behind these castle walls (greek_geek2) wrote in her_answers,
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Girl Trouble This Time

So I thought this was all sorted out. I was wrong. Has anyone been in a similar situation? Is there a good way to approach this without sounding "guilt-trippy?"

At the beginning of the year, Caroline, Christine, and I had planned on getting a triple room and all rooming together. And then Caroline went sorority. (Please don't take the next bit as sorority or fraternity bashing for those that that statement would apply to.) She's absorbed in that now and wants to live on corridor in the sorority building. Which is natural and I wouldn't really expect her to do anything else. So I figured Caroline would room with one of her sorority buddies and Christine and I would room together again.

Just kidding.

Christine, who is as not into the sorority scene as I am, is going to be rooming with Caroline on corridor *in the sorority building* next year. She doesn't even think that she's going to like it. Now, maybe I should have stepped up the attempts to make more female friends, but for those that know me they know that in general I'll have a few - maybe - close girl friends and the rest will be boys. I click better with guys - always have, always will. But, especially when they *know* that Caroline could room with anyone she pretty much wants and Christine and I only have really the three of us to depend on, it just doesn't seem fair. I feel betrayed and hurt. Am I justified in this? I don't know. I don't want to talk to them because I'm scared that it's going to turn into a guilt trip, and I don't want to do that. I just... I don't know what to do.

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