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One of the symptoms of an approaching nervous breakdown is the belief that one's work is terribly important
RPWHO benefits are definitely small, because I believe that one should always be "in role" from the point of log in to log out, whatever that role may be. However it is a nice tool for people that may otherwise not have the confidence to initiate conversation or interact with people. The biggest problem is when 10 shy people are all on RPWHO, and no one actually talks to anyone, because they are all waiting for someone else to talk to them. It is better for the game I think, if we view RPWHO not as a list of people who want to role play, but a search for people who need help getting people to do things with them. Which is fine. People should use it to try and make other peoples play time more fun/interesting.