Fold pre if these sort of hands give you trouble. You can 3b pre too if he's opening light. Actually it looks to me like a 3b pre or fold pre depending on how wide he opens. Only reason to call is his post flop play is weak. AT is not really strong enough to be calling even though you have position and you are both deep
As played, on flop you can just call. Yes sometimes they are going to outdraw you but your hand isn't that great and is just a bluff catcher on this board texture. Like the best bluff catcher but still a bluff catcher. You don't have to
raise. And even though you raised here, your raise still gives them 1:3 which is the same odds
they'd be giving themselves if
their bet was just to give themselves the odds they wanted. Call and evaluate. Raising scares away weaker hands. By just calling, you keep weaker Tens, a 9 or 88/77 in the hand and it can appear to him as though you
are the one drawing, especially considering that you have a loose image and you keep him guessing.
I would prefer a line like this.
Flop - call
Turn - call or check down
River - thin value bet if he checked both turn and river and river bricks. tough spot if he 3 barrels but I probably call most rivers.
It seems to me like you are being too afraid of being sucked out on and start to be like one of those guys who 'protect' their big pairs and just want to scare off weaker holdings. Just play the hands as is. Don't worry too much about being sucked out. I mean you're trying to do it to them(you say you play loose and fast I don't know what you're doing if you're not trying to stack people off early) but super afraid of same happening to you. Man up abit yea!
You didn't give any info on villain either. Hard to get a read on him. Can only generalise his range.