Amy and her ex-husband, Rich, reveal whether they can move forward.
Jose Chavez tells Iyanla about his relationship with his biological father.
Iyanla explains why most people think it's safer to be angry than afraid.
Iyanla says the energy Evelyn brought to Basketball Wives went into her marriage
Watch as Iyanla helps single women learn to set clear boundaries.
A new season of Iyanla: Fix My Life returns with multiplatinum rapper and actor DMX.
A Texas mother waited 23 years to tell her son the true identity of his father.
Iyanla is in Los Angeles supporting Bonnie, a woman in need of immediate medical intervention after her weight climbed to 600 pounds. After Iyanla coordinates with a nearby hospital to get her on the path to living more fully and independently, Bonnie leaves her home for the first time in seven years. Watch as she is overcome by emotion as her neighbors, many of whom she hasn't seen in years, come out to support her.
About breaking family patterns and how Kinsey can support the family.
Iyanla helps them break down emotional walls, brick by brick.
Iyanla embraces Will and shares the first step toward healing.
In the late '80s, Brenda Thompson, the mother of R&B recording artist Syleena Johnson, became the first female police commissioner of Harvey, Illinois. The toughness she relied on to climb the ranks also carried over to her parenting. Her three daughters have opened up to Iyanla about being called names by their mother their entire lives. Brenda says that behavior is a holdover from her own childhood. Watch as Iyanla and Brenda drill down into Brenda's past to make peace in her present-day relationships.
Iyanla has Jeremyah share the three things he most appreciates about himself.
Iyanla challenges Rich with a tough question: Was he really a good husband?
Bree and Brando say they feel rejected by their stepfather, Mike.
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