You may have trouble finding a new position with your limited experience, I hope that you can find a way through to get more experience and build your skill set. Documentation is a key skill that you're going to need in any environment and many nurses struggle with it, ask for help from a nurse you work with if you can. There are many valuable skills to be gained in a long-term care facility. After caring for 20-40 patients in a shift, moving into acute care with 6-8 patients doesn't seem as daunting. Yes, the acuity is higher, but you've learned time management and that transfers anywhere. Focused assessments are key in long-term care, not everyone is having their vital signs recorded every shift, not everyone can communicate effectively, nurses have to learn to rely on their aides and also take action based on their observations if patients have a change in conditions. It's quite possible that your management is picking on you, or that you need to improve, or a little of both. Try to relax, everyone was new at some point, and there are lots of nurses out there that have been around a while, so it can be done. But if you're so anxious that you make it worse you're dooming yourself to failure. Before your shift, take a deep breath, put a smile on your face, tell yourself it's going to be a good shift, and you'll find that more and more often it will be. Good luck.