High school can be ROUGH. It is a four-year passage that everyone must take. It is the change from child to young adult. You learn some of the biggest lessons about growing up when in high school. I learned to be my own person in high school. I did not need a lot of friends. If you're lucky you find a handful of friendships for life. I was lucky to find those friendships. One important thing I did learn in my time is that the girl drama never ends.
There will always be that girl that talks negatively behind your back. There will always be that colleague that is jealous of you. There will always be that girl that whines about every situation and expects you to fix it. There will always be that passive-aggressive colleague. There will always be that person that starts rumors about you and hopes to see you upset. There will always be that overseer that does not particularly like you and makes your life difficult.
Misunderstandings happen every day. Mistakes are a human specialty. One big way to avoid 90% of drama is having open communication and squashing the problems you see ahead. Stand up for yourself and believe in your gut. The drama may be stuck on a high school level, but you are not.
Drama can always find you in life. You can run, you can hide, but it still comes and finds you. You can give in to it and go in circles of unpleasant feelings forever, or you can let it go. Grow a tougher skin in every situation. You know it will get better because you've survived it all before.
You cannot control others' emotions and feelings. You can be the sweetest, bubbliest, hardworking human being and someone will still dislike you. You cannot please everyone! These people are not worth your time. Focus on the people that make you laugh until your tummy hurts, listen to your feelings at 2AM, and give you the inspiration to change the world. Be strong. Be confident. Be you.
You cannot stop others' actions, but you can control your reactions. It is important to realize this. You can be rubber or you can be glue, it is better to not let the drama stick to you. You will be so much more happy than those who start the drama and make everyone miserable. Send out good vibes, and you will receive good vibes back.