Reign: Think about what you want to say and figure out how to say it. Like, if something is brought up and you feel like you have something to say about it, then share it. You don't have to follow other people's opinions because they're just opinions. I'm pretty sure you are capable of thinking for yourself and I think it's time to exercise that.
Anna: I suggest you sit in a corner and meditate. Are you being influenced badly? Like drugs and smoking against your will? You have to think whether their influences are good or bad. Also, I recommend that you discuss this with your friends. One by one though. Like don't address everyone at the same time if you feel like you're being singled out.
"My father always asks me about my plans in life. It always ends up with him taking over and telling me what to do. He insists that this is for the better but I have no room to do my own thing."
Reign: I honestly don't see the point in him asking what your plans are if he'll just ignore them and make plans for you. I think at the end of the day, the only person who can know what's best for you is you. You know yourself better than anybody else and you control your own life so do your own thing. Yeah, he's your father and he's just looking out for you but I suggest you fight for your right to do what makes you happy and let's hope he'll understand.
Anna: Talk to your mother about it. And if she isn't able to help, I say give your dad a power point presentation because this just shows how professional and serious you can be. And if you realize that maybe you aren't performing well enough in school or in your house responsibilities to give your father enough reasons to trust you, then I suggest hop to it!
"All of the guys I meet are douches. Should I give up on guys already?"
Reign: Those douches are as little as probably 0.5% of the whole male population. Don't give up just because you've met a couple of boys who aren't the nicest of the bunch. Maybe take a break and just let things go with the flow for a while, but don't lose hope.
Anna: There are literally around 4 billion men in the world. I'd say around 500 million teenage males. Now, understand that a lot of them are probably raised right in a non-misogynistic neighborhood and that there is always hope in the world. I wouldn't say you should give up completely but you may give up for now if you really think the boys around you are that bad. But not completely.