Tatum O'Neal: Reconciliation With Death Inspired Farrah Fawcett

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Ryan O'Neal reconciliation with his daughter Tatum O'Neal is still a "work in progress," he said.

The long-departed family appeared on "Good Morning America" ​​on Thursday, where they discussed the decision to share an uneasy relationship with its network of Oprah Winfrey.

"Ryan and Tatum: O'Neals' next Sunday, which just so happens to be Father's Day.

"It was back when there were not many roads," Ryan, 70, said.

Tatum, 47, said she thought of "Setting the discussion in the workplace" could help to connect.

The two had stayed behind when Ryan left the family in 1979 to be with the purpose of Farrah Fawcett. Without communication, Ryan says he finally "moved away from the others, unfortunately, of course."

In the coming years, both would be a separate experiment weaknesses.

Among other things, Ryan fought leukemia in 2001 and was arrested in 2007 after allegedly fighting with Tatum brother Griffin, but was never prosecuted.

Tatum drug problems, most recently, was arrested in 2008 for allegedly buying crack cocaine. He later pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct.

"I feel like I came from hell and back," the actor said his addiction problems. "Now I'm just trying to live love so much in my life possible."

Fawcett following the death in 2009, Tatum said he felt the company needed reconciliation.

"It 'was the last thing to mitigate and resolve to make the report and to help build the bonds back," he explained. "And that was before the show was still a possibility."

Since the filming of the documentary series, Tatum said he feels like he is older again. His mother, Joanna Cook Moore, former wife of O'Neal, died of cancer in 1997.

And Ryan, Tatum is still his "little girl".

"It's difficult," he said, "but it is worth keeping their home."

When Alexandra Galkin