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Fix My Life Season 6 Episode 8 Recap: Raised By Monsters, Part One

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‘Fix My Life’ Recap: Siblings Learn How to Cope With Past Trauma With Help From Iyanla

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Fix My Life Season 6 Episode 8 Recap

Photo Credit: OWN

By: A.J. Niles

On last night’s “Fix My Life,” five brothers and sisters meet with Iyanla and make great strides in accepting and dealing with the trauma they suffered growing up.

This includes learning that their oldest sister, who they thought was raised the best, suffered trauma of her own. That news almost sends the three brothers over the edge, including one who developed a major medical condition.

At the end of the episode, viewers learn their mom wants to stage a sit-down with all of them

Here’s the recap for, “Raised by Monsters, Part 1.”

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Amanda is a TV junkie with a passion for all things reality television. She's from Decatur, GA.

7 Comments

  1. Tasha

    March 3, 2019 at 4:30 pm

    This was A LOT. Sad situation all around.

  2. Nessa

    March 3, 2019 at 7:01 pm

    It’s going to be a part two next week? It ended like that was it.

  3. Tiffany

    March 4, 2019 at 9:20 pm

    I was thrown/confused when she was talking to Michael and said look at William, the man who fathered you.

    • Kandiss

      March 8, 2019 at 8:35 pm

      I believe she was referring to William being the oldest sibling, their only lead, a father figure for them.

  4. Lutisia

    March 10, 2019 at 12:14 am

    What happened to the “monsters” that abused them?

  5. Tina

    July 1, 2020 at 7:40 pm

    This show is trash and irresponsible as well as disrespectful to the people who appeared. If either one of the people claiming to know Jesus was involved, and has a little bit of sense, they should be ashamed. Ptsd, re-traumituzation, public outing when people are still trying to heal from the initial problem, substituting drama and thrilling displays in place of private volunteered therapy and adding a check to make if more enticing. I’m ashamed of Iyanla and Oprah for this. You’re teaching people to be entertained by molestation and drama. Telling a survivor to fund their inner b****, screaming at her to do it, is an outrage. Learn something about trauma, ptsd, and use common sense instead of Bs ancestral theories. Done tribes has rites of passage with molestation tied into them. So done with these women. Thus is not necessary for Oprah to thrive or for Iyanka to thrive either. This crap is shameful. To give people that don’t behave the least bit of awareness around abuse and therapy and what’s legitimate and give them this smut is poisonous.

  6. Tina

    July 1, 2020 at 7:50 pm

    This show is trash and irresponsible as well as disrespectful to the people who appeared. If either one of the people claiming to know Jesus was involved, and has a little bit of sense, they should be ashamed. PTSD, re-traumituzation, public outing when people are still trying to heal from the initial problem, substituting drama and thrilling displays in place of private volunteered therapy and adding a check to make it more enticing. I’m ashamed of Iyanla and Oprah for this. You’re teaching people to be entertained by molestation and drama. Telling a survivor to find their inner b****, screaming at her to do it, is an outrage. Learn something about trauma, PTSD, and use common sense instead of BS ancestral theories. Some tribes had rites of passage with molestation tied into them. Want to add that to your little made-up therapy session?

    So done with these women. This is not necessary for Oprah to thrive or for Iyanla to thrive either. This crap is shameful. To give people that don’t have the least bit of awareness around abuse and therapy and what’s legitimate and give them this smut is poisonous, especially with the industry itself going through problems with sincerity vs. medication.

    (Here’s a quick-checked version so it’s readable. This description made me trigger happy as it’s worse than I thought with this show. Still Smh)

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