After reading the message I'm quoting below, I've come to understand what the problem is here and I saw that my old message was actually pretty harsh.
Originally Posted by Ramon
You obviously don't know how it feels like to have NOBODY with you. You don't know how it feels like being lied to every single day. It's not just Boy-Drama I'm dealing with if you've actually been reading. It's hard not having anybody beside you telling you that everything will be okay and that you'll make it. My parents aren't like that, I've never had anybody like that. Not even my friends, I don't even bother getting close to them anymore because they really wont understand. Nobody wont unless you've been in my situation.
I am 17. I've been through things I shouldn't even have gone through when I was much younger. You don't understand. I'd only be lying to myself if I try to actually forget all of this, and try to have fun. Yeah, fun fun going out and all that crap can make me feel better, but that doesn't change reality.
You have no guidance, Ramon. I can see that it's your biggest problem and I think you know it, too. The only way you're gonna get said guidance is if you make more friends and start accepting their advice. Psychologists would work too, but you'd probably only think of them as helping because they get paid to. Psychology isn't a field people go into just to get paid. It's a job, yes, but most (if not all) psychologists are in that line of work because they want to help.
Psychology students can be divided into two categories. The ones who want to better understand other people and the ones who want to better understand people to help themselves. The latter usually don't get master's degrees (which is the minimum requirement to have a career in psychology).
But whether you find better friends or a good psychologist, know that there ARE people out there who can help you and are perfectly willing to do so. You just have to work with them and listen to what they have to say. While listening does involve taking their advice, you can't be expected to just "get over" the love of your life so quickly. No one's expecting you to. And even if you firmly believe that there's one person out there for everyone, that afforementioned guy must not have been it or you wouldn't be in the situation you're in right now.
As others have mentioned, you should also take a long, hard look at yourself and see what you can improve on. It's hard to make friends when you're mopey and whiny, I'll tell ya that much. I mean no offense by that, it's just something I, along with most people, tend to learn the hard way. So take things step by step. Make friends, see how well you get along and that should solve most of your problems, in and of itself. But if you still have any problems, make sure you have at least one friend you can really talk to about them.
Good luck and I hope this advice helps.