fix it right mechanically to ride it again. if not dont ride it. i high sided a year ago. i will never forget it till i die. the disorientation, the realization what is happening, the hit to the ground, the sound of metal and plastic hitting concrete at the same time, the fear that your bike will flip and land on you, your own bike landing on you, the animalistic kicking when the bike lands on your legs, the frantic scrambling to gain your bearings and escape oncoming traffic. and after reliving that every time i ride, i still choose to ride. thats not hard, thats stupid. i survived something i should have died from or been seriously injured from. sounds like you have aswell. i dont have kids or anyone who depends on me. you do. rethink what you do before you do it. thats all im saying.