Philando Castile was killed by a police officer during a routine traffic stop while his fiancée Diamond Reynolds live-streamed the aftermath. With the help of Trayvon Martin's mother, Iyanla works with Diamond to heal her pain and move into the light.
Two sex workers are forced to fight for their lives as Iyanla struggles to get them past their addiction to the street. One woman is finding it especially difficult to let go of control, threatening to return to work on the first night at the safe house.
Hazel-E was fired over a racist rant on social media. Iyanla forces Hazel-E to confront the childhood trauma that helped create her current image, in hopes that she can move past the rage and use her voice as a power for good.
Jackie wants a relationship with her firstborn daughter who was raised by her mom. When Jackie's sister claims she is in it for the fame, Jackie flies off into a fit of rage, while Iyanla fights to keep the family together.
Trina Braxton and her husband Gabe are divorced, yet their lives are still entwined. Trina claims she wants help navigating her ex-husband's relationship with her son, Gabe's stepson, but as they begin their work, disturbing family pathologies emerge.
Iyanla works with Mickey "Memphitz" Wright, a former top hip-hop executive who lost it all and turned to drugs to numb his pain. However, Mickey's pain is tied to something much deeper than a fallen career: his father's murder at the hands of the KKK.
Iyanla works with Kamiyah Mobley, a 19 year old who was kidnapped at birth and raised by her kidnapper. Today, with her abductor in jail, Kamiyah is left without a true identity or a mother to call her own.