FWD is notoriously hard on the front tires. The front will always wear faster. You can combat this by rotating often and reducing acceleration. Remember, the brakes simply accelerate the car backwards, So be softer on those too. Obviously this is hampered by your enviroment so you may just have to live with it.
What'* the TP for the car? If the tire can't handle that, You need different tires. IIRC most tires are good for 50psi MAX. Go by the TP on the drivers' door, Not the TP on the side of the tire.
I used to run 40psi on the street and got good wear. IIRC 32psi should be what the car is rated for. Increasing the tire pressure will reduce the contact patch and overall traction of the vehicle. Reducing tire pressure will increase contact patch until the sidewalls are taking the brunt of the wear.
The only way it could be anything other than driving style is if your camber is way positive. Therefore, the alignment is wrong or you turn right while braking too fast.