"The Red Door" is one woman's inspiring story of her struggles with childhood abuse, parental abandonment, abortion, addiction, and a lifetime of justified bitterness.Despite years of conflict, Stephanie was with her mother when the eccentric and abusive woman claimed to travel back and forth between her hospice bed and heaven, "rewriting her scripts."Was that even possible?Stephanie's own unexpected death suddenly propels her under the tutelage of an odd man who is a combination of guide, counselor, and eventual friend. Steve's only assignment? Accompany each person on a personal journey to heal their unresolved trauma."Think about it," Steve said. "You have lived your entire life with people who have hurt you. They are here. And there are people you have hurt--I think that's the hardest to resolve. They are here. And there are people you have blessed. They are here also. Do you really think heaven would be a swell place to hang out if you didn't first have an opportunity to rewrite your scripts?"Steve continued. "Let's imagine you are hypothetically ambling down the street and bump into, let's say... your father. Given the disappointment and bitterness you carry in your heart, would that be enjoyable? Would it be... well, heaven?I cringed. "No. It would hurt.""Of course it would. Stephanie, you need a chance to do some healing here before you continue into the wonder and glory of heaven. Oh, I can guarantee that you won't be disappointed. Your mother was right about the sound of angels singing praises to God. And the flowers It is unimaginable "Had her mother reported the truth? Stephanie wouldn't know for certain until they met again on the other side of the "Red Door - Where Hurt and Holiness Collide."