I’ll be the first to admit that settling on an interpretation of quantum mechanics can be very difficult. I’ve always preferred my science to be deterministic. This appears in many interpretations such as Many-Minds and Many-Worlds. A less controversial interpretation is the de Broglie-Bohm interpretation. Below is an introduction to the theory taken from a paper by Ward Struyve.
In de Broglie’s pilot-wave theory the description of a quantum system by means of the wavefunction is extended by considering point particles which follow deﬁnite trajectories. The velocity ﬁeld of these particles is fully determined by the wavefunction. Given the initial positions of the particles, their trajectories are fully determined by this velocity ﬁeld. In this sense the particles are ‘piloted’ by the wavefunction, hence the name pilotwave theory.