I agree, do not give up on nursing yet. There is a honey moon phase and then real life nursing comes and hits you in the face and the reality of the profession becomes real. We have all been through this, really, you are discovering the real side of nursing, unfortunately you are not taught what the real world of nursing is like and so when it hits you in the face, you start to second guess yourself. I have been a nurse for 29 years and many times I have considered leaving the profession. It was not the nursing, but the politics, and pay and benefits or lack there of and stress and work load, etc... I then switched to another areea of nursing until I found my niche, do I still have days when I wished I was in a different profession, oh yeah, but when it comes down to it, I really do like nursing. I would recommend finding a mentor who has been in the profession for a long time to share you thoughts, concerns, questions and frustrations. There is so much that you can do as a RN, it does not even have to be in a hospital or LTC facility. Get you one year experience and look around for something else, it may be that you are working in a bad facility and you need to find a better work environment. Ask other nurses that work other places in other fields what they recommend for a good place to work. Good luck, I hope you find your niche in nursing, because when you do, you will fall in love with it.