I admire your perseverance which is the key to eventual success. I also think the problem and solution lies in yourself, not a strategy. The first step is to keep a record of your losing trades, and aim to analyse why they failed, and do the same with profitable trades as to why they succeeded.
Now you have a an embryo process to follow - do more of what has worked and less of what doesn’t. Make absolutely sure that every trade follows the same fundamental process including risk exposure and lot size.
However, as for a strategy, the simpliest works best. I know a trader who uses the Daily chart and buys on an upward trend and sells on a downward trend using the 100SMA to detrmine the long term trend and the 50SMA as the entry signal.
I would suggest you look at a naked chart, follow price movements, and learn how to read what the candles are telling you, and then aim to ‘guess’ the probablitity of the next candle. It’s either a continuation, or a reversal, or there are pros and cons whereby you would wait for the second candle to give you a probability confirmation.
Candles are enormous, fat, thin, small, HH and LL progressing, becoming spikes with big wicks etc etc. After spending one hour on a five minute chart, you’ve made 12 probability decisions.
I hope that helps, and gives you a new path to tread. Best of luck.