You're playing far too many hands.
Also a "hand" is not about what you have, and what happened, it's also about position, and the other players style.
I would only play small suited connectors, if I have the position (if I'm the dealer, and I can act last). What will you do with those cards with early position when flop missed you? You are just wasting chips. Also at late stage of a tourney (if the question is about tourneys), I'd definetly throw small pairs away, maybe call only in late position. Re-raising on a flush draw - again it depends on the board, and the other players. When 2 more cards will come you will have your flush only 1 in three times. So if the flop has some face cards, your opponent won't fold his top pair, maybe he will even re-raise you. About face cards, you -as many people are- overrating the J10, QJ, KJ etc. cards. What if a J comes? Can you feel good about your cards? Not always.
I guess yes, you are too loose, and you need to pay more attention to the other players game. You can keep on betting or bluffing
if you think your opponent is weak or a tight player, but again position is very important.
I advise you to read some books about poker. You should know how to calculate pot odds
, and when playing you should always try to guess what the other players might have (even if you're not in the pot).
And of course keep asking in the forum, about hands or tactics you're unsure about! We're here to help!