Lisa Nicole Cloud

She doesn't mean it as a dig, but Lisa Nicole thinks Mariah should own her truth, and warns everyone to beware of "Dream Stealers."

on May 21

Hello Married to Medicine Darlings.

Thank you for tuning in this week. What an explosive episode! The Quad/Mariah saga is never ending. This week's episode was very revealing, and I feel so many people are saying the same thing about how someone treated them. Can everyone be telling a lie? Quad, Brian Lamar, and Reco? The truth always comes out in the end -- so keep watching.

Today, my aim in this blog however is not to state who is right or wrong, but rather to inspire anyone reading this blog to explore what it means to "own your truth." I stated I wanted Mariah to own her truth last week and some thought it was a jab -- but it absolutely was NOT. In my mind, it was a word of encouragement. I believe if more people have the courage to go deep with themselves and get to the place where their inner pain lies, they can acknowledge what is really going on with them and then the healing process can begin. Always remember "A person can never fully experience the blessings of their future, until they release the pains of their past."

In this circle of friends, everyone should stand in their truth and take ownership of mistakes they have made, so that healing can begin and lead to more genuine and authentic relationships. Unfortunately, sometimes in this circle things go from positive to negative so quickly because built up pain is unleashed. The actions that happen next get multiplied 10 fold.

We saw when Mariah and Quad blew up in the tranquility suite at WEN (, and now when Reco explodes at the fashion show. Surely Mariah having a bodyguard didn't create that reaction -- but rather it compounded emotions Reco was feeling about the situation with Mariah, and it came out as intense anger. Remember what I said at WEN, when people are sad many times they express themselves as MAD. Also hurt people. . .hurt people! Reco and Mariah you have a long history together. You really need to find a way to communicate and work through the pain and disappointment. Walking away from the friendship is the easy way out. Find the strength to go deep within yourselves and figure out where the source of the pain and disappointment really stems from. It's quite evident that the issue is bigger than what meets the eye.