For Bolton, healing from maternal narcissistic abuse is incomplete without coming to know the divine. Through a poetic contemplation of her own Hindu-Christian background, paired with an exploration of the spiritual rootlessness faced by children of narcissistic parents, she explores the idea that the damaged nervous systems of narcissistic abuse victims display a naturally poetic and biological response that corresponds to a certain early stage of divine experience. Ultimately, Bolton's concept of God, which permeates her poems, comes not from any one faith but from the traumatized brain's need to take a frightening, chaotic universe and find in it meaning, healing, and connection. Her debut collection of bite-sized, easily digestible poetry makes an artistic attempt to capture the complex-traumatized brain's reach towards divinity to heal and transform. Her collection gathers and expresses many notions of divine experience that will feel familiar and provide poetic comfort and hope to victims of psychological abuse of all kinds.