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Tuesday, October 9, 2012

When life gets you down, try to make something good out of it. When life gets you down a second time, there's something wrong with the people in life...

So when I thought things were getting better it seems I was wrong. Everyone I talked to on my dorm floor suddenly started ignoring me, friends who I would talk to before the whole roommate issue are now BFFFFFFs with my roommate and are totally ignoring me. I don't know what is going on?? I am soooooooo confused! Did I "talk shit" about someone again? Is my roommate trying to turn everyone against me?? Am I so unlikable that people don't even wanna be around me?? This is so confusing! It's even more confusing cause one of my friends didn't like my roommate at all and now they are like, best friends. WHAT THE HELL????????

I was hoping to come to college with good experiences with people and to have a good time. I didn't want this to be like high school! This sounds like something that would happen in high school!!!!! I didn't come here to be ignored and outcasted from the world, I came here to make friends and get a good education. 

I also came here so I can SLEEP! This morning my roommate turns on her light and fucking HAIR DRYER a half an hour before I had to get up. WTF?!?!?!?!? I'm OBVIOUSLY sleeping, I don't do that to her! I keep the lights off so she can sleep, the only thing I do is open the blinds so I am not walking in the dark. I don't turn on hair dryers, I don't bang around the room, I don't do anything like that!

Why is this happening...

3 comments:

  1. Seems to me like you need to demonstrate the Golden Rule to her... If she wakes you up half an hour before you need to wake up and starts banging stuff around, then you need to start doing the same. When she says something to you, say "I'll stop doing it when you stop doing it."

    I know it's immature and stooping to her level, but if being mature and talking to her isn't working, you need to SHOW her how annoying it is... After all, some people require more hands-on learning. She just might be one of those people.

    Personally, I think she's just trying to get you to the point where you get so annoyed that you switch rooms so she can have the room to herself. I remember you telling me that she's not used to having to share anything, so this is probably her way of coping with it... It's even possible that she doesn't realize what she's doing

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