Darren had a real good idea there, its got to be wrong of him going throug your things, that may be away out of this roomate.
As for talking about your feelings with the guys, I woud let feelings out naturally, its got to be hard, this I guess is easier said then done. I might test the waters a little and they seem sorta skiddish, maybe there will be at least one you can really click with and share how you feel.
Or/and you can also come here and talk, everybody is really supportve, will listen, you can vent
just talk, we are here.......
God Bless,and have a Great Day!!.......Love.....Sheryl
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Posted 9/12/2008 1:40 PM (GMT -7)
hey soccerguy -- i know exactly how you feel because I went through a similar situation my freshman year of college. I knew my assigned roommate and I weren't going to work out by day 1. It's a horrible feeling to not want to go back to your room. Just like you, I made really good friends with some people in the dorm next to mine and hung out there all the time. I think the only reason we lasted as roommates as long as we did was that she went home every weekend. By the end of the second semester though, we got in a big fight and she ended up moving back home for the last month.
I would like to tell you that things will get better, and they might as I do not know your roommate, but from experience I can tell you that it might not. I remember from the beginning, I was also trying to switch rooms, but everyone in my dorm seemed to be content with their situations. However, I wish I would have thought about requesting to switch dorms. There are many students who decide within the first few weeks that they want to dropout of school and leave their dorms. Check with residential life to see if there are any openings elsewhere on campus and go talk to the roomie living there to see if he would be a better match. If things are too hectic this semester, try to see if you can at least get another room for the spring semester.
Let us know how things go, ok?