Our expert says:
Sounds a rather alarming and uncomfortable situation to be in. What would be most helpful would be for you to see a good local psychiatrist for a full assessment, as only with a clear analtsis of the problem, can one usefully consider what sort of intervention would be most likely to help. Maybe this is a situation where you currently feel unable to control what's happening, but I'm sure with the right help you could learn how to bring this under control. If your behaviour is as you describe it, well, it's hardly surprising this would frighten away people who might otherwise become pleasant friend. See a good shrink for a proper assessment, and then discuss with them the potential forms of treatment which could help
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