Reign: Trust is a huge thing to give to a person because you never know if you really know someone. You might consider someone your best friend but then you realize he/she is actually an asshole. My advice is: don't expect your friends to always turn out to be the way you think they are. Sometimes the only person you can trust is yourself. Friends will let you down at times, I guess it's just up to you if you'll accept their flaws.
Anna: Don't we all just feel like someone's whispering behind our back on how we talk too much or how that one time you pissed off the whole class and how much a bitch you are like what the hell??? (sorry for the bad mean girl impression) There are tons of circumstances to consider first. Why do you feel like this? Is it because they're just not hanging out with you anymore? We all reach a saturation point of a person and maybe they reached theirs. It will lower over time, so, relax. Is it because a secret got out and you believe it's their fault? NEVER JUMP TO CONCLUSIONS. Spare yourself the psychological harm and just ask them if they leaked anything. Actually, that's it. Spare yourself the psychological harm and talk to them. Have an open forum. Discussing your feelings will help you clear the misunderstandings and empathize with each other. If you think this will die out as time passes, then I say wait it out. It could be just a hormonal imbalance.
"I always fall for the wrong guy, what should I do?"
Reign: I am no expert on boy problems, to tell you the truth. I'm going to try my best to give you helpful and sensible advice so bear with me. I guess it takes patience to find that one perfect guy, but the only way to find what you want in someone is through experience. There are so many more guys out there, don't give up. I guess you can also expose yourself more to the opposite sex, but don't get too attached to them. Sometimes you might think that you have a crush on a guy but it turns out he's just really cute. Know what you're looking for. Also, be patient. You're young, boys will come and go, you're gonna get hurt, but that's just the way it is. It's going to take time before you meet Mr. Right.
"I want to study in the US for college but it's so hard not only to apply and get in but also to leave everything behind here in the Philippines help"
Reign: Aw man, I feel you. I know how hard it is to want to study in the States especially if it costs a lot, but there are a lot of ways to compromise. First of all, I recommend you take the SAT's. It's kind of pricey but it's gonna help you. There are review centers where you can apply to take the test and they can help you study for it too. Some schools don't require you to take it, though. It depends on the school's qualifications, so find out if you need to take it or not. Second, my friends are part of CAMP Philippines which is a program where you can get help from Filipino students in US schools. You can join their program and they can help you apply. Lastly, save money. It's going to be expensive especially if you're going to move to the US. It's actually pretty hard to get a scholarship if you're not a citizen, so if you don't have the option of getting one, I suggest you save money NOW. You can also ask money from "sponsors". You can make a letter to someone saying that you need financial aid and they just might help you. I'm actually going to study at a university in the States next year but because of financial issues, I have to result to studying online for the meantime. Maybe your school has an online department too. That way you can study and save more money at the same time. I know it sounds anti-social for me to study online but it's part of the sacrifices I have to make. If you're going to move, keep in mind that if this is what you really want, go for it. Yes, you're going to miss the people back home but if it's worth it to leave everything to pursue your dreams, there's nothing that will stop you.
Anna: It is really hard to get in an American college, despite the sometimes present third world country scholarship. You also have to consider residence, whether you're going to live in a dorm, condo or aunt/cousin/third-degree great uncle's home. It all depends on what job you're taking. College is just a stepping stone to whatever dream job you want. So, if you plan on working in America, then get your ass there and start. It's a great opportunity. Leaving things here in the Philippines will be painful, but it will be worth it. You can meet so many new people there, so you can't be exactly lonely. You can always go home for Christmas anyway. If you plan on working in the Philippines and just went to America for the education, then GO LANG NG GO (just do it). You'll see your friends again and your family! In fact, you'll be even more well-rounded as a person considering your exposure to a whole different environment. You're going to leave with a wound on your heart, but as you're away, no matter how many times it aches, it'll close up and you won't even notice the scar.