If this is clickbait, shame for posting it. If it is for real, we have here an LPN who has been working for a year and a half after somehow managing to accrue 26 grand in student debt (for a PN program??), doesn't know what she doesn't know about End of Life care or Pain Management, mocks her coworkers (if she is doing it here she does it there), has problems getting along with absolutely everyone, and comes here to complain that the problem lies with everyone else, not her. And that the reason everyone else she works with doesn't like her is because Nurses Eat Their Young, NOT that the nurse in question is difficult to work with and likely comes across as a know it all (based on the "older nurse who wanted to medicate my patient" comment). Even when she knows very little.
Did I get that about right?
OP if you're for real, don't interpret the responses on this thread to mean that everyone in the entire profession wants to snack on your butt. Interpret it to mean that it's time to evaluate your own interactions with coworkers and what kind of message you are sending about yourself. Take the opportunity to consider making some personal changes. At this point it's not likely that you'll be able to do any better in your current environment as by now no one wants to give you the time of day. Apply to another facility and bring a whole new attitude with you!