Sunday, August 25, 2013


How do you cope when you don't live with your partner or are sometimes separated due to work or other commitments?   Does DD fall by the wayside, or do you find ways in which to maintain your connection?

Reading suggestions for the topic may be found here:

(To read and/or participate in the complete discussions on the forums, just click on the titles)

  "I used to have a chore list, but it was more for me than for him. (We don't at the moment and I'm feeling the need again). A disordered and dirty house don't bother him at all, but when I procrastinate and don't achieve, I find the lack of production to be depressing and self demoralising. The longer I leave things and the more overwhelming that things become, the more inadequate I feel. Having DD style involvement and motivation from him makes me feel less alone with the tasks at hand and more able to compartmentalise and organise them into something manageable and 'bite-sized'.........."

 "As many of you know, R and I were so distracted with hospice care for my mother that we fell very far behind in our DD relationship. Now that we are back on track due to a change in attitude and the use of alternate locations, we are faced with a veritable backlog of offences. Now normally R is very clear on keeping misbehaviors clearly accounted for. Even at times in the past where a few issues had accrued before we had a chance to execute a punishment, she would very clearly administer a full separate spanking for each offense......." 

"I came across the following link on another site
a couple of days ago but have only just had time to read the article. Whilst many of you are unlikely to experience the level of subspace described, one or two of you have described being in subspace to some degree. I therefore thought this article might be of general interest.............."

"As either a Top or sub, do you ever feel amused by either your sub's or your own "spanking predicament".......i.e. an adult who for whatever reason, placed themselves in punitive jeopardy and now must live with the real consequences to that decision?..........."

 'A Domestic Discipline Society: Defending Domestic Discipline'

 "Recently a horrible interview was conducted that went insanely viral, spreading misleading and completely misguided information. The ignorance, intolerance and lack of research is disturbing. None of the so called "reporters" did any research and each one basically copy/pasted what the last one wrote instead of doing any investigation or reporting of their own...............................".  

  'So what about an HoH's needs?!'
" In simplistic terms, she was actually being selfish by her insistence on looking after her Dom/Master whether he liked it or not.........

The good old days (or not?)

"The 1950s model household. Did it really exist?........................."

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