Thanks a lot for writing us today. We're sorry that you're feeling lonely, and having a hard time making friends.
The best solution for you would probably be to get involved more at school. In class it might feel like everyone's judging you, but if you can find a sport, activity, or club at school with a topic that interests you, then you can attend that knowing that you'll have something in common with the people there, and have something to talk about.
You can even try and get into classes that have more collaboration and group activities. Sometimes a simple thing like that can lead you to new friendships.
Remember, regardless of the financial troubles you might have at home, and the frequent moves, you deserve to be happy. You're clearly smart and confident in how you want your life to be. You just need to stop doubting yourself, and remember that you deserve happiness.
If you ever want to talk to somebody about what you're facing, or you feel like you could benefit from counseling for social anxiety, you can call our hotline. We can listen to you about what you're facing, and even give you numbers for resources in your area that can help you further in the future.
Thanks again for writing to us. It's great that you're looking for help. You can find some other answers we've provided to teens with anxiety about social situations at the link below.