All women suffer hurt, disappointment, and heartache in their lifetimes. The subsequent wounds left behind can be emotional, abusive, racial, and can negatively affect our souls, families, and self-esteem. Without the proper care, these wounds may be the obstacle that is preventing women from moving forward and becoming the best versions of themselves.
In an inspirational story, several troubled women facing various challenges share their opinions and reflections. Brought together by the program, Sisters Having Open Wounds (S.H.O.W.), the women begin examining their pasts and the hurts that have left behind ugly scars in order to remove the bandages layer by layer, uncover the core of their pain, and attain a brighter future and life. As they look deep within and rekindle their faith, the women soon discover that healing a wounded soul takes effort and time as they slowly transform spiritually into strong, capable, and confident females ready to take on the world.
S.H.O.W. is a powerful tale that chronicles the lives and challenges of troubled women as they embark on faith-filled journeys to find healing from their pasts and move forward into brighter futures.