UNLOCKED Full Episode: Iyanla Fix My Life EP108 ‘Fix My Feuding Sisters’ | Iyanla: Fix My Life | OWN

OWN published this video item, entitled “UNLOCKED Full Episode: Iyanla Fix My Life EP108 ‘Fix My Feuding Sisters’ | Iyanla: Fix My Life | OWN” – below is their description.

Iyanla brings three Detroit-area sisters, who say they’ve always struggled to be close, back to their childhood home. Deep secrets of their past are revealed as Iyanla helps bring them back together so that they can heal after the death of their mother.(Original air date: October 20, 2012) Watch more of Iyanla: Fix My Life on the Watch OWN app: https://bit.ly/watchownapp

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