Exhale Episodes

2013, TV Show

Exhale Season 2 episodes

Reinventing Your Life Season 2, Episode 8

A discussion about making big life transformations, as well as the steps needed to get there. Guests include Dolvett Quince, Michael Beckwith, Wendy Credle and Victoria Rowell. read more

Education Season 2, Episode 7

A discussion about education includes school reform and historically black colleges and universities. Aja Brown, MC Lyte, Curtis Silvers, Monique McGhee and Darlene Willis are the guests. read more

Childhood Health & Wellness Season 2, Episode 6

A discussion about protecting children features topics such as nutrition, sex education, bullying and special-needs kids. Guests include Boris Kodjoe; Nicole Ari Parker; Shawn Stockman; Sharonda Stockman; Areva Martin; Shari Headley; and Valencia Walker. read more

Feminism Season 2, Episode 5

A discussion about gender equality and feminism. Included: the value of teaching young black girls to respect themselves. Tracee Ellis Ross, Feminista Jones, Kimberle Crenshaw and Sahar Simmons are the guests. read more

Exploring Mental Health Season 2, Episode 4

A discussion about mental illness features personal stories. Guests include Ricky Williams, Jennifer Lewis, Dionne Monsanto and Karen Lincoln. read more

Family Season 2, Episode 3

A discussion about family covers topics such as child discipline, elderly care, marriage and divorce. Guests include Lauren Lake, Laila Ali, Stephaine Keyes and Bryan Gaines. read more

Justice or Just Us? Season 2, Episode 2

A discussion about inequalities in the criminal-justice system. Guests include Greg Mathis, Wendell Pierce, Lorrain Taylor, Jessica Price and Eboni Williams. read more

What Is Love? Season 2, Episode 1

Love, relationships and sex are discussed in the second-season opener. Guests include Niecy Nash, Will Packer, Sharon Allison-Ottey and Rachael Ross. read more

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Premiered: June 27, 2013, on Aspire
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: A group of diverse black women have candid discussions about issues affecting women's lives.


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