Many of us who have "counterconstructive responses" have them not because we have short attention spans, rather because we have actually taken the time to read MANY of the posts and threads you have had. I, for one, paid enough attention to your posts over the last few months that I offered a VERY long and detailed post addressing your anxiety and suggesting you find the underlying issue. The people who I see getting frustrated are the ones who have offered you a lot of advice in the past that you have blown off because we might have asked questions you didn't like or were critical of the way you were speaking about other individuals (instructors, a girl who wasn't interested in a romantic relationship, etc.). I have a feeling, just based on how in-the-weeds you get with things, that you are risking burning out those in real life who want to help you and share their experiences. While I'm sure people are willing to help (contrary to your opinion at times), if you are asking things like what exact text string to Google to find information, I can understand why you feel "blown off". A lot of these things you will likely have to figure out on your own, unfortunately, like most other nursing students have to. We are responsible for our own success and sometimes have to fill in the blanks on our own. I start nursing school next month (a direct-entry MSN program for non-nurses) and I have no false expectations that any of my instructors are going to hold my hand, tailor their teaching methods to accommodate me, or hand me 100% of what I will need to know. In that regard, it ISN'T much different than the military and it might be beneficial to view it similar to training to a certain extent.
Truth be told, I AM curious why you have such severe anxiety regarding studying, classes, etc. if you have gotten such good grades so far.