to “NewsOne Now” with Roland Martin, weekdays at 7 a.m. EST and watch at 9 a.m. EST on TV One.

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