John I'm not going to comment on any hands specifically but a general theme form them all is that you're playing a bit ego-y and stubborn.
This isn't a criticism the exact opposite, when you first really start out in poker it means
a lot, and by means a lot to you I mean that you care a LOT about every hand, because at this stage in your career you have little to no concept of the mystical "long run" because you've not played anywhere near enough hands to realise that often (to quote Geeforce) a hand just isn't meant to be, and we have to concede - we don't need to win every pot!
All the calling 3bets OOP with dreadful hands (A6-A9o being the WORST HANDS YOU CAN POSSIBLY HAVE OOP WITHOUT THE INITIATIVE IN 3BET POTS) is, I shouldn't wonder because you think you will be able to "outplay him post-flop" this is car-crash thinking, the biggest post-flop edge in the world won't over-ride the fact that you have a dreadful hand and your OOP to a strong range, honestly give Ivey A6o in MP 100-150bb deep and let him try make money peeling your 3bets form the btn, seriously he CANT, and being possibly the world's best he's not going to call with A6.
The reason you are making these plays is most likely because you're really really passionate about the game, but I think to combine this with more composure, more thought and a bit more respect for your opponents, you can never really get into someones head until you understand them, so with no respect for someones poker at all you can never "crush" them. You might think they play bad but you need to respect the fact they are playing and this in itself makes them dangerous.
The other thing to remember is bluffing ISNT a bad thing, we want to bluff sometimes but it isn't about bluffing to "own" someone, or bluffing cos we want to win this pot, it's about our hand, our opponents range and our percieved range, in order for us to bluff we have to a) not have a good hand (this isn't ALWAYS TRUE OFC) b) be repping a legitimate value hand and c) be against a range of hands that CAN fold... if you play 1000 hands and in 678 of these hands you get to the river with a super strong range vs a super weak range then you prolly wanna be bluffing nearly all these times, if you have 78o and decide to chk/call a GS on a paired board and reach a turn with near on zero equity repping very little then you dont wanna be bluffing. you get me?
Get me on skype I'll sweat you for your session tomorrow if you like.
on a positive note I think all the best players start spewy and get better rather than the other way round