Just as a disclaimer, don't rely rely too much on stat overviews. Stat analysis is a good way to plug glaring leaks but it's more of a fix than an improvement to your game. Your preflop game looks solid so your problems probably lie post flop. Posting some hands in the Ring Game Hand Analysis forum where you were unsure about what to do would probably be beneficial to you.
... and on to some stat analysis:
1. Tighten up post flop up in the SB.
Your WTSD of 24% in the SB is too loose for a 28/18 (and your W$SD of 47% pretty much confirms this).
-It's okay to check/fold a bad flop when you get your steal attempt called (though you should still be cbetting a decent number).
-If your steal attempt is raised by the big blind, just fold your trashy hands even if it's just a minraise. If you have a lagtard behind you who you don't know how to deal with, switch tables (or tighten up except on the button).
-Don't take those top pair no kicker type hands too far, especially in multi way pots. It's okay to bet out on the flop and check/fold the turn to a big bet. You are out of position and have reverse implied odds
working against you.
2. Bet more on the river.
Bet river% of 22% is way too low. There are very few people who bluff raise the river at 10nl. Hand reading becomes essential here. When you think you have the best hand the majority of the time, bet! The river is when the bets are the largest and where the money is made at the micro stakes.
3. Don't call preflop with the intention of playing the flop passively (fit or folding, taking check/call check/call lines, etc).
It's hard to tell because the raise flop cbet (sorry it wasn't flop raise) is missing but a flop fold vs cbet of 64% is too high making me think that you are giving cbets too much credit. Your raise flop cbet% should tell you this, but you should be raising the flop cbet a decent amount of the time should you decide to continue. You can not call preflop raises with the intention of fit or folding the flop except for set mining. The math is generally not there, especially against people who cbet a lot.
One thing that may be of interest for you is to filter for all hands you were not the preflop aggressor and see if you are leaking money (Filter -> More Filters -> Select VPIP = True and PFR = False)