Haven’t We All Been Mary Jane?
Why are people so upset about the TV show Being Mary Jane? She chose to exercise bad judgement. I’m not condoning her behavior but the reality is she is like a lot of American women.
The women who hate on her and the show are probably ashamed to admit that they identify with her so much. Not just the affair, but the struggle of being a professional woman, dealing with family issues. work, and relationships. I think Mary Jane is much more than a woman who was once involved with a married man. #BeingMaryJane
What single woman has not dealt with a lot of the issues that Mary Jane Paul has (aside from the affair)? She has a brother struggling with addiction, another making bad life choices that could surely affect his freedom and future, and a niece who doesn’t value herself with more kids than she can afford. Who can’t say they don’t see their family reflected somewhere in her story?
So contrary to popular belief, I do not think the show is about a home wrecker or a scandalous side chick. I do think it is about a woman seeking a love of her own to fulfill the vision she set for her life.
Posted on February 26, 2014, in Life Changers, Living Out Loud, Pop Culture, Relationships, TV and tagged Adultery, Affairs, Being Mary Jane, Dating and Relationships, Gabrielle Union, Professional Women, Scandal. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.