As a child, Elizabeth Nicole suffered much turbulence in all her relationships including her parents, beginning at a young age. After her parents divorced, she began to become more lonely and depressed. She did not have many friends, because she could never find a crowd that she fit in with.
As she began to grow up into her grade-school years, she was betrayed and sexually abused by people she trusted. Her once soft heart, now tainted with darkness would be the start of a downward spiral. A battle began to rage inside of this once innocent little girl. While the demons began filling her voids, she was also being sought after by a God she did not know. No matter how far she went, He fought for her by sending people into her life who knew Him to testify of who he was. As she began growing up, she continued down her rebellious road, not wanting to anything to do with this God, who sought after her. As she progressed into adolescence, she fought harder to find her place and became willing to do what she had to do to fit in.
Her parents, at their wit’s end, no longer could handle her and allowed her to bounce between the two of them, hoping that the other one would be able to handle her better than the other. It never worked. It only made her runaway heart colder that contained thicker walls. Her anger became worse, but instead of pointing it outward toward those who had hurt her as she did when she was a child, it became her inward demon. As she left middle school and entered high school, her inner demons began to show outwardly, the oppression she was under. She was lost, alone, and now labeled a manic depressive by the psychologist she looked to for help. The only one who could help her now would be the God that people continually talk about, and one day, she would realize that He was there the whole time and was only waiting for her surrender.