Celebrity Therapist Sherry Blake Offers Struggling Famous Couples Advice

July 16, 2014  |  

Dr. Sherry Blake is known for setting Traci, Towanda, Trina, Toni, and Tamar straight about all their mess on the “Braxton Family Values,” but the celebrity therapist’s expertise doesn’t stop there. We caught up with the clinical psychologist during the Essence Festival fourth of July weekend and we asked her to apply some of her knowledge to celebrity couples whose marital woes have been in the news on a regular these days. Though Dr. Blake didn’t want to get too far into these couples’ personal business, she did impart some advice that’s useful for any romantic pair to keep in mind if they want to have a healthy relationship.

Check out what Dr. Sherry said in the interview above about maintaining positive unions and mental health issues in the African American community. What do you think?

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  • Patricia

    Whether you are a celebrity or not, people need to realize that marriage is not something that you can try on and if it does not work, just leave. Unless the person is abusive. Also you have a lot of celebrities and everyday people that play games with the marriage vows. Couples should have communication and discuss everything as well as observe prior to getting married. Dr. Blake is a great example that she is a professional person who deal with relationships and seem to have her marriage in order. She is qualified to give marital advice as well as relationship advice. These celebrities who don’t know nothing about relationship or has not been married before, or been married several times, or married less that 10 years should not even be writing a book telling people marriage advice when their house is not in order or have not been married long enough. Personally, I don’t take marriage advice from nobody who fits