Advice for coping with change and stepping out of my comfort zone
I'm back, asking for advice, yet again, haha.
So, I'm an INFJ, as you can see. Though for some reason when I take a test, it says that my intuition and sensing are pretty split, which makes sense at times.
Anyway, I'm now moving off to college. I have orientation this Thursday, it is a two day event that starts early in the morning, to very late at night. We have a randomly assigned room mate and we're forced to spend the night in the dorms. That in of itself is unsettling to me, haha.
I'm incredibly nervous and have actually been losing sleep over this. I actually cannot enjoy myself. I have no idea where to go, as the campus is essentially a little town. It's very huge. From what I looked up about orientation, there is a lot of partying and socializing, which automatically has me dreading it.
I'm a very insecure person, I have trouble talking to people even though it may not seem that way to them at times. People also have trouble coming up to me or talking to me because I have a really bad resting bitch face, and I can come off as cold and blunt.
I would particularly like this advice from extroverts and sensors, since you guys always seem to have it all together, like you know what you're doing. (ISTP's are so laid back and chill from what I noticed, I envy you guys.)
How can I seem confident? How can I enjoy myself, step out of my comfort zone, and socialize? How can I remain calm even when I get lost or I'm trying to find my way around the university?
Thanks in advance, I really appreciate the advice I get on here!