I'm sorry :(
But remember- something good always comes out of something bad.
I have loved horses since I was a little girl. I started riding lessons when I was 8. They went fine, I was leasing a horse that I loved (And still love) to bits, and having a lot of fun. Well, I was only half leasing, and one of my "friends" started riding him the days I didn't because her horse was hurt (Due to her own stupidity). She hurt him as well, overworked him, and he fell in the middle of my riding lesson. I took a dive and landed on my head, and ended up with a concussion.
The next day, I found out that my "friend" blamed me for hurting him, which would never in a million years happen. I left that barn and haven't ridden since, because I couldn't BELIEVE that they would believe her (The compulsive liar) over me, the person who never lied to them ever. I felt hurt and betrayed and I just couldn't believe it.
However, since that fall, my life has changed. I've gotten more confident and become the kind of person who says "You know what? You don't have to like me. But I don't have to care what you think. I've been through much worse so I don't really care anymore." Also, I've gotten more into music. I've gotten 10x better at guitar, and I have an opportunity to record at a studio, which probably wouldn't have happened if I was still riding.
If it wasn't for that fall, I wouldn't be that way. I've dropped my dream of riding (For now, I'll pick it back up in another year when I can drive), but I've gained so much more. I've made so many new friends and become so much stronger in myself. Yeah, I wish it had never happened and that I was still riding three times a week, but even if it hadn't, we wouldn't have been able to pay for it and I would have lost it either way.
Point being, don't focus on the bad. Focus on the good and on what can happen. It may seem bad now but when you look back on it in a month, two months, a year, you'll see that good things did come out of it.