Are you the only one that feels this way??
Dealing with "entitled" patients and families just WEARS me out. And face it - this "entitlement" crosses all definitions: economic, education, religious, race, marital status and political parties.
I am here to save your a$$, wipe your a$$, care for your a$$ - but I am NOT here to kiss it. Patients and healthcare administrators alike THINK AND DEMAND OTHERWISE. It has to stop - shortages of nurses at the bedside will continue!
I think that a PSA might be a great idea - at least you will feel like you have done something, anything - but, the folks that "need" to hear it will never listen.
I'd love to be able to tell you that it gets better, or give you some magic for dealing with it - but, the fact is any change in your situation will need to come from you. I think that a change of "scenery" may be in order. Or a break. I did both and they helped for a while.
The major change came when I left hospital nursing. I am now blessed. I love my job. So keep the faith - there is SOMETHING out there for everyone. That is the beauty of nursing - so many options.
Best of Luck.
Take care of yourself.