alright, first of all, it's going to be okay. regardless of how it may seem, most people don't actually have a clue what they want to do with their life, or they think they do but they end up changing their mind later on anyways. a year ago, i was in your place, and now i'm basically still in it and i'm going to college next month. and, even though it may seem like it, it's seriously not the end of the world if you go into college undecided, trust me. i visited quite a few colleges, and they all had pretty good undeclared/exploratory programs that really helped incoming freshmen narrow down their choices and find a major before the start of their sophomore year. plus, in college you can take classes or sit in on classes and find what you really like. a lot of times, it's a good idea to go in open minded than to feel pressured and choose one only to end up changing it later. literally, if you do this, you'll be fine. if you really do want to settle on a major, make sure it's not because you feel pressured. take some online career aptitude tests, talk to your guidance counselor at school or someone who helps students with applying, letters of rec, etc. they'll know how to advise you and what resources to give to push you in the right direction. also, talk to the people who know you best and see what they can see you doing in the future. you might be surprised. above all, it's going to be okay and you don't need to be so stressed. choose something you're passionate about, or wait until you find that thing. just remember that whatever you choose, you're never truly stuck in it unless you believe you are. good luck!