Tag: Support

Building A Support Base

Before selecting an individual to be a part of your support base, you should first determine your objective, think about what is it that you want to accomplish, then act accordingly. If you want to strengthen pre-existing relationships, then obviously you will want to communicate with those who are already around you. Perhaps there are things about yourself that you have never shared with those individuals and you want them to know more about who you really are.

Relationships with Princess Dommes

Recovering from any addiction requires a long hard look at the truth. And it is equally as important to be able to be able to identify the feelings connected to addictive behaviors; to look at what you are doing and see how your actions impact not only yourself but those around you. Remember, with sex, porn, and masturbation addictions, we are not talking about chemical dependencies. Rather, we are talking about mental, emotional, and even possibly even physical dependencies on specific sexual acts. This article takes a closer look at the relationship between the alpha male who pretends to be submissive and the “princess dommes” in his employ. Let’s begin…

Submissive or Co-dependent?

Mistress Alisa explores the differences between submission and co-dependency. It is not uncommon in the BDSM lifestyle to run across individuals who try to sell co-dependency as submission. It is a problematic practice, at least. And, in most extreme cases, it can actually be dangerous. In this episode of Heart and Soul, she offers sound advice about the perils of co-dependency within the context of BDSM.

Take Care Of Yourself

You can only give what you possess, and if you give all that you possess, then you will have nothing left for yourself. Giving to the point of self-detriment creates frustration, which leads to angst, which leads to anger. A person who feels empty will give grudgingly. Eventually, they will refuse to give at all. They may start to keep track of all that they do and use that information as ammunition against the person to whom they have given. They may start to demand things in return for even the smallest acts of kindness.