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Introducing BDSM to Your Partner

It is a scary proposition to approach your partner who may be oblivious to your new desires about wanting to add a bit or a lot of kink to your relationship. Whatever they decide it’s up to you on how you proceed. If they want to give it a try – go ahead! If they are far from interested you still have avenues available to you. It doesn’t automatically mean the end of the relationship.

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Service Submission

Service. It’s something that a lot of submissive say they are into giving. While it’s quite clear that the definition means that we are helping or doing work for someone, performing a kindness or favor, when we apply that term to D/s it tends to take on a more indepth role. Let’s explore some of the ways service submission exists in D/s relationships.

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Darling Discovered by Mrs. Darling

Our very own Mrs. Darling has written her story of discovery, Darling Discovered, and I give it a review!

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What is Positional Service?

Positional service is probably the most prevalent in non-D/s settings. This is essentially customer service; you are in a position to serve and so you serve. The service is defined by a set of itemized expectations.

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How to Create a Morning Ritual to Streamline Your Routine

Morning rituals are fantastic ways of setting routine and developing a focusing meditation bright and early in the day. I've had morning rituals off an on throughout my service and they are quite enjoyable. I've not maintained one since I became a stay at home submissive and certainly this would be a good time to recreate one, I think.

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The 6 Most Common STDs

Everytime we talk about sex and sexually related activities such as many of the BDSM and kinky play we do it's important, if not imperative, that we are safe and aware of the most common sexually transmitted diseases and infections you can get. You should have tests for STDs regularly if you choose to have multiple partners, or if you are changing partners. Maintaining a clean bill of sexual health will provide yourself and your partner(s) with reassurance and safety. Even though you may be disease free does not mean you shouldn't practice safe sex. If you need a refresher, check the previous post on safer kinky sex practices.

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The Bare Necessities of a Total Power Exchange Relationship

What do I absolutely have to have in order for my submission to him to be fulfilling and rewarding? What makes our relationship work after 6 years and with no hint of failing?

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Finding Your Way to a Genuine Self

My genuine, real self was in there and when I embraced the whole of me again I was able to coexist with the world.

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6 Important Activities to Include in Your Aftercare Routine

For as important as after care is, it’s really easy to overlook or misinterpret what your aftercare routine should consist of, regardless of the scenes you’re practicing. Here are six easy activities you can add to your routine for smoother transitions after scenes.

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Are You Ready for More Solo-Coaching? Check Out Where Your Journey Will Progress Next!

We’re going to take those goals and making them work for us! I hope you’re ready because this series is going to light a fire under your stagnant goals, breathe life into you with motivation and remind you of your reasons for a change.

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