Reign: It takes a lot of time for one to determine whether someone is a true friend or not. It may take even years. Sometimes the friends you consider now might not even be part of your "circle of true friends" in the end, and it doesn't also guarantee that just because you've never fought with a person, he/she is a true friend. It's hard to put a definition to a "true friend", but personally I think that a true friend is someone who you can trust, someone who you can laugh and cry with, and someone who's going to forgive you/you're willing to forgive--always. Maybe those traits are in some of your friends.
Anna: Time will tell. One does not simply go search for a true friend. They come by the strings of faith and destiny. Anyways, seriously, just wait it out. If you feel that your current group of friends aren't your "true" friends, expand your choices. Get out there and let that friend/s come to you.
"I think everyone hates me and I don't know what I'm doing wrong. What should I do?"
Reign: If you're just assuming that, like if nobody has ever said that they hated you, then you shouldn't stress out. If you're being yourself and if you're being kind to other people, then why should you be paranoid? Maybe people are just misleading you into thinking that they hate you; and if they do, try to find out why. You could confront them and ask them directly if they hate you but if I were to be in your situation, I wouldn't care about them at all.
Anna: How can you say that? You'll never really know unless you actually ask, "Hey, do you hate me?" I'd suggesting asking someone if you do piss people off. And then work on those annoying traits that you have. But I'm pretty sure not "everyone" can hate you. Too impossible. Don't go assuming these things because it will definitely have a huge effect on how you act around other people if you think they hate you.
"I've been really insecure about my physical appearance lately and it's affecting my attitude and actions. How can I be more confident and how can I boost my self-esteem?"
Reign: As Marian has always said to me, "Everyone is beautiful in their own way". It's true. I don't think anybody is necessarily ugly, people just have different views on beauty. I suggest that you don't care about what people think of you that much because their opinions don't really matter. Do your own thing.
Anna: REPEAT AFTER ME. I AM A SEXY MOTHERFUCKER AND NO ONE CAN TELL ME OTHERWISE. Honestly, only you could be the one to settle this predicament. If you are uncomfortable about your body, then you may change your ways. Skipping meals is not the solution. You get a healthy body through the appropriate diet and a shit ton of exercise. The hypothesis is that if you feel healthier then you'll probably be more confident with your body. Stress on healthy, not skinny. Another way is finding clothes that would make you feel like a sexy motherfucker. Try some sleeveless shirts, dresses, and et cetera is you want to.