I'm not new to being in college, but lately these issues have started to become unbearable. I am a very dedicated student, I work very hard, making sure I don't just get through school, but also get the most out of it while I'm here. I will be a doctor of sorts when I graduate, eventually. I literally have no life. All I do is homework, studying, eating something, sleeping and going to class. And on top of that, I'm what some people refer to as "straight edge," i don't use substances of any sort. Alcohol is a big part of college. Because of all of this my roommates don't like me, they think i'm distant and have an attitude because I don't socialize enough for their liking, and they critizize me because I'm so "weird." I don't feel bad for having the right reasons to be in school, and I don't use substances because I've seen it destroy too many people. I don't need them, I just want to be good at what I do, and know as much as I can about it. But it is near impossible to find others like me, and I literally have no one at school, nor really at home. What should I do?
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