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Q: Paimon relishes sprawling on the couch, reading novels. この表現は自然ですか?
A: No problem! And that sentence is correct if Paimon is currently/in the process of doing that action, but if you just want to say it as a fact you could say “Paimon lies down on her stomach on the couch/bed, reading novels/mangas.” Or if you’re looking trying to communicate the same message as “relish” it would be “Paimon likes to read novels/mangas lying down on her stomach on the couch/bed”
Q: Paimon is at heart a linguistic even though her major was not English back in college. She started thinking about returning to college and choose English as her major even though someone told her she was not college material. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × Paimon is at heart a linguistic even though her major was not English back in college.
Paimon is at heart a linguist, even though her major was not English back in college.

× She started thinking about returning to college and choose English as her major even though someone told her she was not college material.
✓ She started thinking about returning to college and choosing English as her major even though someone told her she was not college material.

Q: Paimon had a student who suggested her learn computer programming aside from English and Japanese so that she could get a better job in Japan.

(Paimon is a character in a game named “Genshin Impact”. I guess I’m just getting bored with using the pronoun “I” all the time.) この表現は自然ですか?
A: × Paimon had a student who suggested her learn computer programming aside from English and Japanese so that she could get a better job in Japan.
Paimon had a student who suggested that she learn computer programming aside from English and Japanese so that she could get a better job in Japan.

haha I understand the "I" boredom :) Anyway, great sentences!
Q: Although Paimon has always been adept at supporting her siblings during their difficult times, there are times she is a bit down on her own, too. However, she always encourages herself to toughen up, since she is the one whom the other family members have been heavily leaning on. On top of that, she’s been telling herself to let go of those dark chapters in her life by focusing on learning languages. この表現は自然ですか?
A: " there are times she is a bit down on her own, too." I'm not sure that needs a comma after "own" there, but I marked it as natural anyway since I don't know honestly. Punctuation is really hard even for most natives.
Q: Paimon has been adept at juggling her job and family—aside from putting food on the table, she always acts as a cheer leader to cheer her siblings up to help them weather the difficult times. この表現は自然ですか?
A: × Paimon has been adept at juggling her job and family—aside from putting food on the table, she always acts as a cheer leader to cheer her siblings up to help them weather the difficult times.
Paimon has been adept at juggling her job and family—aside from putting food on the table, she always acts as a cheerleader to cheer her siblings up to help them weather the difficult times.

Cheerleader is one word but otherwise seems good to me at quick glance.

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