Anna: If you're in third year/junior year then you'll be taking some test that measures your aptitude and what specific area you're good in. Or if you won't be taking that test, try taking some online ones. It's really confusing on choosing what to be and what you really want to be since MONEY and FAMILY and YOU NEED TO EAT. But hey, what I usually do is take a course that's pretty ambiguous since there you can get your dream job even if it has nothing to do with your course!
Reign: First of all, don’t pressure yourself. It might take a while for you to really have a final decision on what you want to be but that’s okay. It gives you the chance to explore the endless possibilities. Find out what you really love to do and work from there. Think of a career that has something to do with what you’re passionate about then go ahead and take that path. If you’re unsure of what you’re passionate about, try all sorts of hobbies. You might just surprise yourself.
“I’m a new student in my school and even if the year’s about to end already i still don't think im well adjusted.”
Reign: I felt the same way when I was a freshman but I realized that my school now is way way way better than my old one; like I’m surrounded with better people and I’m actually learning a lot. For some, it could take more than a year to feel comfortable with a new environment. You just have to accept and take in everything that you’re going to experience because it’s part of the process.
Anna: Well, have you ever thought why? Sit down and take a while to rethink your past experiences. What have you been doing wrong? Okay, maybe it's not on your part but consider the fact that maybe these people that you've been going with is not the right people. A student body is huge as hell so it's slightly impossible not to find the right people to hang out with and make you comfortable.
“This will sound like a really bad movie cliche, but I’ve developed a slight attraction towards my best friend. It’s a nice dynamic what we have going on, so I feel like these weird feelings are gonna ruin all that. Plus she probably thinks I’m gay. Help.”
Anna: Ooooooh shit. Well, this is a really difficult situation. Let me tell you something, have you ever given her the impression that you like the other gender? And if she thinks you're gay because you like reading chic lit and stuff like that... no. That just means you're feminine. NOT HOMOSEXUAL. Anyways, why do you think those weird feelings are going to ruin what you have? Shouldn't it make it better since you're adding just a teensy bit of romance? Okay, just think why you shouldn't confess and what will happen if you don't confess (it's a 30% chance you'll get over her as a crush). I think dating your best friend is adorable and you should totally go for it.
Reign: Well there’s nothing wrong with developing some sort of attraction towards your best friend. You guys probably spend so much time together that you can’t help but like her and that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Try to distance yourself for a while and see if you still feel that way. Then if it turns out that what you’re feeling is for real, then tell her (in the most subtle and not awkward way). It’s either she’s okay with it and feels the same way or she doesn’t. If you’re willing to take that risk, go for it.