I'm definitely Type B and don't think I would last a single day in an ICU setting. Or a med/surg where someone is likely to code. I work in psych and that has been a good fit so far. All walkie/talkies, IM and PO meds only and only an occasional Code Grey restraint. The most medically compromised we get is Type 2 DM or Hypertension.
I'm interested in wound care nursing so am looking into that. Preferably to work in an OP wound care clinic someday.
I took the psych job as a new grad and I did have 1 preceptor that was very intimidating, adding to that her thick Asian accent which prior to that job I had no exposure to such diversity. I think she thought I was stupid because I could barely understand a thing she said and kept asking her to repeat herself. (So sorry folks, NETY is true) Now 2 years later, we get along great (and I learned how to interpret these accents better
So they may be mean to you now, but in a year or 2, may come to respect you. Hang in there.