In November I will have been working as a nurse for 2 years. In that time frame I have had 5 jobs. I'm on fifth now. In nursing it's not as bad to have a long resume of different jobs, because you can easily say, "I got a better opportunity" or "___ wasn't the right field for me."
Don't be afraid to quit if you can find something better! I think you need a talk with your unit manager or supervisor, who ever manages the CNA's, because it is not ok for you to take time out of your day to be doing care. That could be a potential for you being late on med pass and then have another family get mad for meds being given late, etc..
I have a pt who would constantly say to me she didn't like me as her nurse... well she has Narcs and I wouldn't leave until I saw her take them... so she didn't like me. I've always been sweet to her however, and she refused meds, I didn't push it, but I always tried to have a small chat when I could, if she was on a good mood with me... well finally about 2.5 months later, lol, she likes me haha. The other morning I woke her up for her 0600 meds and she was sticking her tongue out at me, kinda like a little kid does through a window, if you get what I mean, it was so cute and honestly made my morning.
Pt have bad days and when someone gets mad at me I always think... they are at a ****** time in their life. Something happened and they are here with us, they need care, they need meds, they can't go home just yet, or maybe never. Of course they will have bad days, be angry for no reason, be depressed, but there's always tomorrow. Don't let a family member who doesn't know what we do as nurses say she doesn't like you and let it affect you.... Those meme's about, "sorry I didn't answer your call light to get you water because I was doing CPR next door", is our real world.
And also remember, we always have pt discharging, going to hospitals, room changes, so it's not like your necessarily stuck with the same people forever, things will change and things will get better. Nursing isn't easy, if it was, we wouldn't need a license or a degree to do it.