Co-dependency is also brought out and how dangerous and serious this is.
I really believe anyone that struggles with depression or is struggling over addictions, this is a film full of hope. This is one that can make a difference in someone’s life.
"For Love's Sake" opens with a tragedy involving a father's death as a result of a motorcycle accident and continues with the mother and children coping afterward.
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As a result she loses custody of her two young boys, Paul and James.
The boys are further traumatized as they are taken under the care of the county authorities and placed in a series of children’s homes and in a temporary foster placement with their grandparents.
While James clings desperately to his Christian faith and the hope of being reunited with his mother, Paul rebels by fighting and committing petty crimes.
Through the intervention of her church community, a dedicated social worker, and a caring Christian therapist (played by Bruce Marchiano), Mary uncovers a flicker of faith, still burning beneath the darkness.
This is a dreadfully sad movie, yet it was full of hope, had a great ending and it was based on a true story.
If you want to see a film showing you some real life, true struggles that a person with depression really goes through, I would encourage you to watch this film.
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