Added: Fern Errico - Date: 26.08.2021 10:57 - Views: 19068 - Clicks: 827
Let me start by saying that the information on this is based on my experiences and by no means a complete list of all the ways the dynamics I am about to cover can be expressed. This information is intended only as a starting point of discovery or affirmation.
Even among longtime kinksters there are misconceptions and misunderstanding… for vanilla outsiders, the confusion can lead to hate and disgust. Making it hard for people who long to live the lifestyle to be themselves or even ask the questions that would help them figure out who they are and what they want in a relationship.
For an adult who is little, little is their identity. Elements of BDSM, including bondage, shibari, spanking, flogging, caning for enjoyment not punishment may or may not be present. Every DDLG relationship is different. The greatest difference between Daddy Doms and a Dominant seems to be their approaches, caregiver vs controller… both have rules they expect to be obeyed.
But like their approach the rules have different purposes. In many cases the little in their care may mommy dom fallen onto one or more self-harm paths, including but not limited to cutting, eating disorders, addiction.
Not to be made light of…all spectrums of DDLG littles require much more attention, caring, nurturing, hand-holding them through life and confidence building on a daily basis than a typical relationship. A lot like typical dominants in a BDSM relationship. Both Daddy Doms and traditional dominants have rules they expect to be obeyed. Save my name,and website in this browser for the next time I comment.
Full time attention Giver Not to be made light of…all spectrums of DDLG littles require much more attention, caring, nurturing, hand-holding them through life and confidence building on a daily basis than a typical relationship. Daddy Dom vs Dom. Like BDSM, it is always a good practice to have a limit checklist and safe words in place. Enforce agreed upon rules of behavior and guidelines to provide structure to their littles day.
Provide multiple check-ins to inquire about day an provide task ability whether phone calls, video chats, texts, etc. For example a little with self-harm history or present issues will visually check skin for self-inflicted wounds or prepare, provide rules around meals going so far as to monitor calorie intake and be on the lookout for sudden weight gains or losses. What is a Caregiver?
See article Babies, Littles, Middles, Brats to see what each regression is like. Find them on Amazon. Littles Group. Post Teaser Tuesday!Mommy dom
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