Iyanla Fix My Life attempts to fix The Six Brown Chicks

"Iyanla Fix My Life"
"Iyanla Fix My Life"

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Not sure if any of you are watching Iyanla’s Fix My Life on the OWN network, I watched it for the very first time and really thought was a good show. One episode in particular, Fix My Backstabbing Friends was one I thought many of my readers would benefit from viewing, So, alas I bring it to you now. When you get a chance check out Iyanla Fix my Life on the OWN network, you won’t be disappointed.

Iyanla’s Fix My Life: Episode: Fix My backstabbing Friends:

Chicago is a city of 1.3 million women. Now, Iyanla is traveling to the Windy City to find out why six of them can’t get along.

The Six Brown Chicks was a group of savvy bloggers, who set out to do good for other women. Together, Zondra, Shoya, Kayann, Gina, Yanni and Dawj took off. In just a few weeks, the Six Brown Chicks caught the attention of a local television station. Webisodes were produced, and a potential show was in the works.

Six months later, the partnership crumbled due to jealousy, anger and backstabbing. Now, there is no television show, the blog is stalled, and their relationships are torn apart.

In order to mend their destructive friendship—and dispel the myth that women can’t trust each other—Iyanla puts all six women together for a retreat they’ll never forget.

After their blog and personal relationships fell apart, the Six Brown Chicks reached out to Iyanla for help. Now, it’s time for them to put their cards on the table—literally. Watch what happens when they stop hiding behind masks and play Iyanla’s soul-searching card game to find out what they need to “feel, deal and heal” in order to own their behavior.

The Six Brown Chicks Put Their Cards on the Table

After their blog and personal relationships fell apart, the Six Brown Chicks reached out to Iyanla for help. Now, it’s time for them to put their cards on the table—literally. Watch what happens when they stop hiding behind masks and play Iyanla’s soul-searching card game to find out what they need to “feel, deal and heal” in order to own their behavior.

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