i am sure most of our readers are wondering why we haven’t been writing. No, we haven’t disappeared. No, we haven’t been hiding from you. We are truly officially back! We extend an apology for being MIA, and a promise to continue writing on a regular basis. We have honestly missed writing for all of you, probably as much as you have missed reading new articles. Well get ready, because we have so much we are excited to share with you all!
Life has a funny way of hitting you with everything all at once; instead of a sprinkle here and a dash there. We have been extremely busy with work, family, and a lot of changes in our life. Thankfully we are finally at a point where we can calm things down a bit and do the things we love to do; and not just the things that we “have” to do. Top of the list is writing here at CWOP!
Thanks for writing 50’s Babygirl!
I think, given the circumstance, that you were correct to use the safe word. With what happened, you felt insecure and unsafe; and that’s specifically what a safe word is for. For any reason, if you feel you’re at your limit, your Daddy (or “Dominant” in any BDSM dynamic) should respect the use of a safe word. It’s how you communicate limits to your Dom beyond a shadow of a doubt. Was He wrong in His response, though? Let’s explore.
This post is going to be an interesting one; because, frankly, we hadn’t ever intended on writing about it. One of our favorite commenters “Cherry Bomb” commented on a recent article about why we capitalize or lowercase references to one another in our writings. While it may not be for everybody, it works for us; and it shows in what we put up for people to read. Hopefully this helps clear up why we do this, and maybe inspire new/different/creative protocols for you in your own relationship!
Relationships are hard. Okay, understatement of the year, right? It is essentially two different people with different backgrounds, childhoods, political views, BDSM opinions, and on and on and on; trying to mesh their worlds together. Friction is bound to happen, regardless of how hard either party is trying. The key is that couples need to realize that love is work. Love is putting someone else before you. Love is HARD!