I have a problem with a CNA at work. I am a new RN (since May) and the CNA is a nursing student (who has been a CNA about as long as I've been an RN). When we work together, this person frequently interrupts me in front of patients to explain the same thing I am trying to explain to the pt, "teases" me in front of pts which makes me sound like I don't know what I'm doing. If the pt or family puts on a call light or comes out to speak with me she demands to know what they wanted. A charge nurse and I were talking about some issues we were having with something-and she included herself and it had nothing to do with her. These are just a few examples of things that have been happening. She can be really nice, and I know she is caring to the patients. But it feels demeaning and disrespectful to me when she acts like that. She does her work (which is more than I can say about some of the other CNAs I work with), so I probably should be happy working with her but sometimes I end up leaving so frustrated.I look young for my age and am still getting confidence in my job. I know we hear a lot about "nurses eating their young" but at my job the experienced nurses have for the most part been wonderful, but this "young" is eating me!(I'm sure the answer is to talk with her, but I wouldn't know where to start and I'm absolutely horrible about stuff like this!)Thanks for listening.