Bean let me say this, I don't think everyone is cut out to work LTC, and I for one, if I had to go thru a program like this to become an LPN or an RN, I wouldn't have made it.
I don't do LTC and I don't blame you if you don't enjoy it either. I do beleive you can dislike working in settings like this, but still enjoying caring for others in another setting. I blieve that working in many different areas is a calling, not something you just walk into, and LTC is one of them. It takes a special kind of person to do LTC as it does to do PEDs, which I also don't like or care to work in.
You will encouter many who have areas of nursing that they loathe, and would rather do anything else but that. So don't beat up on yourself because of it. And don't quit your goal of becoming a nurse either just because you don't happen to be a LTC person. I would seek another certification, if you need to work, and can't see yourself working in a LTC facility. But as a CNA there are many different places you can work. So find out what other opportunities that would be available to you, before you go on to something else, just to avoid working LTC. If I can help you in anyway, please let me know.
Here's wishing you the best, no matter what you decide...