Veronica Wheaton allows her tragic childhood, growing up with a bipolar mother, to color her view of the world, and subsequently, applies that view into her journalistic reporting. All goes well for her, until she makes a major mistake in a news story, and it nearly costs her the job that she loves. Veronica goes through a painful ego let-down and almost self-destructs. Then there is the shocking revelation about her long-lost father and the secrets that her family kept hidden, that throw her further into darkness.
If not for the annoying, bible thumping weatherman, who recognized her pain, Veronica would have never found healing for her woundedness, and the love that she had been searching for all her life.
Sacred Secrets of the Cedar Chest is a vivid portrayal of life for a child, growing up in a home where one parent suffers from bipolar disorder. Poignant and dramatic depictions of everyday family situations are illustrated, and how they are handled within the family unit. Whether you can identify with Veronica or not, you'll come away being blessed for having a glimpse into a disturbing disorder and how God can conquer and heal even broken families.