I think there are a couple of key things that speed up mental recovery following a motorcycle misadventure, lessons that can also be used to profit from a near miss or minor incident (like dropping your bike at walking speeds). The first thing to do is embrace the lesson you've learned. Don't prolong your agony by constantly mulling over impossible do-overs, just grab that bit of reality, file it in the proper drawer and move on. The proper drawer, by the way, isn't the one marked "forget." It's the drawer of tools you use to prevent certain types of realities from ever happening again. The positive you earn from any misfortune is the likelihood that it will never happen again. People who go down overbraking the front wheel don't often do it twice. Rear-ended by a car at an intersection? Run off the road exiting a corner? Forget the kickstand at the gas stop? Unless you are seriously thickheaded, or wickedly cursed, lightning will not strike twice. So your gift, then, is the lesson-it's your shield of immunity against that particular fate reoccurring.