The realization that Laney was driving under the influence leaves Molly spiritually paralyzed even as she tries to deal with Laney’s physical impairments. As they move through the struggles of dealing with their own scars, mother and daughter grow closer together, and more importantly, closer to God.
Breathing on Her Own dramatically and eloquently speaks to the struggles of every parent who, at one time or another, questions the decisions of grown children and then has to deal with the impact of those poor choices on the whole family.
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“My goal in everything I write is to serve God,” says author Rebecca Waters, who views writing as both a gift and a ministry. A retired teacher education professor at Cincinnati Christian University, Rebecca redirected the focus of her writing from the academic to the completion of her first novel. Rebecca has written in national publications such as Chicken Soup for the Soul, The Lookout Magazine, and Home Health Aide Digest. To learn more about Rebecca, visit her blog, A Novel Creation, at http://rebeccaawaters.blogspot.com/