Rewriting is hard. Bloody hard. Cut your wrists hard.
Not necessarily. How much you hate rewriting depends in large measure on how seriously you want your work to be top drawer. A lot of writers don’t care that much about this. They just want to get to the last word in their book. A decent goal. But if you want the book to be the best book of the year, you’re going to have to do a lot of reworking. A lot. More than you imagined when your book was just a gleam in your naive eyes.
Rewriting makes books good. It’s that simple. And all books are different. Your novel may call for three or four rewrites, or it may need a dozen or two dozen, or in the case of many famous authors, years and years of savage rewriting,
It’s just that simple. Get used to that idea. Or write a really awful book.