It's my second week at boarding school (in America), and I'm feeling a bit overwhelmed and exhausted from everything that is going on. I don't mean to be racist or anything, but there are a lot of Asian teens in both the girls and boys dorm, and like two other american teens including me. I can't connect with any of them. I'm more connected to the day students, and I find it hard to talk to the other dorm students, especially my roommates. They rarely speak English in and outside the dorms. That's just one problem. At my last school, I only ate dinner, because the school lunches sucked, and I worked out three times a week. I lost some weight, but was able to maintain it. I don't have a scale in my room, but I know I'm probably in the high 90s. I'm usually around 101 or 103. I eat both lunch and dinner at school, but I feel like I'm not getting enough to eat. Breakfast really isn't my thing. I also hate going to dinner, because it's so stressful to find a place to sit and all they have for dinner is something chicken something something every night. It's usually better during the week days because I have cheer and when I go to dinner not a lot of people are there. Usually some teachers ask me to sit with them because I sit all alone. I've been thinking about going to breakfast and lunch only, because I heard the breakfast is amazing, but I hate feeling full while in class. Does anyone know how I can cope with all this stuff. Also, exercising is a really big thing for me, but cheerleading isn't really giving me the workout I want and the equipment my dorm has is old and has dust-webs on it. I also can't go to the football field to run, and I have no idea where I'm going on campus. At certain hours we have to walk with a buddy, and I don't think my roommate is the type to wake up or stop what she's doing to exercise. Any advice to help me cope with all of this stuff would be awesome. Also, I'm haven cravings for all these different foods, lol. How do I stop them?