Dr. Jackie, I am not a fan of the behavior of a lot of the black women on some of these reality shows, however I am of you. You are the only one on this show that represent black women in Atlanta in a positive light. I agree with your response on Watch What Happens regarding the next day pill (I belive). I do not think teenage girls should be making decisions like that without parental and doctor consultation. Dr. Simone, I would be concern with sending my daughter to her, because I feel she would probably encourage that pill. I applaud your attempt at trying to get these women together to heal wounds, but you should not feel bad because your attempt failed.
Toya caused that fight, because she approached Marriah about her mother and also the revealing of a personal family issue. Marriah did repeat it, but she did not think the people she was spoke to would repeat it to others who are not part of her world. How is Marriah supposed to check her mother? Both of these women and grown, and could handle it themselves. Was Marriah supposed to give her mother a time out?
We women gossip and repeat things we should not, especially about our friends. But children should be off limits. Toya revealed something on national television that she should not have. Marriah and her husband did not have a chance to be there when their daughter found out about it. Toya took their parental filter away from them, and she is luckly that Marriah was in an evening gown. Dr.Jackie, Toya is sneaky and a phony. Her agenda is to turn the rest of the ladies agaist Marriah. (Marriah is something else in her own mind, but that is who she is, and I could deal with someone like her. She is just in love with herself.) But Toya is sneaky and cannot be trusted. Neither one of these ladies considered their husbands, they just went at it like junk yard dogs.
Glad you are the voice of reason. Maybe you can stop Dr. Simone from drinking or talking about Vodka all the time.