Continuing on the path towards healing when struck with agony, an āyah of the Qur'an comes to mind wherein our Allāh says so beautifully;
لا تقنطوا من رحمة الله
“Despair not of the mercy of Allāh.”(Surah Zumar)
What does this verse encourage? Hope. It encourages hope in the ultimate source of hope, in the Being that created hope, in the mercy of The Being whose mercy is so vast, that the mercy of all the mothers of the world combined, would equal nothing but half a percent of His mercy. This encouragement is given by the One Who Created Hope Himself.
A question arises as to why hope is encouraged here, whereas, in a broader picture, false hope could just lead to harsher disappointments.
In response to this, firstly we should note that when we say hope, this is what we mean;
Take your situation and look at it from a different perspective. If you are unable to do that by yourself, its absolutely okay and hence, communicate with someone senior who could assist you with such.
Looking at it from a different perspective will help you finding a solution, will help you to gain hope. Very often, we are so tangled in our ropes of agony and negative thought, that we fail to notice the knives of hope near us. That's exactly why Allāh has blessed certain professionals with abilities and knowledge to help others for He surely understands. Of course Allāh understands, for He created humans as well as human psychology.
Look into the lives of the Prophets عليهم السلام. Throughout the endless anecdotes in Islāmic history, difficulty upon difficulty has been narrated, alongwith how Allāh alleviated each one of them, alongwith how Allāh blessed them with torrents of mercy thereafter, based on their levels of patience and endurance. From the sickness of Ayyūb عليه السلام to Yusuf عليه السلام being cast into a well by his own brothers, from Ibrāhīm عليه السلام being thrown into a fire, to The Best of Mankind, Rasūlullāh صلي الله عليه وسلم burying six of his children during his lifetime.
These aren't narrated as bedtime stories but as a means of hope and mercy for the rest of mankind, as a means of solace for weak servants like us who are tested with such meagre difficulties based on our levels of faith. Increase your levels of hope in the mercy of Allāh, not in His creation and in turn, your faith will build a beautiful form of strength.