I want you to look at
your daughter, this woman. And from the place of
woman inside of you, tell your daughter
your experience. Not the facts. Shay and Marcia, It all started me
being molested. I was molested by [BEEP]. Interesting. I want you to see something. OK? Mhm. My love, yeah. I don’t want to do this. Yeah, yeah, yeah.
It’s OK. Breathe. Come on, breathe. Come on, breathe. Come on, breathe, baby. It’s OK. You can do it. I need you to understand this. Get up here and sit
with your sister. Yeah. It’s OK. Yeah. [CRYING] Yeah, yeah, yeah. Yeah, yeah. Yeah. Do you see what
I’m talking about? Mmhm. And you’re sitting there
with your arms folded. I mean, we’re in this, we’re in this – I’m not, we’re in this, I mean, of course.
I expect her to feel like that. I mean, yeah. But you know what? It’s not [INAUDIBLE] like I don’t care. But you can’t
tell her like this! – I’m not telling her like that.
– You are. That coldness that’s up there. I’m telling you that’s
what you’re doing. Listen to me, baby. Your mother was a young girl who
was violated by a family member that you are now close to. Can you see me? Can you hear me? Yes, baby. I hope that helps
you understand. Tell me how you’re
feeling right now. Yeah. Angry. Come on. What else? Yeah. So you’ve been friends with
your mother’s violator, because she didn’t
know how to tell you. And then you want to know
why there’s so much breakdown between the two of you? That doesn’t go
away, Miss Alicia. That doesn’t go away.
– Thank you. You’re welcome. I know this is shocking, and
my heart goes out to you, baby. My heart goes out to you. But you know what? I’m also holding
your mama’s hand. You know what I want you to do? I want you to take her
upstairs and let her lay down. OK. Sit with her. She’s going to take care
of you for a minute, and I’m going to come see
you in a little while. OK?
– Yes, ma’am. Anything you want to say
to your mom before you go? I want you to get it all out. No, ma’am. Yeah. Do you want to hug your mama? No. OK. OK. Take her upstairs.