More than a little bit, actually. She has done everything anyone could within the rules of what is supposed to happen, she has consulted, she has tried to get the Cabinet to agree, and it has all been thrown back in her face. Nobody seems to realise that it is not "her" deal, it's the one that could be agreed with the EU, which has said that having agreed it after over 2 years of talks, it's not talking about it all over again. The House of Commons rejected it, she has shown willing in going back to Brussels and asking them to at least look again at the controversial bits, and STILL it gets thrown back in her face again by MPs who seem never to have heard of the excellent adage "politics is the art of the possible". She never even supported Leave in the first place but once that's what the people voted for, that's the decision, that's democracy, and it's the government's responsibility to get it DONE.
Meanwhile we have remainer MPs who have no respect for democracy and have tried to scupper it at every stage, extremist leavers who reject the deal because it doesn't go far enough for them, and between them they seem, for some reason, to want to make a complete dog's breakfast of the whole thing. For Pete's sake, the right thing to do would have been to accept the agreed deal as it does most of what we want, we can continue to nag the EU about the rest afterwards, and in the meantime we get Brexit.
But MPs are a crowd of squabbling toddlers throwing all their toys out of the pram. The idea has occurred to me of a public spanking in Parliament Square of all of them who won't go with the will of the people. My least respect goes to Jeremy Corbyn, who has consistently rejected everything, leads a party with no Brexit policy, and then has the gall to tell Theresa every Wednesday that she's making a total ****-up of it. On this, she is 100% correct - it's a ****-up because of him, not her.
I rather liked her speech to the nation on 20 March in which she blamed MPs for the mess. It is disingenuous of them to complain about her blaming them - she's right. If they're now feeling hurt because we have now seen a little of nasty Theresa, they deserve it.