Changes don’t happen because you feel frustrated with the results you’re getting. Changes occur when you create new agreements, adopt new understandings, and establish new boundaries.
The world doesn’t respond to your disappointment. It responds to your decisions.
Being dissatisfied simply doesn’t affect anything until you channel your emotional energy along productive lines.
Turning up your nose at all the “morons” who keep “ruining your day” might make you feel very self-righteous about how much more enlightened you are than everyone else, but your life will still look and feel the same. Does that satisfy you? Are you honestly willing to settle for being a martyr among “morons”?
At what point does getting what you want take precedent over being right about how wrong the other party is?
That’s the question you’ve got to ask for yourself. Your answer will let you know the exact date when you can expect your life to start turning around.
That’s my two cents.