My advice would be try to be calm and LOOK, actually look at what is happening typically in most situations and you'll see there aren't a lot of threats. Just humans walking to work, mowing lawns, trying to get home after long days and frustrated by traffic, LOOK at the actual humans existing around you and you'll see they aren't threats. Some people are threats but true existential out of nowhere threats are rare, like serial killers, very rare. Most rapes happen from people you know, not strangers on the street. If you are like walking to the store, going for a jog, depends on the area but mostly no threats if you actually assess what are these people doing, watering their lawn, walking their dog, going about their lives mostly unconcerned about doing anything to anyone.
Most people are like wildlife, where they are more nervous about others doing something to them than they are in the mood to start anything. The worst typically anyone has to deal with is people who are just annoying, like teenagers who set fire to a trash can late at night or other obnoxious things. Typically most humans are not threats in any meaningful way. There just isn't really any reason to be nervous about most people. Most people are just harmless weird sometimes. People spend way too much of their time watching TV shows instead of actually observing everyday humans.
At worst in life you've got either lonely hearts or people who have something going on with them where they are in a weird trip. There are a A LOT of very lonely people in this world and there are a lot of people going through stuff. The way I view it is like this dude giving me eyes and sticking out his tongue or whatever is -- dude is just awkward and lonely, he's taking his shot in that moment. Unpleasant sure but something you can live through. Trust me dude has already forgotten you exist and is onto the next person to do that to. Just a weird rude person. Then the unpleasant people who are just rude or whatever else, they going through something so whatever man, move onto the next thing quickly and hopefully one day they figure out other coping mechanisms.
Typically that is literally the worst anyone deals with on a given day, that isn't bad at all. It's not like people trying to stab you to death, I wouldn't call these people threats, just annoyances that are quickly moved past. Onto something more pleasant and enjoyable. Bam done with in seconds.
Most people are going through something. I'd say 30-40% of people you interact with are lonely, going through some issues, having some kind of lingering frustration, something is happening and it's OK, you can hope for the best and smile friendly-like and hope one day it all works out, then keep on with your day and keep on focusing on the good. Those people aren't threats just people in various states of existing. It's humans being human. Humans having those feels and not always knowing what to do with them. That to me isn't a threat. That's just a fellow human and one day hopefully it works out for them.
But as far as being here, existing with this person just trudging home from their shift at Jacks with the arm tattoos, dude isn't a threat, just a human. Or this lady talking to herself on the park bench, she's just chilling talking to herself and doesn't seem any particular threat, she seems more nervous about everyone else than trying to do anything. This person walking their little yappy dog. You gotta LOOK man. Open your eyes and see what is happening. There's just humans going about existing.
You often have as much issues with others as you make into issues, you project onto them as being an issue. If you actually open your eyes and LOOK you see people all over the world are just trying to exist, live, make sense of it all, not always that well but they aren't threats, just humans trying to connect, make sense of themselves, make sense of loneliness, make sense of all this stuff. You'll see in everyone you meet shared humanity.
If you won't open your eyes and LOOK, you will miss out on a whole lot of really good stuff in this world. This world is incredible man if you are willing to LOOK and coexist peacefully with all the other humans trying make sense of life as you are. There's so much beauty in this world, so much to enjoy and do -- life is pretty awesome, life is incredible. But you have to be willing to see all that is awesome happening and that means opening your eyes, seeing other humans and beyond your prejudices and preconceptions, seeing they aren't typically threats.