Mashonda Shares Regrets Around Breakup Behavior, Loving Alicia Keys & Her Book Blend

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NEW YORK – JANUARY 14: (L-R) Recording artist Mashonda, her son Kasseem Dean Jr., and father and recording artist Swizz Beatz arrives at Mashonda and Swizz Beatz’s Baby Shower at 26 January 14, 2007 in New York City. (Photo by Ray Tamarra/Getty Images)

When she knew she had to make a change

When you have children and your children have questions and you can feel their energy shifting based on the energy that you’re giving them—if you’re a good parent, you know that you have to make the change. My son was a baby, he was like four or five and when he was six, he really started having questions. And I didn’t want him growing up, feeling the way that I felt through my whole adolescence. You take all of that stuff into your adulthood, and I didn’t want that for him so i knew it was time to start making conscious choices and decisions.

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