Not all D/s relationships have the kind of structure where the Dom makes rules and dispenses punishment. But when you do include them in your D/s it’s important to follow through when the submissive breaks the rules. Some Dominants have trouble giving punishments and that’s okay, but if punishment isn’t something you can handle then you probably shouldn’t be making real rules.
This article is continued from Part One
People who are new to D/s often struggle with what kind of rules to incorporate in their relationship, if any. In the first section of this article we talked about daily rules and why we use them. Whether or not you want to have them is going to depend on the kind of relationship you have, but I do think small things like this are really important.
I realized while writing this that it was running a bit long, so I’ve decided to break it in half. My normal readers should be used to that. For anyone new to the blog… sorry, but I often have a lot to say when I’m talking about relationship dynamics.
And one quick announcement for you since I just got some news: Taken By the Renegade has been accepted by my publisher. I won’t have a release date for a while yet but I expect we’re looking at around March. Continue reading “Daily Rules and How They Work”
Please ignore the accidental post I made earlier. I was setting up a two-part article and pressed the wrong button. It’s deleted so the link won’t work anyway, but for those of you who caught it you got a surprise preview!
For everyone else this is what you have to look forward to:
Daily Rules and How They Work –Friday January 10th
Daily Rules and How They Work Part 2– Friday January 17th
I will be diving into the next Sadec sequel soon, but I’m trying to get ahead on blog posts while I wait to find out if Taken By The Renegade has been accepted. (Still no news yet!)
The new year seems like a good time for some serious topics and this is a deep one because it’s about slavery. It’s something that I’ve been wanting to write for a few months now but it took a while to get the words together.