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Safewords aren't the the only way to be safe, but the principle of a safeword, of having a stop if you need it, is crucial to a healthy, consensual relationship.
Marriage isn't all fun and games, but getting throught tough times makes what you have even stronger.
Limits matter everywhere.
We all deal with negative emotions, it's part of life, but it can also one of the biggest intimacy builders in a relationship
Relationship rules are like physics – you can’t cheat them.
Conflict is going to happen. It just is. How you handle conflict is what makes all the difference in the world
If you're in a D/s or otherwise relationship, or thinking of pursuing one, the conversation about discipline needs to be one you have and one you have more than once.
Negotiation can be fun and terrifying and fulfilling, but you've got to put some honest effort into it to get the results you want and need, to make it good for yourself and your partner.
It's important to let go of what you think you should be called or should be okay with, and embrace what you want to be.
The onus is on you to find and use your voice because the Dominant partner may ultimately "call the shots", but you're the one who really holds the power. The fact that you choose to hand it to someone else makes you stronger than you can imagince.
In my mind, the Dominant partner has the potential to have the most fun (“bossing” their subject around, especially during play), but they also have the potential for the greatest, most painful fall.