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Shalom In The Home Season 1 - Episode 3: The Lubners

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Shalom in the Home is a weekly one-hour primetime program that helps families overcome their thorniest problems. The program is hosted by Rabbi Shmuley Boteach, an Oxford-trained theologian and philosopher who's written a dozen-plus books on relationships and families and has counseled thousands of people through difficulties with marriage, parenting, sex and self-worth. "Dr Ruth with a yarmulke" is what one newspaper calls 'Shalom In the Home' host Rabbi Shmuley.

But is he up to dealing with a 'demon child'? That's what Todd and Lisa Lubner openly call their 9-year old daughter Hannah, who screams at her parents, hits her mom and does what she wants, when she wants around the house. But, in a move that shocks mom and dad, Shmuley gets tough on them, not Hannah. And after seeing themselves on videotape, Mom and Dad begin to realize that their own bad habits - dad's furious temper, mom's lackadaisical- have created a kid who acts like a cynical and angry adult. Rabbi Shmuley prescribes 'a return to nature' and sends the family into the woods for a night of supervised survival training. The parents have to stop bickering, pull together, and give Hannah the attention she deserves. They pitch a tent, start a fire, even share their first tender moments as a family in years. Hannah begins acting like a cute little kid again, but will a new round of parental squabbling threaten all the progress the family has made?

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