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Jane Oineza on Love, Crushes, and the Best Lesson She Learned in the PBB House

Our prom special cover girl has very wise words to share with her fellow teens.
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After her stint inside the Pinoy Big Brother house and her magical debut, we got to chat with Jane Oineza about a lot of things. What struck us most are her wise words when it comes to certain things in life. Read on and don't forget to take notes, Candy Girls!

The best piece of love advice she got: "Something worth having is worth waiting for. Don't rush. Kung alam mong 'yun na talaga 'yun, hintayin mo. Ngayon kasi uso na yung Facebook message lang, kayo na. Ako kasi medyo old-fashioned, e."

The thing she keeps in mind about love: "Kung love mo talaga yung isang tao, dapat comfortable kayo sa isa't isa. Dapat you can be yourself when you're with him. Hindi kayo dapat awkward. Siguro at first, because you're getting to know each other. Pero eventually dapat mawala 'yung feeling of unease."

Jane Oineza on Love, Crushes, and the Best Lesson She Learned in the PBB House

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The best thing she learned inside the PBB house: "Mas nag-mature ako inside the house. Mas nakilala ko 'yung sarili ko and na-test ko 'yung sarili ko rin when it comes to patience. There were times na ang sarap nang mag-quit on something pero doon ko naisip na kapag nag-try ka ng nag-try with determination and focus, you can do anything. Mas nag-gain rin ako ng confidence inside the PBB house kasi I learned to do things by myself. Now I can stand on my own two feet."

Jane Oineza on Love, Crushes, and the Best Lesson She Learned in the PBB House

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The tip she can give teens on spending, especially during the holidays: "Try to be more conscious of what you're doing and what you're spending on. Kung rational 'yung pag-spend mo and hindi ka lang hingi ng hingi for things, then that's good. Dapat iniisip mo rin kung 'yung hinihingi mo ba valid yung reason kung saan mo gagamitin. Pinaghirapan rin naman kasi 'yan ng parents mo."

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