I will keep this one short and sweet…yes, I am in a D/s relationship. We entered into this dynamic 8 months ago, though we have been together almost 15 years. This is my first D/s relationship so I do not have anything to compare it to. All I can say is that it is ENTIRELY satisfying!
Daddy has been incredibly lenient with me this week, with regard to my use of my own time. He knows that I had a bit of a rough start to the week, emotionally, and that I begin teaching again on Monday. Therefore, there have been very few tasks on my Wunderlist each day. However, today, Daddy assigned me lines to write.
I would describe myself as the submissive in my marriage. My husband is our leader, my Dominant, and it is my promise to obey and submit to him in all ways. At times, like most submissives I would imagine, I do have to take on a leadership (dominant) role.
I typically try (try being the key word) to keep my blog light- stimulating, I hope- but light. However, we all have those days where the tidal wave of life sweeps over us and threatens to drag us out into murky waters. I have been having a few of those days recently.
I had a bit of a chuckle when I read this prompt. How do I know that I am submissive? Well, to be honest, I am not naturally submissive, quite the opposite and I know that. However, I knew that I had the potential to be submissive as I believe that as humans, our greatest power lies in our control over our minds.
Learning submission has been greatly challenging for me but also greatly rewarding in many ways. My husband is the only person that I truly submit to, and he expects my submission both in and out of the bedroom, 24/7. As a couple, D/s is fairly new to us, but we have found that both of us are much happier in more traditional male and female roles.
While I do not consider labels to be all that important, as they fail to ever be all-encompassing, it is inevitable that labels are used in our human quest to describe ourselves and our experiences. My most important label is the one my husband gave me 14 years ago…wife. I am my husband’s wife, and this is a label I plan to keep for life.