Fix My Life Recap: Melvin Threatens to Leave & Michael Needs Support

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‘Fix My Life’ Recap: Melvin Threatens to Leave & Michael Needs Support

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Fix My Life Season 6 Episode 14 Recap

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By: A.J. Niles

Tonight’s episode of “Fix My Life” featured Iyanla Vanzant doing all she can to get the Mitchell Brothers and their sister Kizzy to begin the process of bonding with their mom and rebuilding bonds with one another.

However, serious challenges remain. This includes the brothers overhearing Iyanla and Michael Jr speak about his serious mental conditions. Marvin and Melvin also experience a fallout which concludes with Melvin threatening to leave their session.

Lastly, Iyanla learns that LaRonda’s daughter Kizzy is, unfortunately, following in her footsteps.

Here’s the recap for, “Unfinished Business: The Mitchell Brothers: Part 2.”

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3 Comments

  1. Jacqueline Triplett

    June 9, 2019 at 8:00 pm

    I love your show, you do very powerful work. I saw a few of the episodes with the Mitchell family, simply amazing work. I think the issues with the two brothers, Marvin and Melvin is Marvin’ was molested and Melvin not. Marvin’s struggle is this life style was forced on him and Melvin is in by will. Marvin is ashamed of it because it is not something he wants to be. Melvin may be displaying anger because he doesn’t have the molestation excuse and feels he is being judged because it his free will choice and his brother Marvin hates it. Marvin is in a perfect position for God’s intervention and deliverance. Marvin only has to continue to submit to God, resist the devil (the influences) and he(it) will leave. Tell him to get a deliverance minister to pray with him, God can set him free.

    • Colette

      June 10, 2019 at 8:38 pm

      Being gay is NOT a lifestyle it’s a s-xual orientation. Happy Pride Month #loveislove

  2. JASMINE GREEN

    June 10, 2019 at 2:31 pm

    WHY I THOUGHT THIS WAS GUCCI MANE

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