There are two ways to look at hitting rock bottom.
One is that you can’t lose any more. “You’re bottom is where you stop digging.” You’ve lost your family, home, career, money, self-respect. What more can you lose?
The other is to treasure anything that you get after the point of crisis. You’ve lost your home, but you’re grateful there’s a shelter that you can stay at. Your family is gone, but you’ve met someone who is willing to pray with you.
The former is a natural attitude toward a bottom. Is the latter grateful attitude more likely to lead to recovery?