Topics like this just prove that telepathy would be the worst possible curse for humans. If we could hear each other's thoughts all the time, it would be like having a million radios all turned on at the same time, everywhere we go, at all times of the day and night. Nobody would have any privacy. Nobody could lie. There could be no secrets. We wouldn't be able to sleep.
The good news is that people can't read your mind. It may seem that way, but really, the majority of people you pass on the streets don't know you or care about you. They're fixated on their own problems and just getting through the day and dealing with bosses, coworkers, friends, teachers, and everyone else who's causing them trouble. If you keep thinking that people are reading your mind, you need to speak to a therapist or psychologist about it. They may be able to help you. Of course, you have to be willing to let them help you, and one of the characteristics of the schizophrenic is that they tend to not trust people very much. (Can't say I blame them, really.)
I used to go on a forum at Multiply.com (now defunct), and there were two schizophrenic members. One was convinced of all sorts of weird things, like seeing signs from God in the sky and so forth. He was not on medication. Last time he posted, he was writing a book about his experiences. Don't know if he ever found a publisher. The other guy was on medication, which kept the symptoms mostly under control. He used to believe that people on the TV were talking about him, and that articles in the newspaper were all about his life. With medication, he stopped believing that...but he was still convinced, on some level, that he really did hear the TV newscaster mentioning his name. He never could completely shake the belief that it really happened. So, medicine may not help you completely, but it may enable you to feel more in control of your life.
I wish I could take a pill and change who I am.