Reign: I don't know what you exactly mean by this. I haven't even started imagining what I would be like past 25 so I guess we have to just let things happen right now. I think you shouldn't dwell so much on what will become of you in the future and instead, focus on your life right now. Focus on becoming better as a person and focus on improving your current life. There is so much that could happen tomorrow or next week or in the next few years so don't worry, no one's really sure of their imagination of themselves in the future too.
Daniela: Why not? What's bothering you? Don't focus too much on the future. You might stress yourself out too much with what you think is gonna happen years from now that you forget to enjoy what's happening now and forget to work for that future. You never know what's gonna happen in a few minutes or in a couple of years after reading this.
I'm really jealous of my best friend like she's the type of person that gets along with everyone and is well-liked. I've never met a person who didn't like her and she has absolutely no problems with socializing. On the other hand, I'm really bad at socializing, especially with guys. I'm not fond of them and my barkada usually ends up being all-girls (cause sometimes I make friends that are awkward with guys as well). It's bumming me out because I wish I could be like her and socialize my life away with anyone but I'm really really really bad at it. She's so well-liked to the point that a lot of her guy friends has had a crush on her (even the really popular, hard-to-get ones) and she's never gotten into a fight with a girl before.
Reign: You shouldn't compare yourself to her because you're not your best friend. You are you, and that should make people like you already. If you're not comfortable with socializing then don't force yourself to just because your best friend does it, you know? I guess if you want to, you can practice small talk. Find common interests with people. Ask questions like "how are you?" and usually the conversation will build up from there. When it comes to talking to people you have to sometimes get out of your comfort zone, but trust me, you don't have to be good at socializing for a lot of people to like you. Just be yourself.
Daniela: Don't ever compare yourself to someone else. You are unique from everyone else. You shouldn't change who you are just to be liked by others. It's not worth it. If you really want to make new friends, go out there and start talking to them. You don't have to jump in on a big group all at once. You can start by approaching one or two people, then eventually, you'll warm up to the others.