D/S and long term relationships?

D/S and long term relationships?

Callisto Callisto
As long as the D/S is mutual and there is a level of trust and respect, do you think this relationship within your long-term relationship makes it stronger? Would you prefer these roles or oppose them?

I've always been submissive. I am one of those women who wanted to stay at home with the kids.. do housework etc. I also have in recent years realized that I'm a sub in the bedroom as well. I haven't explored this deeper, or been with a dom but my current guy is open to exploring this side with me.

It feels like it's made our relationship stronger but I'm not always so sure.
08/09/2011
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MaryExy MaryExy
If you prefer being in such a dynamic, I think it would make your relationship stronger. However, if the D/s dynamic isn't your style, then if anything I think the dynamic would hurt your relationship. It's all about being satisfied with the relationship. So in your case of the D/s being mutual with trust and respect, I think it could indeed be helpful; in such a situation, wouldn't NOT having a D/s relationship leave the partners feeling unfulfilled, considering both like the idea?
08/09/2011
Callisto Callisto
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Originally posted by MaryExy
If you prefer being in such a dynamic, I think it would make your relationship stronger. However, if the D/s dynamic isn't your style, then if anything I think the dynamic would hurt your relationship. It's all about being satisfied with ...
I see your point. I just haven't had one, only had a taste through an online "roleplay" relationship that I had. I really enjoyed it and craved it. Seems like I might get a true taste later on.
08/09/2011
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