Former WNBA superstar Chamique Holdsclaw has spent two days trying to make things right with her mother, Bonita, who was absent and abusing alcohol for much of Chamique's childhood. After a number of emotional conversations with Iyanla, mother and daughter are moving in the right direction. Watch as Chamique opens up about what the process has taught her about her mother and herself. Plus, see what happens when Bonita gives Chamique a special gift, and get an update on their relationship today.
Miles away from their families, careers and churches, six of the Pace Sisters address the root causes of their weight issues. They discuss the physical effects of obesity and uncover secrets that have been eating them on the inside. Watch as Duranice Pace bravely reveals the assault she suffered as a child.
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.
Iyanla came to Minnesota to work with a former nurse and recovering addict who was convicted for stealing her patients' pain pills. However, the life coach found four sisters and a mother who all have their own wounds to heal. During an emotional session, sister Darcy opens up about what she really needed all along from her distant mother, Gwen. Watch what unfolds.
Watch as Iyanla sets Cheryl up on unsuccessful first dates.
About breaking family patterns and how Kinsey can support the family.
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 challenges Rich with a tough question: Was he really a good husband?
Bree and Brando say they feel rejected by their stepfather, Mike.
Iyanla visits a family whose relationships have become strained since father Will invited 14 relatives to stay in his house. With 19 people total under one roof, this family is in complete meltdown. Can Iyanla fix this full house?
Iyanla travels to Stockbridge, Georgia, to help save the fractured family of a popular radio DJ, who is caught in the middle between her new husband and her 17-year-old son.
The wife of a pastor who has affairs wrote to Iyanla to ask for her guidance.
Traci and Andre called Iyanla Vanzant for help because they thought their two children--24-year-old Jovan and 20-year-old Jazmin--were making life choices that are tearing the family apart and causing them serious health problems. Three years ago, Jovan came out to his parents and Andre has been struggling with the idea ever since. After two days with this family, Iyanla urges Andre and Jovan to finally have an honest discussion about Jovan's sexuality and what that reality means to both of them. Can this father and son begin to heal?
Iyanla asks the twins to share how they feel about Yasmin's abrupt exit.
At 26, Amanda is living in her mother's basement with her boyfriend, Junior, and their two children. Iyanla believes that Amanda's resentment over Junior's perceived inability to provide for the family could be preventing the couple from healing and moving forward. After spending a night apart, away from her mother's basement, they come together again to discuss their future. Watch as Iyanla supports Amanda in revealing a hard truth to Junior.
Download the TV Guide app for iPhone, iPad and Android!