This is the story of my friend Daniel, his story is one to build bridges and not walls. Bringing everyone together through Jesus Christ. We should be one union united, not divided.
Daniel grew up with a very "difficult childhood."
People perceive the idea of a "difficult childhood" as something terrible. People only pay attention to the negative consequences of a difficult childhood, such as traumas, a lack of self-confidence, and other unpleasant things.
But Daniel has found a way to change his life through the grace and salvation that can only be given through Jesus Christ. Understanding that anything is possible in life if only you believe. He learns not only to believe and love himself but to love one another.
God was giving him the strength to change their lives for the better.
Jesus can't change our past, but we can look at it from a different angle.
One of the dangers that appear with those who've had difficult childhoods is the tendency to always expect something bad to happen and not believe in better. Instead of feeling sorry for yourself and blaming psychological traumas from childhood for your failures, it's better to try to focus on something positive.