Healing is a process. It cannot happen overnight. There will be moments of darkness and light will shine through only sporadically. We have to aim for only light but it takes time.
Have one good friend. In my space it's my sister. Just one. Someone who you can openly share every detail to and is always there for you in your dark moments.
Kundalini Yoga helps. It focuses on breathing and energy centres because it's not only your mind that is causing the pain. Pain is sitting all over your body. I watch Nao Laxmi on You Tube. I like her sequence and her kriyas. It's also just 20 minutes which suits us Mums!
Tapping helps. I love Jessica Ortner. You can follow her on FB. She publishes some lovely videos on healing via Tapping.
Meditative walking or a run is very healing. It also allows you to be one with nature. I'm not going to say fitness because I am a fitness wanna-be! Just a walk in the morning amongst the tress and the birds - even a slight run.
Reading scripture. I read A Course in Miracles. It's a 365 day course and I do one chapter a day. I read the chapter and try my best to practise it during the day. Also if you are reading any soulful book - try and practise one of the exercises daily.
Music. I'm an Apple Music junkie. Have some lovely playlists that you can listen to at work or at home. Music can be very calming or it can rev you up into a good mood.
Understanding your psyche. This can be done via therapy or via yourself. This process is very much about psychology too. I watch a Rob Nairn video. He has published a book called Diamond Mind. Understanding what triggers you into these dark moments and how to control it works.
I hope the points above make a difference to your life in some way. Even if you try one of them, I hope that as a community we can help each other survive the challenges that life throws at us.
Much love, Vishen