Remember back in 2nd grade when you said “This is the worst day of my life?” No? But it’s probable that you said that or something along those lines at that time, give or take a year, right? What about in middle school? High school?
The thing is, outside of a couple major traumatic experiences, most things you think are bad can’t be remembered with much significant detail years later. So that must mean they’re not important enough to stop pushing, right? Stay focused on your goals. I’m sure you’re successes are much more memorable than your failures. Keep that trend going.