I am Left Handed. Most spatulas are designed for Right hand people. The Slant. I have 2 spatulas that work. It took many years of estate and tag sales to find these. No, sorry, you may not borrow either of them. I have a flat front spatula as well. For me, it does not work like the others. It is a useful design, so I keep it. it could very well be a Robinson, it has a wooden handle. If I pull it from my utensils, it generally goes back in favor of another.
It's what we like and what we are used to using.
Sometimes, I find a pair of tongs works,depending on what you are cooking, like for anything sizzling on a grill, or whatever/ Or even a fork like for scramble eggs. A minute ago I was thinking about pancakes on another thread, When a good spatula is important.
And yes, it is crucially important to have a spatula that is just the right length handle, fits in your hand and is designed to do the flipping work.
I hope you find one that meets your specifications and someone has a clue to find what you are looking for. ebay? Garage sales? old people's leftovers? or amazon? Just don't be fooled by those black plastic things sold at stores everywhere. They aren't it.