You started a similar thread on this forum a couple of months ago, and this is what I answered:
"If you are expecting people to dance around you and kiss your a$$, then Poland is the wrong country for you."
if people are rude to you in Czechia and Slovakia they will be even ruder in Poland, trust me.
If that's the case, the problem might be with the OP, rather than with the Czechs and Slovaks.
Have you ever been to Berlin, Dominic?
Dozens of times, back in the eighties when it was still divided. But visiting it recently, I hardly recognized the place. It's a totally new city, with a totally different type of energy. The OP seems a bit eccentric, and eccentrics are probably tolerated more in Berlin than in Poland, the Czech Republic or Slovakia.
BTW, I lived in Wrocław for eight years, and think it is by far the best city in Poland. I used to live in Skierniewice, but I was not that charmed by Warsaw. In Wrocław, the Japanese Garden and the Botanical Gardens are much more interesting than Park Szczytnicki.