WE tv “Mary Mary” reality stars, Erica and Tina Campbell, love each other, but just can’t seem to get along. The constant bickering has led Erica’s husband Warryn to believe the two need therapy to get to the root of the underlying tensions.
But you know the saying: “Black people don’t go to therapy, we go to church.”
The idea that a person of faith and color needs outside help to cope with their problems is viewed by some as a sign of weakness, though this is not necessarily a general rule of thumb. Seeking professional counseling also flies in the face of the theory that believers in God’s power should take all our problems—physical, emotional, mental and relational—to the Lord and leave them there.
“Anytime you got two people that have a disagreement in every conversation, that’s sister issues,” says Warryn Campbell in a candid conversation with his wife Erica over her continual verbal wars and skirmishes with sister Tina. “I think you need to attack that head on and deal with that and heal from that, and then Mary Mary may be just fine. You need to go to what happened in 7th grade, what happened in 3rd grade,” Warryn advises.
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