You are far from alone. You may want to start thinking about where you would like to go next for your career.
There really is no such thing anymore as loyalty. The initiative is no longer to keep nurses long term, just long enough for the facility to get their money's worth and move on. They can hire 2 nurses for what they pay you.
It is beyond sad, but seemingly,no one cares that you are an amazing nurse, with excellent evaluations. (By the way make sure you have copies of all of your evaluations, as they have a magical way of disappearing the harder management rides you--no proof that you were EVER a good nurse)
There is more than one instance that management makes condtions so horrible and unsafe that the nurses who know better feel as if they have no choice but to leave. Which is really what managment would like, but in passive-aggressive fashion like to make it "your idea". That way they no longer have ties, don't "have to pay unemployment" and the like. Oh, and usually love to start all this before a nurse is fully invested in their pensions--which most got rid of long, long ago.
What part of nursing do you love? Expand on that--whether case managment, home heath, hospice---even urgent care, clinics, infusion nursing--or even filling in at your local schools
. You could teach a CNA or some other type of course.
I am so sorry this is happening to you. It beyond stinks, but think of you and what will make you feel complete as a professional. Best wishes!