Reign: Nothing. I mean you're allowed to feel however you want to feel. If the person you're crushing on is a relative or something, then that's something to deeply ponder on but if that person is just another human being that you aren't related to, then it's okay. It's just a crush, you're not hurting anyone.
Anna: Been there done that. Wait, why shouldn't you have a crush on him/her? If it's something shallow, then rethink your life first. It has to be something with depth, like he/she's your best friend's significant other or he/she's a player so you don't want to get hurt. To get that person out of your mind: Find a new crush. That always, usually, works.
"I'm afraid that i might not be good enough to pursue my course...like i feel like i might not end up being successful...help?"
Reign: The first thing you should do is believe in yourself. If you're very passionate about your course and if you're willing enough to work hard, then why not take the chance? Success doesn't always equate to happiness and I personally believe that you should make choices that will make you and others happy. Don't be afraid to take the opportunity because you will gain experience and realizations either way.
Anna: That's why you go to college to learn how to be successful with the skills you have. You will learn new things and maybe vanquish those doubts of yours. There won't be that much harm in trying it out first. Then again, if you do feel uncomfortable once you started taking it, you could always shift to another course
"I feel like I'm forgetting my priorities and I feel like I am becoming a bad person lately. How do I change?"
Reign: I think you should reflect on why you consider them as priorities in the first place and maybe you will come to realize that you have to start doing what you really have to do, you know? I really hope I'm making sense. Also reflect on the things you've done or said to other people lately and maybe you could distinguish what are the possible faults you've made.
Anna: What are your priorities? Establish those first and see how exactly have you become a bad person. Identifying the problem and its roots is the first step to solving anything. The next step would be to work your way around those obstacles that hinder you from becoming a better person. But never forget the question: Are you hurting anyone in the process? If you're not hurting anyone in the process, then I don't believe you're being that of a bad person. And yes, anyone includes you.