Chloe Grace Moretz not worried about taking advice
Chloe Grace Moretz has learned to ask for help.
The 'If I Stay' star says she has finally realised she doesn't need to have everything figured out as a young woman.
She told Teen Vogue magazine: "This year especially, I had to realise that it's OK to ask for help - it's OK to not know. As a young woman you feel like you really need to have everything figured out - but it's all right to say, 'I don't know. I have absolutely no idea.'
"Keep good people around you because positivity begets positivity. I learned that the hard way. Just try to keep your head above the water and don't get caught up in all the trash."
Meanwhile, the 19-year-old actress previously revealed she would never "throw away" her career by partying too much.
She said: "My family have and always will remain my greatest influence and if I ever went down that path, they wouldn't accept it and I wouldn't accept it.
"Plus I've worked too hard and I'm coming into this exciting new phase in my career where the roles are developing and diversifying and I'm getting wonderful chances. Why would I throw that away to party or drink or whatever? It would be so foolish and stupid. I'm excited where life is going."
And whilst Chloe would love to go to college, she isn't sure she wants to put her career on hold at the moment whilst it is going so well.
She added: "College, yes, I do want to go but when, I don't know because I feel I've got this momentum right now.
"I want to watch where that goes. It might feel abrupt to just walk away from acting for a couple of years and I wouldn't want to balance the two. And I'm experiencing the best education right now, in its rarest form. I can follow around Tim Burton and Martin Scorsese. I can shadow them and learn practical first-hand."