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lunaKM has been a full-time slave in an M/s relationship for over 10 years. She is the founder and editor of Submissive Guide. Learn more about her here and connect with her on lunaKM.me, Twitter, Google+, FetLife.

5 responses to “How to Use the “30 Days” Memes Effectively to Maximize Submissive Growth”

  1. 30 Days of Submission – Questions | Kira's Slavery

    [...] 30 Days of Submission can be found on The Submissive Guide.  It’s not my original meme, so of course feel free to steal it and do it on your site.  [...]

  2. Lisa

    30 thought provoking questions. I will challenge myself to answer them and explore my dominant/submissive nature. I like that the Qs allow for exploration, rather than assuming a submissive nature.

  3. 30 Days of Submission: Introduction - Rebel's Notes

    [...] the questions, I knew I wanted to take part in this meme. These questions come from lunaKM at the Submissive Guide and she even gave some tips on how to use the 30 day memes [...]

  4. goodgirl

    i just wanted to say that this list has really inspired me. Sir and i are just cementing our D/s dynamic into a 24/7, and i’ve been working on the questions dy by day. i just finished Day 7, and thought i should come back here and encourage anyone who is thinking about how neat this would be to just DO IT! These questions are really making me consider why i need submission, and what i expect to gain from the experience.

    If anyone is interested my answers to these questions can be found at our personal site https://goodgirlyessir.wordpress.com

    Thank you for the content of this site! It is amazingly comforting and helpful!

  5. Gina

    I haven’t read all of the questions, but with as far as I got, one idea popped into my head. I think these would be very good journal topics for someone new to the lifestyle to explore with his/her mentor. They could be viewed as questions asked my the mentor to be answered in a written journal by the mentee. When they met again, they could further explore the topic and the mentee could write a follow-up. If the mentee is not in a relationship at the time, the journal could be shown to the partner when he/she finds one. They could talk about the different topics further as the relationship progresses and then the questions could be revisited at a later date to see if the answers have changed.

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