Being okay is not something you can just achieve overnight, or over a day, or even over a week. It's not something you rush, it's something that takes time, an uncertain length of time.
It would take you on some sort of uncertain journey knowing yourself, like knowing what makes you not okay today, or what makes you feel alright again the next day.
You will really never know when will you be completely okay, that's the truth; but the good thing here is this: you have all the time in world to finally be.
You have all the time for yourself to use it, to take the chance to finally learn how to say "I'm not okay." at times you're not. Denying the truth to yourself won't help, accepting it and embracing it, would. You have to treasure that downfall moment, everyday; every weekend, in a midst of everything.
You have to do something about it, and what's more to create something from it, of all people; for yourself.
It can be a messy puzzle to fix, it can be a long process to be done with, but remember this: It's okay to work on being okay, it's okay to find out what would work for you or what would not;
than to fret and work on nothing at all.
Just a thought