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Are there secrets methods to making a marriage work? By highlighting honest, emotional and sometimes awkward love stories from the black community, this docuseries tries to answer that question. Featured couples include Oscar winner Viola Davis and husband Julius Tennon, Hollywood power couple Meagan Good and DeVon Franklin, actress/model Tia Mowry and husband/actor Cory Hardrict, Grammy nominated recording artist Shanice and husband Flex Alexander, gospel singer Erica Campbell and husband/music producer Warryn Campbell, and many others. By telling their stories and showing what lifelong love looks like, these duos offer proof that while it can happen for anyone, it certainly isn't easy.

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Couples discuss how children change marriage, featuring Egypt Sherrod, Mike Jackson, and David and Julie Arnold.
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Couples share the lessons that have helped them throughout their marriages even in the moments when they don't agree or don't even like each other.
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Couples discuss the intersection of work and love lives, and roles at home; they admit that knowing when to turn off the business brain and transition to home life is a constant battle.
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Black Love couples discuss how they came to really know their spouse through their past traumas and how they used these moments to strengthen their marriages. Featuring Tommicus Walker & LeToya Luckett-Walker, Salli & Dondre Whitfield and more.
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Couples get real about personality differences and pet peeves; they talk about how they handle arguments with their spouses; featuring Salli Richardson and Dondre Whitfield, Kandi Burruss and Todd Tucker, David and Pamela Mann, and more.
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Couples share the experiences that tested their marriages, including drug abuse, a pornography addiction, depression from a miscarriage, and more.
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Couples reflect on their long-and-winding roads to marriage, including the hard lessons they needed to learn about abstinence, non-exclusivity, long-distance relationships, and dealing with another person's baggage.
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Whether it's a forbidden workplace romance or a long-distance relationship conducted on the phone, couples share the stories that marked the beginnings of their lifelong loves.
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Married couples take different measures to keep their unions happy and healthy; couples share the unique ways they've learned to stay together, even when leaving feels like the easier way out.
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Couples share how they persevered through unexpected and sometimes life-threatening illness; Grant and Tamia Hill; two-time Olympians Jamie Nieto and Shevon Stoddart.
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Couples share how they've learned to pick their battles and manage their emotions when they've reached the breaking point; Sterling K. Brown and Ryan Michelle Bathe; Rev Run and Justine Simmons; David and Adjua Styles.
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Niecy Nash and Jay Tucker; Tina Knowles Lawson and Richard Lawson.
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Having children adds new, unforeseen dimensions to a marriage; couples discuss the many ways in which children have affected, changed and deepened their marriage bonds.
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Couples discuss how infidelity can forever change a marriage; they talk about the circumstances that led to cheating and how their marriages endured and ultimately prevailed.
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Couples discuss their personal journeys to committing to one another for life.
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Couples remember meeting their soul mates and recount the twists and turns of their relationships; couples recall challenges and triumphs as their love evolves into successful, long-lasting marriages.
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Heartwarming conversations between mothers and their families as they reflect on their bonds and the moments that have shaped their relationships; with Tichina Arnold, Kofi Siriboe, Hill Harper, Bozoma Saint John, and Erica and Tina Campbell.
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Viola Davis says many people pass up the long haul and choose the young and vibrant things over the natural changes that come with time; couples offer advice for people at the beginning of their journey to lifelong love.
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Seven couples share the darkest times in their relationships; from one tragic event that changed everything, to working together through years of turmoil, they discuss how they managed to stay together.
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Couples share stories that open viewers' eyes to the reality of sharing a life with someone and the early hurdles that could have ended their relationships; couples detail how they worked together to overcome trying situations.
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Couples describe how their spouse went from being a stranger to the most beloved life partner and confidant.

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