But I suspect there may be more to your question than just, am I the only one....
How about some support to perhaps make that job a little less annoying?
To your credit, you are able to find some positive things about the job--no doubt this is why we stay where we are basically unhappy. And we stay, believe it or not, because there is something we are getting out of the job that is enough to justify staying.
Take a look and see if you can find more positive aspects about the job, and try to focus more on them. For example, do you enjoy your patients? That can be a big positive.
Look and what, if anything, of the negative stuff you might do something about. You sound 1) frustrated with being micromanaged and 2) a bit isolated. Can you improve your working relationship with the MM's (micromanagers)? Someone may be MMing them, or they are uneasy about you (and the others too, but they'll have to fix their own issues!). If they feel more comfortable about you as an individual nurse, they will tend to direct their energies more in the direction of others--about whom they may still have some qualms.
Lastly (and maybe this should be first, but I know it's the last thing I tend to look at myself--especially if the focus of the problem seems to be outside myself!), look at how your attitude is expressed. Do you get yourself in the mood where, at least at the start of the shift, you are friendly toward the people you work with? Or are you bugged enough by the job that by the time you are there you are someone they will have to handle with "kid gloves" or coddle to keep you from bringing them (more) down?
If you are the sort of employee that walks around with a little happy aura around her (doesn't matter where you bring it from, so long as it is there), you will be happier--and that's what you want isn't it?
At least until you can find something else that you can enjoy more.
Good luck to you!