You were offended that something wasn't given to you. You are so good, you did something there, you gave something to everyone, and you got nothing in return. In fact, you are a liar, you did everything for yourself and immediately got everything you wanted, and now you want to deceive everyone and get double pay for nothing. You didn't do anything, and you want double pay for it over and above the deal. You are a thief, I call you a hypocritical thief.
A manipulator is a person who has condemned himself and the sentence has created terror in him. This man is a liar, he decided to bribe and deceive the judge. This man threatens and bribes a mirror, demanding of them that they were lying.
If you stop telling people (your spouse, children, employees, and the world at large) that they owe you something, it will instantly improve your life by an order of magnitude, and people will start giving you gifts not out of fear and reluctance, but with joy and enthusiasm. "Should" is pride, aggression, and violence. As long as you believe that you should, you will be treated negatively.
It seems to the proud man that he owes something to those whom he loves, respectively, they owe him. People think he gives because he loves, and he's a liar ... just a greedy moneylender who lends love at huge interest rates.
The proud man feels as if he is doing a favor to people by working or doing business with them. A proud man is a pawnbroker of the word "must". He says to people: "I owe you and gave you, and now you owe me with interest." And it always seems to the proud man that they did not give him enough, they did not pay him enough, because he gave away his priceless, and received back someone else's, worthless. Always goes a proud man, offended by people, calling everyone ungrateful.
Guilt is a dangerous thing, because it not only tells you that you owe everyone something, but also whispers that everyone owes you something. Inspired by a sense of guilt, you subconsciously begin to expect something and even demand from people. Trust me, people will not appreciate your high expectations of them.