Imagine someone is going through a personal crisis, and they desperately and immediately need to turn to Allah. However, they can't: they need to make wudu, identify qiblah, cover their awrah, and perhaps even wait until menses has finished. Being in a state of crisis, they're incapable of doing these things, so they don't turn to Allah.
This feels inherently wrong.
Question: How can someone turn to Allah in times of crisis?
The answer to this question How is a women in her menses supposed to make dua without making wudu? indicates dua is possible during menses. [This question has an unreferenced answer Can we supplicate to Allah without wudu/ablution?; it might be correct, but I can't tell without references.]
[Note: I initially wrote the real motivation for this question (which is personal), but deleted it before posting, as I was worried that people would misinterpret it as an advice question and offer opinions about a highly personal topic. So I'll just ask the bare-bones question.]