I wouldn't say you have a problem at all, and I feel the same way. Whenever I go out in public I just feel as though people are judging me, and I hate it. Just feel like hiding. When I was younger I would refuse to go to the shopping centre whenever my parents were going, and even now I am still ashamed of showing myself. I feel as though people can read me like a book. I have never done anything wrong in my life, but I have always been quiet and shy and people at my school were quick to judge me because of that as well. I was bullied for four years or so, and my first two years of high school were the worst. Never really had many friends either. Anyway, I think talking to someone will help, like a counselor or someone. I tend to talk to them, or I see a Psychologist (no there is nothing wrong with me, they just help me to cope, gain more confidence, boost my self esteem and deal with anxiety and depression). Talking to people always helps. You don't even necessarily need to seek a professional, just talk to a friend or someone, and you'll be on your way :)
Not really. Sure, its defiantly more intense than the average person, but people aren't hard to read. You can see pain on a strangers face, and you seem to not want people to read you because of what you have been through. It seems you have some kind of condition, to where you don't want people to see your vulnerability, But hiding yourself from the world won't solve your problems. Who cares what they think, or assume about you? Its not there life, just hold your head up high and keep walking!