But there is a difference in what people think about something and what they feel while they're doing it. It's pretty normal not to necessarily be greeting the prospect of a run on a dark rainy windy night with whoops of glee. But generally once you're out there it's kinda fun!
Not always recognized, that - i.e. that things someone desires and anticipates / "hates" and dreads don't correspond necessarily to what they enjoy at the time or are glad they did.
So I do wonder, do you really hate it? Or do you just not think a lot of it when you're not doing it? If you don't like it at the time then goodness, isn't life too short for that ?! Take up tango or something! Be happy!
Ask the local running shop about beginners' groups - the shop itself may do something, and/or a local club might, and/or you could try going along to your local parkrun if there is one.
Makes a big difference, just having a bunch of people to talk to who've been there and done that and (between them) run into all the problems.
I'd still go out on schedule and do the time but if you get niggles that get worse (rather than wearing off as you warm up) then just walk - it keeps the habit going and still helps with fitness. And if you can't do that go out and cycle or swim.