Reign: You accept it, then move on. Don't let failures eat you alive. Learn from your mistakes and constantly try to become a better person. "One does not succeed without failing" as they say. Chin up, kid.
Anna: Sit down in whatever yoga position you'd like. Breathe. Inhale the fact that you just screwed up. Exhale all those negative feelings about it because failure is a normal human act. The earth is still revolving around the sun and the sky is still blue. Move on.
"I still don't have a present for my boyfriend. he said he doesn't want any gifts but I want to give him one anyway. what should i give him?"
Reign: Give him something that he won't expect; maybe like a mix tape of songs you both love or like a personalized shirt made by you. It's the thought that counts. You could also try to cook for him or if you're super talented, write a song for him. It doesn't have to be extravagant or expensive, I'm sure he'll appreciate whatever you give him especially if you took time to put effort into it.
Anna: If he has any friends, go ask them. They know him more a dude than you do, probably, and they could give great suggestions.
"How do I convince my parents to let me take the college course I want instead of the course they want for me?
Reign: I'm going to tell you what I did to convince mine. I wrote a really really long letter explaining my passion for photography and how it's what I want to pursue in the future. I jotted down the advantages and disadvantages of me taking that course (of course make sure that there are more advantages), like how it'll make me happy and more determined to work. I also wrote down how not all successful people pursue the course they took or how your college course doesn't really define what you will become in the future. Basically, pour all your feelings out. I'm not very good with face to face confrontations so that's what I did and surprisingly, it worked. In the end, it's all up to you. It's your future to choose and if the college course you want will make you happy and at the same time can support you, then fight for it.
Anna: Why don't they like your course? Usually the answers are: money and "You have so much potential why waste it on this?" So prove it to them that you can make a living out of your course and that even if you have potential, what's the use if you're not happy?