Here are some tips that will help you.
It’s important to fall in love with the end result rather than concentrate on the difficulties you are going to face trying to get there. Let me give you two examples.
When I was young, I used to enjoy doing jigsaw puzzles. When choosing a jigsaw, I never considered how long it would take me to complete, how difficult it was going to be to assemble all the pieces in the correct positions, the constant risk that someone passing by could knock it off the table, sending the pieces crashing to the floor, or that there may be a piece or two missing. I fell in love with the finished product, the picture on the lid of the box, and that was my motivation to keep going to the end.
These days it is very common for people young and old, male and female to have aesthetic surgery. Those that do, fall in love with the end result, their perceived improvement in beauty, rather than concentrating on the pain of the surgery, and the recuperation process.
You need to do the same when learning English or any other task. Consider the increased opportunities you will have when you can speak English, not the pain and suffering of getting there. See the time and money spent as an investment which will pay back huge dividends in the future.