Zondra and Kayann finally open up about their feelings.
R&B recording artist and reality star Syleena Johnson has asked Iyanla Vanzant to help her make peace with her mother, Brenda. Growing up, Syleena says, Brenda cursed at her and her sisters, and often called them names. Syleena says that pattern has continued into her adulthood. Watch as Iyanla helps an emotional Syleena realize why this behavior affects her so much.
Iyanla Vanzant says a marriage can also be called a "spiritual union."
After not speaking for five months following the revelation of a family secret.
Iyanla pairs them up and asks them to choose an outfit for one another.
Iyanla says the energy Evelyn brought to Basketball Wives went into her marriage
A new season of Iyanla: Fix My Life returns with multiplatinum rapper and actor DMX.
At more than 600 pounds, Bonnie's weight has affected her life emotionally and physically. It has also made an impact on her daughter, Jamesha, a single mother who has assumed the role of Bonnie's caretaker. With support from Iyanla, Jamesha is now opening up about how her mother's weight has left her feeling as if her mother is gone. Watch part of the emotional conversation.
Charmaine, the mother of three of Jay's children, reveals why she finally broke things off with her sons' father. Watch as she reveals why her family was ashamed of her choices.
Iyanla says women who have found themselves in relationships with broken men need to set new standards.
After meeting John, the father of 11 children, and the seven mothers of his children, Iyanla breaks down the brokenness that made this situation possible.
After Oprah surprises Iyanla Vanzant with a Nate Berkus remodel of her new home, it's time to see the part of the home that's all for her. In the video above, find out how Nate turned a small bedroom into a scrapbooking room that crafters and noncrafters will love. Then, step into Iyanla's relaxing master bathroom and see her stunning en suite bathroom. Finally, behold the office where work won't feel like a job.
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 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?
The wife of a pastor who has affairs wrote to Iyanla to ask for her guidance.
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