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Friday, February 8, 2013

Day 4

This one gave mouse a fit of giggles....

4) Do you switch into a dominant role at any time? If you are in a domestic discipline relationship, are there things that you maintain control over? Are you a “switch” in BDSM terms? If not, have you ever thought about it or given thought to why it’s not for you?

There was one time, Daddy wasn't feeling well and mouse pulled up her big girl panties and sent him to bed. Then took it upon herself to phone his doctor -- type 1 diabetes isn't something to mess around with. His immediate reaction was to laugh -- well chuckle at mouse. He didn't really argue about it and did go to bed. The doctor advised mouse. Back when mouse worked, she did effectively manage a department but that she saw as different since the common goal was do work.

As far as switching is concerned -- mouse is very uncomfortable with giving commands or ultimatums and can't imagine trying to control Daddy the way he does mouse. It really wouldn't work for us. 

Now does this mean that mouse is a doormat?  No, it means she's careful about the battles she picks.  Not everything is worth arguing about.  There are things that mouse will argue or make a case for but in the end it's up to Daddy to decide.  

Often since mouse doesn't argue with him much...Daddy will give great deference or weight to her feelings when she does speak out about them.  



4 comments:

  1. I was with SP and another woman once and he was teasing us about how we just like to order men around.
    Without even really thinking, I just snapped out, "Hell, no! WAY too much responsibility!"
    I don't know how they do it.
    Well, I do, it's just so foreign to me, I can only understand on the intellectual level. Feeling wise, completely alien to me...

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  2. Picking your battles wisely is a good thing in any relationship, as Mr. D is always telling me "don't sweat the small stuff."

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  3. I wander about the phrase 'doormat' because it has negative connotations yet to all extent and purposes he can and sometimes does walk all over me (in the proverbial sense) and sometimes i like that.

    But its dependent on the situation and the decision, i guess if it was something i really felt strongly about then i would put up an argument in defence and he will listen,(sometimes even go with my suggestions) but occassionally he will just do what he thinks is for the best and what he wants.

    x

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