The next two topics given by 30 Days are probably the reason I haven't been moving forward in completing these topics; topic 25) When a D/s Relationship ends, and topic 26) Is 24/7 Right for You?. I do have good reasons though, ... sort of. My first excuse is that neither are experiences I have … Continue reading Two Topics I don’t Want to Write About
Master and I recently had a really great goal-setting discussion. Actually, we've had a lot of really great discussions lately. Not only that, but our D/s has been growing exponentially in many ways, leaving me feeling really well cared for and important to him. A good dose of humiliation and submissiveness does a little minnie … Continue reading In a World Where D/s is the Goal…
I think a D/s relationship, especially a 24/7 D/s relationship requires an unusually high level of trust. Higher then most relationships, higher then a standard vanilla relationship. It also fosters and grows a heightened level of trust, making the need and feeding of trust cyclic. I think a great deal of that trust building comes … Continue reading Trust is a five-letter word.
This topic for 30 Days of D/s is about communication. Communication was always a strong point for us, before D/s became part of our dynamic. But like everything else in our relationship, it has become that much stronger and more important in D/s. We have created several protocols and routines that enforce our need to … Continue reading Squeakity, Squeak, Squeak, Squeakers.
I've been meandering around this idea. Conflict has to be dealt with in a relationship; vanilla or D/s. It is a natural part of any relationship, and the strategies a coping mechanisms you use evolve naturally as you and your relationship evolves. We certainly don't fight now like we did when we were 20 - … Continue reading Can conflict build the backbone of your D/s?
Crying has become something new to me. Once upon a time, crying meant I was a victim. This is the typical crying you've all heard about; the you-hurt-my-feelings-and-now-I’m-upset crying. Sometimes there's angry crying, which comes from the same place - a wrong done to you that must be rectified. This is crying that everyone goes … Continue reading This is what it sounds like, when a sub cries!