Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Red Table Talk on Facebook Watch

Posted at   4:15 AM  |  in   Willow

Red Table Talk with Jada, Willow and Adrienne premiere episode was perfect. I don't use the word perfect much because I can be very judgemental at times. However, when I recognize "pure gold" concerning emotional health I'm usually on point. I was not on Steve Harvey show for nothing. For an example I cringe and can't watch my wonderful sister Iyanla V., because as a trained mental health therapist a lot of her approaches at the end of the day can cause more damage and can prompt people not to seek therapy. Especially, if they think this is how it works. However, Ms. Iyanla is AMAZING with motivating women and helping people identify their junk, but need to learn more skills of how to walk people towards health.  Nevertheless, Red Talk Table is what I consider to be very healthy, especially the first episode.  I enjoyed the transparency, because it was presented in a way to build all parties up and not cause soul destruction. 

I believe Jada has a heart of gold, point blank. It appears she honestly want to do what is right concerning all people in her life, she is strong enough emotionally to face conflict, and willing to do what is needed to make things right if there is conflict. Willow is beautiful inside and out as well and learning from her strong pillars; her Mom and grandmother Adrienne. You honestly can't take what she does or say personally; she is still trying to find herself. She reminds me of one of my beautiful daughters. I also enjoyed Adrienne's openness of her why or how her disobedience as a youth caused emotional and mental harm for herself and daughter Jada, but at the end of the day it helped her become the mother Jade needed when Jada had children. Just priceless and you can feel the love among all three of them.

What brought me to tears was the intimate conversation between Jada and Will's ex-wife, Sheree F.  I honestly felt both their pain concerning their son, Trey S. Adrienne mentioned she did not know why they had to share or join together in order to celebrate Christmas, but hopefully after that conversation between Jada and Sheree helped all involved understand it was something the children needed, especially Trey.  Having a blended family can be very tough according to those who are experiencing it, especially for the children. Sheree mentioned how she still regret walking away from her marriage because how it negatively affected Trey. A lot of adults are still scared after experiencing their parents going through a divorce. Many children are hurting today, because of this same reason, so we can totally understand Sheree's feeling concerning her decision. Will did a great job with helping maintain balance between both the women, especially when there was conflict concerning motherhood and dealing with Trey, based off the information provided.

I left feeling that Trey has a lot of healing he needs to go through due to this entire ordeal and other experiences he encountered in his life after some of the statements that were made by Jada and Sheree. My prayer is that he identify the anchor created in God to help him become his Best or who God created him to become. Ok, now I'm becoming deep with you, but anyway shows like the "Red Table Talk" are needed to help many families heal.  You maybe wonder why so many people enjoy looking at shows similar to  "This Is Us?' and running away from Reality Shows with a lot of negative drama? Because after watching shows like "Red Table Talk" and "This Is Us" you leave with more of an understanding of why people act the way they do, you can experience the insertion of love/caring among those in the story, and sense the healing.

Thank you all who decided to roll out with Red Table Talk and all involved; this is honestly something many will benefit from, and it is really needed in order to help people heal from their core!! You are not wasting time when you watch this show. I Love IT!!  Another highlight to add to my Mondays!! 

Nancia, everyone's social media counselor!

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