Try to hang in there for the experience.
You've only been doing this for two months-- not nearly enough time to build confidence and skills.
Trust me, most new nurses suffer terribly in the beginning.
I remember having panic attacks, diarrhea, nausea... oh, and wishing I'd I'd crack a hip or something so I wouldn't have to work.
You have to keep at it and get past the New Nurse Blues.
I tried to view it the same way I viewed nursing school
: this, too, shall pass!
One thing that helped me was to envision myself as being tough!
I rammed steel down my spine and reminded myself, "I have only to get through this one day!"
When you make it through the day and the shift is over, give yourself a good pat on the back.
Think of how good you feel that you didn't just quit, but met a challenge.
Give yourself a year before you decide to fly the coop.
Who knows... maybe in a year you won't want
And if you still do... you've got a year of experience under your belt.