In some situations, people don’t like those who take pleasure in having their ways, and there is a good reason for this.
When Cain killed his brother, he did it out of jealousy. His sacrifice was not accepted. God found fault with many of his attitudes, but, Cain probably saw no reasons why he is considered different.
Jacob was another example. He wanted the firstborn heritage at all cost even when he knew there were severe repercussions for that. It took him not long to obtain the blessings destined for Esau from their father.
Having your way all the time is toxic, inimical and disastrous not only to oneself but to those in your world. If things were out of your reach, then it would be because these were not supposed to be yours. It is as a result of the me-me attitudes that many marriages no longer stand the test of times. The me-me has pushed many families out of the spheres of collective relationships into the lairs of hatred and separation. Friends are no more significant because others failed to meet up to expectations.
Take off this dangerous me-me attitude(s), and you will realise how much little things of life are the most important.