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.
For the first time since being released from jail, William Moorehead, a recovering addict, sits down with his four grown children and his mother. Watch as Iyanla Vanzant mediates their reunion and guides them down the road toward compassion and forgiveness.
Iyanla Vanzant invites the Moorehead siblings and their grandmother to join her for dinner. Watch as she serves up a special menu, which helps these family members begin to feel compassion for William, the children's incarcerated father.
For years, Iyanla says, the Moorehead siblings have been holding on to feelings of anger and resentment. Watch as Iyanla helps them break down emotional walls, brick by brick, and begin to rebuild from a place of strength.
Iyanla Vanzant heads to Chicago to help heal the wounds of four grown children in turmoil over their drug-addicted, absentee father. Will, Carissa, Mia and Crystal were raised by their grandmother after their father was incarcerated and their mother dropped out of their lives. On the day of their father's possible release, Iyanla breaks down emotional walls and tries to mend the hearts of these four children.
After their blog and personal relationships fell apart, the Six Brown Chicks reached out to Iyanla for help. Now, it's time for them to put their cards on the table, literally. Watch what happens when they stop hiding behind masks and play Iyanla's soul-searching card game to find out what they need to "feel, deal and heal" in order to own their behavior.
When the bloggers behind Six Brown Chicks went their separate ways, one of the biggest breakdowns took place between Zondra, the group's leader, and Kayann, the youngest. Watch as they finally open up about their feelings, and find out how Iyanla says they can begin to atone for the pain that happened in the past.
Throughout the demise of the blog Six Brown Chicks, writer Dawj was also caring for her husband as he battled terminal brain cancer. During a retreat meant to bring about healing, Dawj opens up about why she shut down and is unable to trust anyone enough to allow them to see the pain she's going through at home. Watch as Iyanla helps the group form a new circle of trust during this emotional exercise.
On the last day of her retreat with the Six Brown Chicks, Iyanla invites four elder women to create a circle of wisdom to give the bloggers the guidance, strength and love each woman needs to grow into the sister she was destined to be. Get some of the elders' most important advice and watch as the Six Brown Chicks finally offer forgiveness to one another. Plus, get an update on how they're doing today.
Why can't women get along? Watch as Iyanla Vanzant reveals how fear often gets in the way of healthy female relationships.