The headline here is: I live in a frat house with 10 other people.
They are noisy, frisky people, and living with them greatly improved my
drinking social skills, and I loved it at first, but I'm past my freshman's year, so now I want to settle down and take on college. Also I want to be able to give myself time to work on my hobbies. Those things doesn't seem to be the focus around here.
Besides the rowdy people, I have major concentration problems. I have trouble focusing in the task at hand even in the most peaceful silence, what to say of an party-all-the-time place like this.
So, pinning down the questions in matter:
Can I get some useful skill out of living in this environment? Like being able to focus even in the most stressing situations, or something like that. And if so, how can I work my self-discipline in a way that works for me?
Is it worth it? Or I'd be better off living elsewhere. Some say you should live among those that yearn for things alike you. Is it really the case here? Or should I even consider living by myself?
I thank you in advance if you can provide me your personal experiences in this matter.