I had the opportunity to attend an advance screening of the new movie, Indivisible, while attending the Military Influencers Conference in Orlando last month. Indivisible is based on the true story of Army Chaplain Darren Turner and his wife Heather. It shows their battles both in Iraq and back in their own home. It shows the struggle that reintegration can be after the picture-perfect homecoming and what it looks like to fight together for your marriage instead of fighting against each other.
In a review of the film that I wrote for Military Spouse, I said this:
“As I watched [the scene] play out on the screen in front of me, I felt as though I were watching a scene from my own life. I have lived that exact moment on more than one occasion while my own husband was deployed or gone for training of some sort. In fact, there were multiple moments like that during the movie. Moments I’ve lived, moments that were my life as a military spouse right there on the screen.”
Indivisible is in theaters now. To read my full review, go to MilitarySpouse.com.
A huge thank you to Military Spouse for publishing this review!