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A Great Example of a Slave's Rosary

The following is a rosary, set up in the same format as the Catholic Rosary to be said during times of meditation for a slave. You can change the prayers any way you'd like or reorganize them.

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Exploring Hormone Junkies: Part 3 - Testosterone

Peel back the reasons behind being obstinate and competitive and generally you end up with a whole lot of testosterone.

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Getting Started with Flogging

If you are just getting started with a flogger, define what type of play would interest you, and start to find out which floggers would be the best suited for the job.

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Always Getting in Trouble - Submissive Meditation Monday

It seems that no matter how long you've been doing this thing we call submission, there are times of rebellion, confusion, frustration and just not getting it right.

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Patience - Submissive Meditation Monday

Patience plays an important role in the life of a submissive. Spend some time with me today to reflect on patience.

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Your Label - Submissive Meditation Monday

Understanding that you can be any labels you wish to, we’re going to try to understand why these labels are the ones we desire.

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Stress Overpowering the Dynamic - Submissive Mediation Monday

We all can handle different levels of stress in our lives. Take some time today to reflect on how you manage stress.

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The Submissive Blues - Submissive Meditation Monday

Sometimes you can feel so disconnected with your submission that you begin to question who you are. Here's my meditation on my personal struggle.

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Uprooting Self-Sabotaging Behaviors: Learning How to Make Changes that Stick

After so many years of living a certain way under repeated cycles of self-sabotage, can one make changes? Is it possible to unlearn more destructive habits and learn how to implement thinking and behavior that will instead nurture a budding or existing relationship? Yes!

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