Hey, hope you're doing find! Totally understand what it feels like to have a unreasonal boss especially when you try to be nice but they take it for grated and are extremely toxic. And because of that looking for ways to manage it, if not change. First of all, I just want to thank you for serving as us in the healthcare sector. I know it might already feel like a warzone on a normal daily basis. And with resources running low, things are getting more tensed. Well, finding different jobs may not be the solution, because the bottom line is the company's culture and the environment that you want to be looking for and priorisiting. Going into another job, you might face the same problems. Unless you find one where it has a nurtuing, open and growing culture. If not, a coping machanism that I alwayed used during one of my most trying times was when I was in amry. I just told myself that everything was a game. Every uncomfortable situation that I went through was getting "experience points" and that sooner or later I'd "level up" to a better version of myself. So what you can consider, is learning how to take things from a different perspective and challenge yourself! One of the biggest thing you can learn right now that is transferable is communication. You can apply it to your boss, colleague, friends and family to build better relationships. Better communication would not only help you cope with your current situation, but if used correctly, you might be able to win your boss's favour! Google, "Never Split the Difference by Chris Voss". In first sight, you might not think this book is anyway applicable. However, if you give it a deeper thought and let it settle on your mind. It's actually a golden nugget that might be the key to your next promotion, career progession or better, getting your gf/bf to agree with you. Once again, whether you stay or leave. Thank you for your service.