Input tone deafness & Output tone deafness

There are two kind of tone deafness, which are input & output tone deafness.
Input tone deafness is when an individual cannot identify details about pitch or rhythm through hearing. Meanwhile, output tone deafness is when an individual cannot recognize the same or similar sounds through hearing.
There are 4 types of sound:

I’ve described each issue in detail as follows.
i: The problem of cricothyroid articulation.
ii: The defective adjustment of the cricothyroid muscle.
iii: The vocal cord muscles and the mucosa do not move properly.
iv: Dehydration in the larynx.
v: Disease surrounding the vocal cords.
i: The musculus extrinsic laryngis is permanently decreased in movement.
ii: Lack of practicing singing.
iii: Disorder or condition relating to the brain or muscle group.
i: The malfunction of the resonance chamber.
ii: Muscles relating to breathing which in turn cause decreased on obsolete actions.
iii: Disease of the vagus nerve.
(4)Breath flow
i: Defective movement of the diaphragm.
ii: Abnormal hardening of the costovertebral joint.
iii: The defective action of the tongue.
When physical qualities, mental attributions, and skilled or learned techniquesall come together at the same time perfectly, your voice can become great.
If you think, You are not good at singing or are afraid of singing a song, you need to investigate what causes that problem exactly.
1:Physical…Hardening of the muscles or joints relating to vocalization.
2:Technique…Problem or insecurity with the skill of singing.
3:Mental…Stage fright …e.g.

Please consult with a vocal coach or my clinic about these kinds of issue. Getting help to overcome these issues is possible!
First, it is helpful to you and your advisor if you know what the condition and status of your throat and voice are.