Look for positive activities that will help you get over your disappointment. Perhaps you enjoy writing in your journal, playing games or running in the park. Do one or more of those things. This will help you overcome the disappointment. Also, write down on paper everything that you’re grateful for. This will help you see the positive things in your life rather than the negative things.
You’ve been disappointed. That’s in the past. It’s time to move forward, so don’t dwell on your disappointment. Remember that not all disappointments are bad. In fact you may eventually realize that what you wanted is not really what you needed. You may discover you’re better off because things didn’t work out as you’d planned. There may be a silver lining in your disappointment. Use the disappointment to reexamine your priorities. Then you may want to make major or minor changes in your life and focus on new goals. That can help you work through your disappointment. Remember, the only true failure is to give up!
… eventually realize that what … is not really what …（…最終會認清…其實不是…）