When you start thinking that someone is out to get you, that the decisions they are making are personal and against you, you are making a lot of self-centred assumptions in a split second.
You assume that they know of you.
You assume that they know what is good and bad for you.
You assume that they think of you when making their own decisions.
You assume that they understand the depths of your value and skills.
You assume that they prioritise your circumstances over theirs.
You assume that they care enough to actually bother.
You assume that they are the villain to your own personal script.
Of course, some of these assumptions might be on target. But even just making them, even though you do not know you are making them, consumes a lot of your energy and resources.
Assume instead that they are doing their best for themselves and for the interests they represent.
It almost never is personal. And even when it is, you are far better off assuming it is not.