At first the same happened to me. I have made a few adjustments that have worked very very well.
Mix it up. Raise your 7 8 suited with 5 callers, and limp in the same situation. Raise your high pockets 3 or 4x the blinds, limp also. The less someone can figure out the better. mix it up, consistently. I folded crap on the button twice today, and would have flopped full houses, but at least i made the right decision at that time. I also folded several high cards preflop without even a call, AK, AQ, AQ, 99, A10. I used to never fold a good starting hand, but when you have a stack, its better to have something more solid to call 2 all ins behind you. It feels REALLY good when you fold it and see how much money you would have lost.
If you have flipped over the best cards several times, and are playing well, a couple of bluffs will carry you to the final table. Dont bet on the flop then check the turn, unless youre sure you have the best hand. Fire on the turn if you are not sure.
Do not under any circumstance lose half of your stack on low pockets. It sucks, I know, just fold to the crazy raise, you will get better cards.
A 1000 person HE NL game runs 250 300 hands, you are not in a freeroll, you do not need to play 249 of them.
I've honestly never been playing better, i won $50 in a freeroll, and my accounts at $700 right now. I have won 2 tournys, a 2nd place, and a 1st in a sitNgo in the last two days.
I have deposited, Ive put $250 in FT, $100 in UB, lost all of that. I absolutely hate UB, FT can be retarded too ( quads every 3 hands, but ull lose to a strait flush with them lol ) i play live tournaments every day, live is my favorite
GL on your bankroll