Black History Month is here, and there’s a growing call in many states for African American history to be taught all year long. We weigh in on how important it is for educators, regardless of the school’s demographic, to develop this curriculum. We’re also revealing our thoughts about Erykah Badu’s take on her “secret” to relationships. Plus, the start of February means we’re saying goodbye to Dry January and Loni is celebrating in a MAJOR way!
Adam Explains Tamera’s Armpit Fetish
Adam Housley is in the house! The journalist joins the table as a special guest host, filling in for wife Tamera, and he’s holding nothing back. During Girl (and one guy!) Chat, we get REAL about manscaping! According to one statistic, only 20 percent of men groom “down there” once a month or more. Is there a double standard in grooming for men and women?
[Full Episode] REAL Bride Wars
Weddings are supposed to bring out the best in people, but everybody knows that isn’t always the case. We share our thoughts on why girls are so competitive during their time as brides. Plus, Tamela & David Mann share tips on how to keep the spark alive!
1 in 4 Americans Are Celibate — But Is It By Choice?
While a study shows that 1 in 4 Americans are celibate, is it really by choice? We open up about our individual journeys of celibacy and break down what’s off limits while temporarily skipping out on the goods.
Meet Adrienne: A Recovering Trust Issues Addict!
If you’ve been hurt in past relationships, how long do you need to recover from trust issues? We’re diving into what the idea of “moving on” actually means and just how much baggage is dangerous in a new relationship.
You Asked, We Answered: Keeping Your Independence After Marriage
When you ask us for advice Real Fam, we have no choice but to deliver. We answer some of YOUR burning questions!
A Broken Marriage: Woman Admits In-Laws Makes Her Leave the Room When It Comes to Decision-Making
We weigh in on a wife who admits to having a strained relationship with her in-laws, so much so that when it comes to decision-making, she’s asked to leave the room, even after telling her husband about it. We want to know: Are there any circumstances where this is okay?