Maybe you are what is sometimes called an "unskilled empath." This is a term from pop-psychology, and controversial. Nevertheless, the basic idea seems to be interesting and valid enough: thinking too much about others makes one vulnerable and weak.purple1 wrote:I do not really like when peoples are around me. I do not really like peoples, except a few peoples who are important in my life. My energy always goes out from me when i spend few or some hours in the sociality. Sometimes i feel anxious when i am on the streets. I think the problem is not in the foods.
One basically needs to learn to focus on one's priorities, especially in the presence of others. That's not easy to do, though, but I think the practice of the Dhamma could help with this. Not so much meditation, but reflecting on the importance of keeping good company and then putting those insights into action.
For some ideas, you might consult Thanissaro Bhikkhu's talks on these topics, at http://www.dhammatalks.org/mp3_index.html , keywords "priorities," "friendship," "friends," "alone," "others."