I was very honored when I was asked to write a guest post for Lifetime Moms. I am a huge fan of the Lifetime television network, stemming from my mother’s constant Lifetime movie marathon weekends when I was growing up. I was given the chance to review an advance copy of an upcoming episode of A&E’s hit television series Intervention. (Intervention, to me, is a combination of a reality show and documentary.) Below you’ll find a snippet of my review and link that will take you directly to the Lifetime Moms website to read the rest.

As a mother, I like to watch reality television shows in my free time that are just for me and my viewing pleasure. It isn’t often that there is a reality show on TV that teaches a lesson, or shows you firsthand insight on the struggles of a family. I have been a long time fan of the A&E show “Intervention.” This show gives me a healthy dose of the “reality” that I crave in a documentary style presentation.

I was unimaginably excited when I was given the chance to preview an upcoming episode of “Intervention” (airing Monday, August 2 at 9/8C) featuring a woman named Lorna. What drew me to this particular episode was the fact that Lorna use to be a dancer on the popular television show “Soul Train” as well as dancing for the Ike & Tina Turner show Revue that took place in Las Vegas. Not only was Lorna successful during her career, accomplishing such prestigious positions for A&M records, but she was also a mother and a wife.

“Intervention” often profiles a wide variety of people on their show, but I was drawn to this particular episode because Lorna’s story could very well be the story of someone I knew, whether a friend or co-worker.

Click here to read the rest of my review.

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