In the best of times it is a constant companion, like the start of a tooth ache and at the worst times it seems like a mudslide wiping out life as we have known it and as we have expected it to be for ourselves and our loved ones.
But I plead with you not to feel you must be stuck "until things get better." God is working in your situation even now when things feel so chaotic and hopeless. But I believe that to the degree you can step out of the emotions of the situation you can embrace hope and shine that hope on those you love.
Psalm 126:8 reads: "Those who sow in tears shall reap with shouts of joy!" That does not say "those who sit and mope will reap with shouts of joy." So what positive things might we sow?
I suggest beefing up your spiritual life: attend church, listen to uplifting music, keep praying, keep listening to the song God is singing to your heart, and as you are calmed and find direction, that will speak more loudly to your loved ones than any exhortation. If you need to find a job, look with quiet confidence because God has a plan for you. If you need to care for others, do so with tender, focused care. Eat in a healthy manner; walk or join a gym so you can stay healthy yourself.
You will sow for the future through your tears now, and so you will reap with shouts of joy as God reveals your new life of hope in faith for you.