Stand up. Stand up. Come with me. During this crucial moment, I
am bringing Tab to the corner to release the pent
up negative energy into the walls he has
built up around himself. Let it out. It’s right here. Come on. Come on. Let’s go. Yeah. Come on.
Come on. Come on. On the wall. Let it out. [INAUDIBLE] [CRIES] The Tab that is
hidden under this mask is the hurt little boy, who
felt abandoned by his father. That’s the boy
who shot at police when he was scared and wound
up in prison for eight years. And that is the
boy who was hurting Erica because his daddy
wasn’t around to teach him how to be a man. Speak it out.
Come on. Now, you talk. Now, talk about it.
Come on. Now, talk about it. I wish I had my daddy. Yeah. [CRIES] I wish I had my daddy. So you don’t have to do this. [CRIES] I just– I ain’t never get a chance. I didn’t tell my daddy
how much he hurt me. I wish he was in my life. Every time I used to talk to
him, he would call me drunk. Even– even up until he died. While I’m in jail
and everything, I remember telling
them when I come home, I’m a get him to
come stay with me. And when I came home, he
was expecting to come, but I ain’t let him come. Yeah. Because he was
still getting drunk. And I ain’t want that
around my family. So I felt– Go ahead. He died and like if I
would have just got him. You don’t know that
to be true, Turk. That’s a weight you’re carrying. You don’t know that to be true. You don’t know it to be true. You don’t know it to be true. Push past what you know. Speak it. I can’t talk about it. Yes you can.
Yes you can. You can talk to him right now. What do you want him to know? Daddy, forgive me. Forgive me, daddy. Daddy, forgive me. Forgive me, daddy. I wasn’t there. I wasn’t there. Yeah, forgive me. Forgive me. Forgive me. Tab is demonstrating
a new pattern where he can have the
courage to own the past, to ask for forgiveness,
which heals old wounds, and to finally release the
weight that plagues his life and relationship with Erica.