I’m sure every Daddy has said at least one thing on this list, and has probably regretted it ever since. When in the heat of the moment, it always seems that you say the most hurtful things to the ones you love the most. Anger takes hold, and words get thrown around. Let’s face it, a majority of littles are extremely sensitive; and a majority of Daddies are extremely good at saying the wrong thing at the wrong time. No Daddy is perfect, and mistakes happen; but a good Daddy will learn how to avoid hurting His little girl as much a humanly possible.
Most little’s are easily-affected. They love deeper than most, and get hurt very quickly. It seems that whatever a Daddy Dom says to her will shoot straight to her little heart. The words He uses have the power to either build her up, or break her down. It isn’t always easy to stay calm and patient, but it should be every Daddy’s daily goal to learn from His mistakes and be better than the day before.
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!
Daddies, have You ever said or done something that was well-intentioned, and “not too big a deal”, but Your little cringes, and becomes either quiet and hurt, or worse angry? Do You stand there in shock, re-playing the last ten minutes in Your head, trying to find where things went wrong? You wouldn’t be alone. Many Daddy Doms find themselves in this exact position on a daily basis. There is nothing worse than an upset little, and not knowing what the hell she is upset about. In those moments, it is very important to remember that Your little is wired completely different than You are!
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!