Psalm 69:30: I will praise the name of God with a song, and will magnify him with thanksgiving. (KJV)
The psalmist chose to praise the name of God with a song. The psalmist who was hurt, broken, disappointed ends this psalm by having an assurance in God Almighty. He never did want to talk about his problems again but instead said he would magnify God with thanksgiving.
When we get choked by pressure/stress in life, all that we can think of is only them. Our mind and heart will constantly try to solve those problems by thinking ways of resolution. We somehow want to end them all that we find ourselves constantly talking about it to our friends and asking for solutions. The more we think about our defeats, betrayal, breach of trust, brokenness, etc., the more we dwell there. If we learn how to praise God by worshipping and singing praises to Him, our problems will no longer be problems. Remember the story of Paul and Silas in the jail? They sang/worshipped God in their pain and that brought about deliverance to them as well as to everyone who were imprisoned. We should always magnify God and never our difficulties.
God inhabits the praises of His people. No challenge is big enough for God. There is no mountain that He cannot move. There is no Red sea that He cannot open up. All things are possible with God. Cheer up and begin to pray, worship, and praise God with songs and by being thankful. You will see God’s victory in your battles.