"Let your conduct be without covetousness; be content with such things as
you have. For He Himself has said, 'I will never leave you nor forsake you.'"
Kids who grow up with Tourette Syndrome or grow up being different are usually rejected abd made fun of by their peers.
After awhile, when people revile you and don't except you as you are, it is easy to go off on crusades always trying to prove
yourself to the rest of the world once you have reached adulthood. The good news for Christians is that God accepts
us just as we are and as the Bible Passage says, "He will never leave us or forsake us." Christians need to constantly
strive to see themselves as God sees them, and the more they do that, the less they feel they have to prove themselves to
anyone. After awhile, the harsh negative comments one receives is the past because he/she is different, no longer has any
stronghold on his/her life.