I was once on a panel that wrote a magazine's "problem page with a twist". Basically, a group of us from different religions and from none got a question from a reader every month and gave our answers as "representatives" of the religions we belonged to. My answers would often be open to interpretation and I got a lot of flack from the editor and the others on the panel. Finally, I boiled over and said: "it's not my job to tell people how to live their lives". The rest of the panel turned to me and said in a remarkable show of unison considering their shared histories: "Of course it is, this is religion!"
I'm not entirely sure that you can actually convert to Paganism. It's usually a "coming home" rather than a conversion. I'm glad that your faith as it stands now has given you more self confidence. I do think you might need some time to settle, mind. You're on a forum for social anxiety and other issues so I'm guessing there's been some kind of trauma or issues. These issues need to be cared for through professional help regardless of religious faith. Religion can be a great help. It cannot be a plaster/band aid.
Despite writing for Pagan publications, I am not a Wiccan. I'm not sure where I sit in terms of defined paths or anything like that. For me, "witch" describes me more but still doesn't do me or things justice. I cannot question that which is in your heart. But you do need to centre yourself and ask for guidance on this one from whatever it is that is in your heart. For instance, I'm not a Pagan because I like going into new age shops a lot. I'm not a Pagan because I've seen a witch being portrayed on TV. I'm a Pagan because I can't help but not be one. The call of the Goddess is what I hear. That doesn't make an authority or expert on anyting. I'm not trying to be patronising either. I just want you, especially if you are seriously considering telling relatives who may not fully understand at first, to be sure.
I've had to deal with the allegations of satanism and devil worship before now. Not personally made at me but at the religious paths and their followers. How exactly we worship something we don't even believe in, I don't know. And then there's the "evil spells" stuff people come out with. Yes, because the law of threefold return is a good excuse to wonder around the place intending to cause other people harm? Seriously?
I understand how much you want to share your new faith with people but family harmony has its place. Is it really worth upsetting family members? Especially when, at the end of the day, this is your communication with the divine.
There can be no rash decisions here. No sudden moves. The divine in Paganism is as above discrimination and ridiculous hostility as the divine in any other religion and Paganism respects other religions based on love and compassion and other philosophies based on love and compassion and respect those who follow them and those who follow none. Conflict for the sake of conflict dishonours any divine.