Doesn’t it feel like life always seems to get in the way of the life that you want? Sometimes it’s all too easy to get caught up in the stress, pressures, deadlines, and changes that life throws at you, that you end up missing the best parts. Living a 24/7 D/s or DD/lg lifestyle takes a lot of work and is easily the first thing pushed to the back burner when life is getting hard. You think, “it’s ok we can just take a short break while we figure this other stuff out”, but then more and more “stuff” gets piled on. Before you know it, a year has passed; and while you may be closer to your overall goals, you may also be more distant than ever from your truest needs.
These past months have been extremely stressful, and one of the most difficult times for me as a person…ever. A parent passing, another diagnosed with cancer, a depressed child (who’s father left him recently) and deciding suicide might be something worth considering (avoided, by the way). It’s been an unreal year in a lot of ways.
Thank you all so much for your patience during our extended silence! We’ve both missed you, and really want to keep writing again.
There is one thing that can always make a Daddy Dom’s day turn from grey to sunshine; and that is seeing His little princess smile because of something that He did. The joy and pride that courses through Him is His version of a “high”. The best part is that it doesn’t even have to be some big, grand gesture; or even cost a penny! This is a case where “It’s the thought that counts” is a very true statement. Every little wants to feel wanted, loved, and cared for. With the flip-side being that every Daddy Dom wants to feel respected, needed, and that He is doing a good job. What better way of knowing that, than seeing her light up from His actions.
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.