4 months ago I started a forensic psych job. It's stressful and challenging, but I love it. Watching my patients improve has been an amazing experience.
What hasn't been amazing is my experience with my supervisors. Both are extremely unprofessional, and one seems to have more mental health problems than any of my patients. She frequently lies, staff splits, and speaks inappropriately to the nurses and aids. She took an immediate disliking to me and has taken every opportunity to "counsel" me over ridiculous things.
I haven't actually gotten in real trouble, however, because the things this person "counsels" me on aren't backed up by evidence or even a breaking of policy. I'm 90% all the complaints she's claimed to receive from other people are completely made up. She's used my name as a "complainant" when accusing someone else of something that I most definitely never complained about, so it isn't beyond her.
I've been told independently by multiple people that her MO is running off nurses she feels threatened by...and (I'm dying as I write this, because I roll my eyes every time I see it on AN) because I'm young and not ugly., I'm on her radar.
I love my job, but I absolutely HATE going to work every day because of this environment. I'm not a drama person. I strongly dislike conflict, and this situation is causing me a lot of anxiety and having a negative effect on the rest of my life. Complaints to higher ups have just seemed to cause her to try to find more legitimate ways to get me in trouble. My other supervisor hasn't directly engaged in these activities, but they're best friends and she's just consistently rude.
I really want to put in my two weeks tomorrow. As much as I enjoy my work, it isn't worth my marriage or my sanity. Thoughts?