To help three feuding sisters find out why their sisterly bond isn't strong, Iyanla must pull back the layers of their communication breakdown. To get to the root of their issues, Iyanla takes them back to their childhood home and discovers that two of the sisters say they were sexually abused in a neighborhood they should have felt safe in. Watch what happens when these sisters open up about the ghosts of the past they tried so hard to keep secret.
Sisters Yasmin, Yolande and Pam haven't spoken in four years, and Iyanla says part of the reason they treat one another like they do stems from how their mother treated them as children. To help them break free from the pain of their past, Iyanla asks them to think about what they would want to say to their mother. Instead, the sisters end up sharing what they want to say to one another. Watch what happens and see which sister walks out.
After facing the past became too much for their older sister, Yasmin, twins Yolande and Pam now have a chance at a new beginning in their fractured relationship with each other. Watch as these sisters open up to one another for the first time in years and find out whether they are still open to communication with Yasmin.
After a day of breakthroughs, Iyanla takes twin sisters Yolande and Pam to a special place to honor their commitment to each other. See what they do to begin a new chapter in their lives. Plus, find out what happened after the cameras stopped rolling.
Iyanla says mending difficult relationships is a process that takes time and that reaps many great rewards. Find out how you can start strengthening the bonds in your life today.
And then there were two. After Yolande calls her sister Yasmin a name, Yasmin catches a cab and leaves her session with Iyanla. Now, Iyanla asks twins Yolande and Pam to share how they feel about Yasmin's abrupt exit.
Iyanla Vanzant travels to Chicago to help four siblings, Will, Carissa, Mia and Crystal, prepare for their father, William Moorehead, to be released from jail. Watch as Iyanla sits down with the Moorehead sisters to address feelings of abandonment and start the healing process.
Will Moorehead says he's been the man of the family since he was 6 years old. Will's drug-addicted father, William, was incarcerated 37 times, and his mother abandoned him and his sisters decades ago. Watch as Iyanla Vanzant embraces Will and shares the first step toward healing.
Before their heroin-addicted father is released from prison, Iyanla Vanzant helps four grown children take the first step toward forgiveness. Watch as she explains why your history doesn't define you, but how it can confine you.
Shortly after his release from jail, and hours before being reunited with his family, William Moorehead, a recovering heroin addict, sits down with Iyanla Vanzant. Watch as William opens up to Iyanla about what drove him to addiction and how he negatively impacted his children.