What kinds of patients have you dealt with so far? I recall disliking most of my LPN schooling because we were in nursing homes- and I did not want to work in a nursing home...no way, no how, no sir! Didn't like dealing with confused elderly people because by instinct I felt like I had to talk to them like they were toddlers, and I knew that was demeaning and insulting, and the whole atmosphere was depressing and stressful between the patients, the staff nurses and family members.
But then the last two weeks of the program had me in the hospital setting for OB and for a med-surg integrated practicum. WOW, did I do a 180. It was still stressful, because like you, I have a hard time talking to people even just socially. However, I can tell you that once I started working as an LPN (in peds, because that's where I really wanted to work) I loosened up, and when I went back for my RN, it was...well, it was sort of like starting over a bit because clinical was intimidating, and the staff nurses were intimidating, but again I loosened up by the end. It's like using a muscle that you're not used to using, it takes some work, it's not comfortable but once you're loosened up it gets easier.
All through nursing school- both LPN and RN I always heard, over and over: "clinical is NOTHING like the real world. It is just a sample!" And that's so right, never show up on day one of orientation in a clinical mindset- you'll be bowled over. What I'm really trying to say is that it does get better. You have some good choices depending on where you are and what the nursing market is like where you live. Phone triage, school nursing, health insurance nurse person...give it a chance.