Omg, shelf your drama and learn from what people are trying to show you, here. It is not You vs The World. Learn to work within the world you live in and you will get SO much further.
The reality is that at every stable, you trade pros and cons. A list of your priorities, in order of importance, will clearly outline what you can let go of and what you're not willing to give up.
The last place I boarded at had: a great community, great trails, safe horsekeeping, outdoor horsekeeping, 5 mins from my house. It did not have: enough calories for my horse. So I shut up and fed her up every time I was there (almost daily). The pros were all my top five wants. The con I could do something about.
Now I'm a 30-something barn owner dealing with ungrateful people who have no appreciation for why I run things the way I do. Don't like it, move somewhere else.
Good luck, kid and remember, you're the driver of your own bus.
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