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I feel like I have posted a lot about going back to work and feeling tired.  Actually, maybe it is more that I have been mad busy back at work and I haven’t posted much at all because of it. Anyway work has come between me and the things that I enjoy. Currently with that and some other stuff going on I have found my head-space pretty much used up. I have spoken to my Sir about this and he has been amazing. He has tried to support me and help me. He has looked after me and done extra bits around the house and been absolutely fantastic. We haven’t had as much play though as part of what he agreed for me was making sure that I was in bed a bit earlier so I could get more sleep as I was lasting on too little and was getting headaches.

This has helped the headaches but I realised yesterday that I am not really supporting Sir. This has to be a two way thing to work and I am not meeting his needs. I am putting all my time and energy into working out solutions and supporting others and I have not done the same at home. It hit me as a bit of a light bulb moment that although I feel too tired to give anything else, what I really need is for him to take more. If he takes more from me then it will clear my head of work. I am not good like him at compartmentalising things; they go round and round in my head until I have resolved them and I need him to take them away otherwise it is all still there draining me when I am at home. If he takes something from me and demands my submission I will be his and work will be left where it should be. I will feel less tired and more fulfilled and calmer as a result. It is crazy that it has taken me three weeks to see this. Anyway, I spoke to him about this earlier and he was not slow to demand a lot from me!  So I am now calmer, my head is his, I am writing again and I feel centred again in my submission.

I think it is important to appreciate that a married relationship like this requires work. You get better at seeing what you need but you always have to keep thinking about it and working at it as life gets in the way. Life can pull you apart. Not completely but enough to make your connection diminish, and when that happens it can easily become a viscous circle where things start to slip. I also believe that it is important to be honest and realistic about it. Sir is not a mind-reader and I have to be honest with him about how I feel and what I need. I know how I feel and knew that I needed help. He gave that but I see now it wasn’t in the right way as it didn’t fix the root problem. No matter how much experience people have these sorts of life things will happen and you will have to work out how to manage things. You give control to your Sir but can’t leave him to work everything out. This is something I don’t think is always made clear. I got the impression that the more experienced people had it all sorted and were living the perfect fairy-tale. In some ways that is how this new life feels but if you don’t work at it and spend time knowing yourself and thinking about submission I think it is unlikely to last the long game. After all, you have to keep waving your wand to make the magic happen.

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15 thoughts on “Lightbulb

  1. relationships = work I know I was guilty of thinking D/s would be the magic exception to that rule. That once the guidelines were in place it would run like a machine. lol Not so. The ability to communicate when something isn’t working is imperative.

    Giving more to him makes sense. That is what makes us feel good and feeds us. 🙂

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  2. So much agree that work had to be done on oneself all along the way! We cannot realistically expect our men to carry our weight while we have no mastery over ourselves, no insight or understanding to offer them (which is like handing them much needed tools!).

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  3. I just found your blog. i am enjoying it. You write well.i love that you have realized you cant leave your Sir to work out everything.

    This is quite an observation. How did your Sir take more from you and demand your submission?

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    • Hello gudone – thank you for your kind comments. Mmmm last Saturday that was. I don’t want to be too graphic but let’s just say he took my head back by reminding me that all holes were ultimately his and he would use them as he wanted. Until then my head was still going over the things that were bothering me but he made sure that there was no room for that. It is like a sort of re-set. I felt calm and centers and his for the rest of the weekend. Sometimes we need to reset our dynamic if one of us has wavered from our role but sometimes it is just to reaffirm or reinforce the mindset, almost as a preventative rather than reactive thing. Because my work is full on I can struggle to transition to my submissive mindset. By demanding my submission, Sir helps me to control that by separating work and home so that I can really be where I want to be – with him and with our family. This is something that I struggled with before D/s and it was hard to de-stress. I hope that has answered your question but if not then please feel free to contact me. 😊

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      • Missy,

        Thanks so much for your reply. It was clear what happened and I think it reminded me how to treat my submissive wife, that it is something she needs and wants and finds helpful.

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