I recall the tears that poured down when I watched the movie, I still believe. It was the story of Jeremy camp and his first wife, Melisa. Melissa was diagnosed with cancer and had faith she would be healed. She was cured for a moment and got married but relapsed and later died. She knew this was a life-threatening sickness, but in all of the pain still hoped and went on with life in faith. At some point, she made a statement and said what if death was for a bigger purpose.
Don’t be too fast to conclude that what you are going through is more than what another person is going through. You do not know what others are going through or what battles they are fighting, be kind to them and to yourself too. In times of pain, it would seem God has forgotten you and allowed horrible things to happen but be encouraged that He is with you through that pain. Suffering and pain should not define but refine your faith. Our lives are not full in spite of disappointment but full because of them.
The pain will pass; it is something we all face. You don’t have to be ashamed of yours. Trust God to work through that pain.