Iyanla Vanzant: Black Women “We are out of Order”

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My Girl Iyanla Vanzant Calls black women out letting us know that we behave Reckless and Out of  Order.  As painful as it is to accept it is the truth!

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Iyanla kept it real and reminded us that we dishonor and betray each other,  UHHH, why:

“It would be an affront to my spirit to dishonor another woman by betraying her confidence, sleeping with her man, not honoring my word to her, talking about her, I couldn’t do it.  Because when my daughter died, it was other women who sat with me.  When my husband left, it was other women who sat with me, when I turned over the keys of my house over to the bank rather than let it go in foreclosure, it was other women who rode around with me in my car to find me someplace to live.”

She removed her mask in this interview, revealing it was women who help pick up her when her daughter died, her husband left, she lost her house, why do we continue to betray each other when all we have in hard times are each other.

thanks so much for removing your maks Iyanla and keeping it real!

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