So I've been roleplaying for the latter part of five years, and I don't know if anyone ever felt like this but have you ever found moments where RP feels like a job or an obligation over a hobby. What I mean by this, is that at least for me I've met partners who pressure me to write everyday or ask when I will write even when I'm online doing something else. As much as I enjoy writing, I do feel a little miffed when people pressure me to write even though I prefer to write and plan out that time in my own space. It usually takes me a few days or a little over a week more or less to get in the proper space to get out a reply. Other times or rather most times, I just want to go online to check in on friends and talk to them. Writing and replying to roleplays is like not the priority. But I know there are some people who see someone online and active and assume they must be down to write. Though that's not always the case, if I want to spend my time online catching up with people and friends I care about why shouldn't I? Eventually I will get to write when I feel like it, and I don't think many people understand this. Even if someone is like online they may not always be in the mood to write. For me at least writing takes time, a bit of thinking, and effort to be able to get the words right. Hence why it takes me a while to write up a reply. Conversations with friends on the other hand, don't require much thinking as I just can like feel at ease. I'm honestly not sure if anyone else has experienced something like this. Where someone presssures them to write and like constantly pesters for a reply. Although I work well under pressure at some point I feel like someone just needs a bit of patience, I may not be the fastest writer, but I will get a reply in. Just not at the same speed as others. Does anyone else feel the same way? Have you ever experienced pressure over being required to reply in a certain time frame or daily? I for one prefer a casual environment, where we all reply when we can over having a set time frame.