Get Back Into the Goodness
Do your work, your good work, and stay in the goodness. Perpetual crisis, over-work, burdens, and stress are not natural states. Even battles are not meant to last forever. And the whole point of battles is to create victories that allow the goodness to come back into fruition. As the Germans say, gemutlichkeit, the comfort that comes with hearty courage (mut/mod). Battles are meant to be infrequent punctuations in long stretches of good peace, and are fought to win back peace that has been lost. Life may be struggle, but most often, it is the struggle of the branch to stretch out and find sunlight, the bud to become leaf, the potato to root itself, the fruit to come into fruition.
So often we let the burdens and traumas imprint upon our minds, and perpetuate them with our own stressed-out reactions. Life was meant to be enjoyed. Do your work, your good work, and stay in the goodness. When you stray from the goodness, get back into it. It's that simple.