I feel for you! I am also not a fan of oatmeal, but spent some time trying to implement it into my breakfast as a healthy and filling option. I didn't like things of this nature as a kid either; cream of wheat, oatmeal, or even baby rice cereal as a little one (according to my mum, I spat it out).
I found the best way to improve the oatmeal is to add things in with other textures and flavors. I liked to add walnuts, dried cranberries, some vanilla extract, and maple syrup. It's worth noting that the final result is only as good as the individual ingredients. In other words, if you're using sub-par syrup or cinnamon, for example, you're going to get sub-par oatmeal.
Try swapping out the usual water or milk used to make oatmeal with a quality juice, for example. Chocolate chips, shredded coconut, dried fruits (dried apples, banana chips, raisins, dried pineapple), fresh fruits, nuts, seeds- all good options! You can even stir in some peanut butter after the cooking process (or overnight process, depending on how you make your oats). I've also had a decent savory oatmeal that had chives, a little cheddar cheese, and bacon bits. So don't be afraid to think outside of the box!