In one particularly painful scene, another couple at a support group talks about dealing with losing their child. "God needed another angel." This doesn't sit well with Becca Corbett. She doesn't buy it. "Why didn't he just make one! I mean, he's God after all!" Later, her mother gently reminds her that religion and God can be a comfort in a time of loss, as it was for her when Becca's brother died. Mom says, "You're not right about everything, you know. What if there is a God?" Becca shoots back, "Then I'd say he's a sadistic prick. . . 'Worship me and I'll treat you like sh--.'"
|She's very, very sad.|