I was given the opportunity to screen Words On Bathroom Walls before it released to theaters this past Friday.
It’s message is one that I share with women often; never let what you’re going through define who you are.
Based upon Julia Walton’s debut novel, the movie is about a high school student named Adam who is diagnosed with schizophrenia. Trying to hide his condition he’s kicked out of public school and transfers to catholic school. Adam has dreams of becoming a chef, but begins to doubt it will ever happen because of his “condition.” That’s until he meets Maya.
I call Maya his angel! She speaks over his life, she’s loving, she’s protective! Her love for him allows him to lift the weight he feels due to his illness and open his heart and mind to the possibilities of life.
During a time where everything seems so dark and negative, it’s good to watch a movie that breathes hope, love and compassion!
Grab the kids and go see Words on Bathroom Walls, you won’t be disappointed!