A better outcome, per se, of course, but please excuse my mentioning that it's still indicative of someone trading without yet having learned the skill of appropriate position-sizing.
Longer, slower, very beneficial way of acquiring that skill: read carefully the book Trade Your Way to Financial Freedom by Van K. Tharp (without letting the sensationalised title put you off an outstanding and very helpful read) - you might find a PDF copy of the book floating around online, if you look.
Short, fast, less beneficial way of acquiring that skill: adopt a hard-and-fast rule that under no circumstances will you ever expose more than 1% of your account-total to risk in any individual trade, for at least one year from today.
Additional suggestion: do your theory learning before trading on a demo account for several months (screen-time is comparatively wasted without a theoretical knowledge-base, and the difference between someone who has a year's experience and someone who has a week's experience repeated 50 times over is that the first person learned the theory first), and do that before trading with real money.
Key concept: don't allow yourself to be led to believe (by comments in forums or anywhere else) that "it's a practical skill that you can only acquire with practice and therefore the sooner you start to practice, the better": that's the way to the poor-house where the other 97% of aspiring traders live! :58:
And good luck, and welcome to the forum.