Life is a lot like a card game. You've got to learn to play with the cards you are dealt.
If you can replace your cards, good, go ahead and do so. If you can't, make the most of the cards you have been dealt.
Let's face it, all of us have been dealt a less than perfect hand. Our parents didn't have halos. We have weaknesses, vulnerabilities, and dark sides. Some of us even have disabilities. But these do not have to doom us.
I'm dyslexic. But, I know dozens of people who have my disability who are high achievers - CEO's, university professors, and business owners.
How is this possible? They learned how to play with the cards they were dealt. They organized their cards, kept their wits, refused to tip their hand, and learned to play a smart hand.
You can do the same.