It's really our choice how we look at the situations life throws us into. This man in the photo is strong and determined. I am sure he will reach the top and do a happy dance. He has muscle where before he may have had flab. His back is straight and sure. This is how I choose to look at adversity.
We all have it. We all probably know people who complain and go over and over theirs. These are people I tend to avoid. It's the one's who share their victories with me, I admire. That is who I want to be.
Of course nobody is able to do this all the time. There is a period of shock and disbelief with some situations, we all need time to recover from that. Then it is a choice to frame it up as an opportunity to seek the lesson to be learned. Nothing is an accident in God's world. "All things work together for the good to those who love God and are called according to His purpose.
So get on you knees, thank him for the answers already on their way. Do what you can and be patient. Fantasizing the freedom to grow from adversity without panic.