I took this so seriously when I first began too (mostly wanting to impress people as well as my own issues; my autism, detrimental mental health etc. which made me see losing as me being a failure), so I know where you're coming from. I don't take it seriously now, thankfully, but my advice is to not rush for deadlines. If an opponent puts out a promo, don't reply to them straight away and think that quickness = better. Take time to reply to them (within the deadline of course). If you go to my first promo here, you'll see that it was utter trash - but with losses and wins, I also developed my character which led to more stuff to put in promos. Your promos are great each week and I'm sure others can vouch for that, too.I'd appreciate some general feedback like Harley asked, too.
And I don't know if this is appropriate for the thread or if I'll get a response but I was wondering if you guys had any advice on how to stop taking e-fedding so seriously? This is supposed to be fun and yet, I end up stressing due to deadlines and to keep up the quality of my promos. Any advice on that? Thank you on advance.
What also helped me in making better promos is to make bullet points when reading your opponent's promo, so you have some helpful things on your mind to add in. It's hard to say "just don't take it seriously" because not everyone is the same, and feels the same way, but try not to focus on it too much. At the end of the day, this IS just for fun and if you're not having that, you need to look at what is wrong.
I'm sure more experienced members could give some better advice, but I just wanted to throw my two cents in as someone who has been through what you're going through.