I used to have a looooooong thread about how I did. Win, lose or draw I put it all out there. Losing streaks are part of the game. I had the tail end of November and the month of December where I couldn't win a hand. I was playing about 5-6 SnG's a day and went on a major slide. Luckily I never over extended my BR but it took a major, major hit. I had the normal suckouts: my AA, KK being cracked, losing every coin flip. Those really didn't bother too much, just part of the game. But when your full houses lose to quads, straight flushes lose to higher straight flushes, being rivered to 1 outers, etc. Those are heartbreaking. If that happened once in a while....chalk it up to bad luck, but when that happens consistently for six weeks. It's heartbreaking. I guess in a way I didn't have it too bad, losing streaks lasting for months are not uncommon. Plus, I actually got a refund from Full Tilt when several people got caught cheating....that just added fuel to the flames of an already terrible month.
Your discipline, confidence and tilt control are put to a test when you go on a major slide. You can grow from it, with the right attitude.