4. Go to local cobbler
A cobble is professional and has all the devices to take care of your problems. They can stretch your shoes to an extent where it doesn’t hurt.
5. Hair dryer and thick socks
Put on a pair of thick socks to stop hurting yourself. If it doesn’t fit properly, you can use a hair dryer and run it over the tight parts until they feel a bit better.
The areas of the foot that suffer the most are lateral part of foot, heel bone, and toes. Apply some roll-on or stick deodorant to the problem areas in order to reduce the friction.