Edited by not an Ape: 10/23/2020 11:38:10 AMHonestly not sure can give accurate advice for the anxiety issues since it's not something I got personal experience in. But maybe you're imagining the pressure because the pvp scenarios aren't something you're yet completely used to? And I don't mean imagining as in a degratory way, simply in the fact that any pressure you feel really only does exist inside your head. Anxiety usually means lack of confidence. Confidence can be built by establishing control over the situation. Feeling in control becomes easier when you break down and rationalize what's happening so you understand it. To begin rationalizing, instead of feeling down / defeated when killed instead ask yourself why did I die. There's[b] always [/b]an answer that's not the fault of your opponent; Did I miss a shot, did I not make my opponent miss his shot, was I out in the open being shot by more than 1 opponent, did I engage without full health, did I not disengage soon enough, was I too far out of cover to get back in fast enough, was my loadout bad for the engagement? And on and on. There's always a reason. Ask the question after every death. Take the moment to answer it. The more you do it the easier the answers become. And when you're aware of your mistakes you can fix them. Think what you could've done differently to change the result. Now you're learning and improving regardless of losing the engagements & matches. You're in control. Winning / losing doesn't matter. The scoreboard doesn't matter. KDA's irrelevant. Learning and improving makes all the difference long-term and can be done regardless of the engagement & match results.