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I have no idea who some of those people are.... I watched the 1st episode, then, no other episodes were available. From what I can tell you from what I managed to see, and no disrespect intended, but since I don't know her name... all I know to say in order to describe her is this: the chunky black woman.. she is the biggest attention hog I've ever seen EVER on any of those "reality" shows. She storms off in a huff and yells and screams and makes sure the camera can see her throwing her fake hair from side to side as she threatens to leave... and this was on the FIRST night. I can't imagine watching any more of her antics, so, I'm glad no more episodes became available.
Reviewed in the United States on December 21, 2014
I like the therapists, but some of their techniques seem odd. For example, the pushing people to forgive seem manufactured. The odd choices the therapists laid out to choose between two different parts of the self or others was odd, it was good drama, but odd choices. I don't see that it makes much sense to divide life into selfish vs unselfish life choices in such broad terms, seems superficial, but luckily the therapists are intuitive and were able to help people through the odd choices they hoisted on people. Lastly, why do they do lie detector test at the end of the show, instead of early on to have time to deal with it, makes no sense. Overall the therapist care and quite bright, but some of their gimmicky approaches seem to cause more trouble than good, luckily most people can overcome that. It is rare to really like all the people on the show by the end of it, not easy to do while on a reality show.