If you know the situation, and you know what needs to be done, no one can do it for you; you have to do it. Additional insights may help, but in the end, many situations simply require action as the next step toward resolution of a problem or the alleviation of pain. And the sooner you start taking action, the faster the results; you will feel better proprietorially to the action you take.
All that is required is that you take the first step. This first step does not have to be big. What matters is that you take it. So, look at your situation and identify the first step, the first smallest step you can take to get moving, and then take it. Once you're in motion, next steps will become obvious and easier to take. You'll build momentum. And then just keep moving until you're done.
In our society we're led to believe that things should be easy and fast, or that someone else can do stuff for us. That is not the case. Sometimes things are hard and they take time, and no one can do them for us except ourselves.
To keep in mind is the fact that the sooner you take that little step, the better you will feel. And if you make that first step something tiny, something you can do right away, quickly and easily, the faster you'll be on your way.
So, don't delay, take that first step, relieve yourself of this pain and suffering. You will be so glad you did.