When Jada said that she wanted to have a no-hold barred conversation with her daughter and mother in this first edition of “Red Table Talks,” she wasn’t kidding. In the first 20-minute video released (the rest will trickle out this weekend on Huffington Post), the trio of women talk about everything from mistakes they’ve made as mothers to the downsides of fame. Watch:
Galen Anderson says
That’s apart of the problem though Jada Pinkett-Smith your right…but 2-Pac RIP…had a lot of (wisdom) listen to what he had to say in his music…”We learn our game from a woman” If the lil girl/woman is 5 years old or 95 years old we need to listen. Will and Jada let’s do lunch! You and I/this world knows that money is not everything. I have chills and tears in my eyes…life will always be what we make it. Please call me Galen Anderson 6615445272 God bless.
kita b. says
jada is spot on with this concept and i love it. it is much needed. to keep the lines of communication open between families and women especially is priceless. i think if we do this it will create healthy boundaries and the openness we need between mothers and daughters. i will definitely be putting this in effect with my 4 daughters. I wish Jada the best in everything!!! thank you for all you do.
Chantel B. says
Jada, I truly enjoyed your message! Releasing guilt is very important! I truly admire your love and strength as a woman, wife and mother! I wish you could call me please! I have a few questions, to ask you so I can let go, of some childhood issues. Thank you for the talk 4107773026. I know you are saying please call who? We just talked about security issues! I am not a stoker, I’m just a realist who loves My God, me, my babies, hubby, family, real friends and guess who else I love? Yes my enemies! I will never stop loving them! Take care and thank you again!!
TINY. London says
Watching this video has empowered me as a woman, a student and a working mother of 2. It is easy to loss your own identity after being blessed with children, due to the messaging jada talked about, let alone when coupled with stressful situations, which leaves us mothers constantly feeling guilty over everything we say and do. I completely agree with Jada that taking care of oneself, looking after your own happiness can only be to the benefit of your children, spouse, friends and family. Also being able to see the good in the midst of all the bad and using it to fuel your journey, this is a skill i must learn. Thanks Jada, Teresa in London