This might sound simple but my solution came when i started writing things down.
My story is written kind of like a TV show or anime, so the format helps.
I'm always close to a noteblock, and if not I do it on my phone, but I started to write down every little idea I have... Even the dumbest ones, or ones that don't fit the story i'm making or even ones that are off-character for them.
Whenever i'm feeling down or out of things to write i look at my notes.
What also helped me reduce writers block was planning a ahead... By having the base idea of what episode ahead of my characters is going to be, I already know what to write, i just need to put the words on 'paper' and make it 'fancy'.
And instead of coming up with new episodes everyday, i can just try and reenvision episodes i already thought about so that maybe new inspiration comes on how to improve that particular scene.
Thanks to these two trick i not only have stopped getting blocked all the time like i used to, I also stopped getting demotivated when i saw how much i had to go still.
And even better, my story is now much more well thought out, I have the plot of every episode of season 1 already pre-sketched out. And I already have ideas for season 2 and beyond.
As a bonus, this also helps estabilishing plots that are not tied to my main story, either spin-off in the same universe, or new universes altogether... ANd letting my mind wander has done wonders for my creativity and selfsteem.
Nowadays I don't really get block anymore, I only skip writing for the day if i'm depressed to the point i cannot muster the energy... And depression is no longer tied to my inabilty to write but instead to outside factor.
For your specific case, i'd reccomend taking a moment for you... I know you've already been dealing with the block, but stressing over it does not help... Take a YOU day, just promise yourself you will nto worry about writing AT ALL, and when that day is done you will probably be feeling better not worse.
If during that day you get a good idea going, write it down and try putting it on paper some other time... Pressure is the biggest enemy of art well done.