KylieBear, I sooo feel your pain and frustration.
Try hospice nursing. It is AWESOME! I, too, became tired of fighting the good fight. Now work in a non-nursing job. No pay compared to nursing salaries, but I am happier and more peaceful than I've been in a long time. Heck, I'm even off of blood pressure and blood glucose regulating meds now! My general physical and mental health has vastly improved since leaving the field of nursing. Miss helping folk but do NOT miss the physical/emotional/mental stress of it all.
Good luck in the future. Try to find a better fit for your particular nursing talents. I did, and left wherever I felt uncomfortable with the suits up above trying to run facilities from their ivory towers of an office environment while we good soldier nurses were out fighting in the line of fire for them to line their pocketbooks with outrageously high salaries and understaffing us to do so.
The need for good nurses is there. There are many specialty areas you may be more comfortable in than LTC. Give one a try. You've been there for long enough you can harmlessly change jobs now.
Go for something different. You've earned the change.