Reign: I used to think that too [well, sometimes I still do] but as cheesy and cliche as it may sound, true happiness comes from/within you. Yeah it'd be nice to have a relationship but that doesn't mean you can't be happy without one. When you start enjoying your own company, your passions, your best friends, and even the little things, you might come to realize that being happy doesn't always equate to being loved by someone else, but rather by yourself. But I'm not saying you shouldn't look for a relationship, if you think that you'll be happier with one then that is up to you already.
Marian: There are times when I catch myself thinking the same thing hahaha but every time that happens I just remind myself that there are so many things around me that can also be a source of happiness. And just like what Reign said, true happiness comes from within you. You're the one who will have to live with yourself so you have to learn, or at least try to learn, how to be happy and content with your own company. I guess it's all just in the mind so maybe if you try to not think about it, occupy your time with other things, that void might just become a memory of the past.
"I have these batch mates who used to be my friends but now they're angry at me for the things they thought I did and now they're all planning to sabotage me and they plan to ruin my reputation and I'm trying really hard to ignore them but it's not working what else can I do?"
Reign: The thing about reputations is that we can't really totally control them ourselves. People will think of us in different ways and sometimes those ways aren't what we anticipated but that's just how it is. That doesn't mean we should let our reputation get in our heads to much to a point where it's the only thing that matters to us. What I'm trying to say is don't let those batch mates of yours dictate who you are as a person because nobody knows you better than yourself. Personally, I feel like it's sort of pathetic for them to sabotage you because what good will that bring them? Self-actualization? I apologize for the indecent language but fuck them. They're no better than you if they think sabotaging or bullying is the right way to resolve an issue. I feel like you should continue ignoring them because it'll drive them crazy to see that you don't care about their little schemes that they think are oh so clever.
Marian: That's one situation you will never be able to have any control over; however, you will always have control over how you feel and how you react to the things happening around you and that's something that they cannot do anything about. I would suggest that you continue ignoring them. It's hard and it will only get harder but try to revel in the fact that at some point the school year will end and that no matter what they say, you will always know what you did and did not do and that there will always be other people who believe in you. Who cares what these bullies think? Their opinions definitely don't matter.