I'm in a similar situation (journalism major), with the differences being I enjoy writing and I graduated last month. There's not much I can do for you when it comes to your disinterest in writing. That's something you'll either learn to have or simply lack. But just because you got a degree in journalism doesn't necessarily mean you have to become a journalist. Think of it more as a communications degree with an emphasis in journalism. There are plenty of jobs out there that require you to communicate with people, though most will probably involve some amount of writing.
The key is being proactive and finding a passion you truly enjoy that can also be found in a job. I know that's easier said than done, but it's important that you enjoy what you do. Not every day has to be sunshine and rainbows, but don't settle on journalism if you hate doing it. Yeah, the first couple jobs you have might not be what you wanted, but don't listen to the people who say you're locked into one career. People can move around, and your major doesn't define where you can go. It'll make getting in the door a little harder in other fields, but it's not impossible if you have the drive.
I don't have a job yet, and I'm not entirely sure what I want to do either. I turned down a job offer in corporate communications after an 8 month internship because I hated what I did. I'm a little scared of not knowing what happens next, but what's life without a few risks? Hopefully that helped somewhat. Good luck and remember to breathe. You'll do fine.