This Kinda Makes My Stomach Hurt.
Baby Mama Drama: The Child Support Court Talk Show is a startling documentary that delivers a message about saving our children, bringing together experts and parents from throughout the northeast and mid-Atlantic regions to share stories, emotions and concerns about real issues. Real-life parents who had parted ways discuss communication barriers, vicious custody battles, mental disorders that went untreated, and the other party not being there for their child when needed. On hand are experts, including a psychologist, two lawyers and a retired judge who offer advice to participants. Even grandparents hash out their differences with insightful commentary from child psychologists, and activists. “Montel Williams may have met his match,” proclaims the South Philly Review after witnessing Mungin’s carefully crafted presentation to a packed crowd. “What I decided to do was to get parents together, get them to stop fighting among themselves and try to get them to communicate better for their children,” says Mungin. The rave reviews of the show has led to a new exciting play that is currently on tour. Having had some experience with the child-support court system, Mungin is happily raising two of his own, and notes that connecting with their mothers didn’t always come easy. Mungin will be on hand for a Q&A on the 26th and is available for interviews and appearances.
Things I need to know:
Why is this named “Volume 1,” as if they just KNOW they’ll have enough material and audience support for a “Volume II”?
Why do those kids look so bad and sassy?
In what sense are they using the word ‘motivational,’ when the only thing that Baby Mama Drama has ever motivated me to do is take birth control and only date men who don’t have kids?
Why does dude at the bottom look like a fake Warren G?
Courtesy of Aaliyah.