Hi. Welcome to JustAnswer. I'm pleased to try to help you today.
I'm sorry to hear that you are having these problems with your senses. I'm sure this has been difficult for you. Although it sounds like you are functioning well, for the most part, in your life, I think it might be worthwhile for you to see a therapist in order to explore these issues further. Some of what you are describing sounds like OCD, accompanied by a lot of anxiety
. You stated that you were the victim of a violent crime, so there may be some issues resulting from that that are causing you to be hyper vigilant and to feel (and see) danger when there is none present.
You have related a lot of symptoms, and it is hard to say in this format exactly what might be going on. More questions would need to be asked and answered regarding your hallucinations, your visions, and your feelings. This is why I would suggest you see a therapist. It is possible to be high functioning and still have issues that should be addressed. I suspect if some of these were resolved, you would feel much better.
My overall impression is that a lot of this is due to anxiety/OCD and possibly some depression. A therapist can help you pinpoint things more exactly, and then you can get on appropriate medication if necessary, as well as learn more skills for dealing with your anxiety.
best wishes, and please let me know if I can answer any further questions. Tamara