Ditto as already expressed. If you want to be on a near cutting edge system you need to make some effort to ensure it keeps working. If you never want to read the update thread then you will inevitably experience a breakage at some point. That is not the distros fault.
You need to decide what is more important to you, being on a distro that allows you to use the most current software, or using a distro that runs very old components but is more stable. Perhaps a static distro is what you really want.
You can’t have it both ways. Either you get a static/old more stable distro, or a modern rolling distro that requires hands on maintenence.
Don’t choose a rolling distro then complain its not stable because you choose not to perform your due diligence. A rolling distro requires following the update news and occasionally performing interventions for problematic updates. If you don’t want to do that, don’t run a rolling distro.