Susan Pike is addicted to cosmetic procedures and it's making the life of her daughter Analise Pike very difficult. Meanwhile, Sharnique Williams is obsessed with the gym and its ruining the life of her daughter Brittany. If these moms don't get therapy, it looks like their relationships with their daughters will be permanently damaged. In therapy Susan and Analise learn to listen to each other, however at home progress is slow. Meanwhile therapist Anthony Granberry is trying to help Brittany and Sharnique spread out the chores. However, when Sharnique tries to do this, Brittany's brother Elijah starts crying and Sharnique decides to keep things the way they are. Brittany thinks the relationship is over. Susan meets with the her therapist alone. They realise that Susan was never very happy as a child and Susan needs to resolve things with her mum, if she's going to resolve things with Analise. When Susan, Analise and Nana (Grandma Yvonne) meet there's an explosion and Susan storms out the room. She then comes back and all three have a talk, using techniques they've learnt in therapy. It's a huge breakthrough. Sharnique also has a breakthrough in therapy and when she realises that life wasn't so good as a kid. Sharnique writes a letter to her father, in an attempt to break the cycle. Following on from therapy Susan and Analise are trying to spend quality time together and not talk about procedures. Although they've got some way to go, they both seem a lot happier. Sharnique has also made huge progress, Brittany is no longer doing all the chores, she's cut-down on the gym and she's spending quality time with her daughter.