Before you begin to search, you need to prepare your strategy.
Step 1: Identify your topic
Step 2: consider the important parts of your topics as these will become your concepts and possible keywords
Step 3: define your terms or keywords
Step 4: decide where you are going to search. Are you just limiting yourself to Google or allowing Alexa or Siri to do your work for you? That is a really bad way to do research and a good way to set yourself up for failure.
Step 5: plan to do your search in multiple places like the library catalog, several databases, and perhaps Google Scholar.
A really great article a friend of mine, who teaches Social Work, sent me when I was really having troubles. It is from Social Work Today and is entitled Moral Distress in Social Work Practice — When Workplace and Conscience Collide