This is what she wants most in the world: she wants to be loved, be cherished, and for someone to be proud to have her. She wants to be an amazing wife and mother one day. She wants to be successful once she graduates. She wants to be a good friend and daughter. Most importantly, though, she just wants to be happy.
Now, those things won't just come freely. You have to work hard to achieve what you want in life. You won't have someone fall instantly in love with you and want to marry you if you haven't done anything. If you want to be loved, then you have to become lovable. Being successful requires lots of determination and strength. Being a good friend means you have to be there for people, just as they're there for you. But happiness is the hardest of all to achieve.
Happiness can be short-term; one thing can make you happy and it puts you on this emotional high for a bit, then it is over. That is not the kind of happiness people should chase. Happiness is meant to be long-term, and not something that happens every once in a while. To be truly happy is the ultimate dream.
No matter the amount of drunken nights or one night stands, you go back to being your normal unhappy self. For me, to be really happy is to accomplish what was mentioned in the beginning. Those are what I want most in the world. Materialistic things do not matter to me. I don't want new clothes, or a new car, or anything that can be bought. I want experiences that will make me that good wife, friend, or daughter. Let me experience what it is like to be successful for once or what it is like to be happy all the time.
This life has so much to offer me. I am still younger and have many decisions to make in my future. No matter where the road takes me, I will follow it. Let it end in happiness.