Sorry to hear about your accident. But the positive side to this is that you can learn a lot.
1. Never panic. Do not attempt to lift bike or do anything quickly
once an accident happened. It is human nature to try to rectify the error, but believe me, if you take some minutes to calm down, you can save yourself and your bike from more damage.
The only exception to this is if you or the fallen bike is in danger of making more accidents or damage, then try to remove the bike quickly.
2. Learn to lift the heavy bike in a proper way. As someone said here, google / youtube search it.
3. You can always wait
for help. Usually bikers who see a fallen comrade will stop and assist. (some are laughing their ass off, because they scored a good campfire story)
4. Always park the bike in a good way, especially if there are huge winds around. Also get the side-stand extensions (eg: Touratech, Wunderlich all kinds of brands have this) for only say 30-50usd. Some innovative people even build their own (I call them cheapos)
5. Stay safe and ride safe. If needed, visit the gym sometimes for building some arm and torso muscles.