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. Shmuley comes face to face with the most difficult situation of all - helping a widow overcome the grief of her husband's death. Carolyn Morgan had a storybook romance for 10 years, until her husband died in her arms after a car crash on Valentines Day, 2000. For the past 6 years, Carolyn has struggled to put Chad's tragic death behind her, and for 6 years she has fallen into deep depressions in the months leading up to Valentines Day. Shmuley first helps Carolyn face the painful legacy that her struggle with grief is creating for her two daughters. In one agonizing scene, Carolyn and Shmuley watch videotape of Carolyn forcing her kids to look at old pictures and videos of their dad against their will. Next, Shmuley and Carolyn go back to the scene of the accident to help her confront her demons. In the shows most powerful moment, Carolyn buries the blood-soaked sweater she wore on the night her husband died. We revisit Carolyn two months later - her kids are happy again, and for the first time in 6 years Carolyn is dating a man and in love for the first time since Valentine's Day, 2000.
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