The topic for this time on Tell Me About … is RESETS, but first we would like to thank everyone who linked up about Scenes the last time. If you haven’t read the posts already then please check them out. We realise that we are all busy but if you have the time to read and comment on posts, that is always encouraging for those who have written them and much appreciated.
We are really pleased to announce that sweetgirl has agreed to join the team in hosting Tell Me About.. This week she chose the featured post .
I chose Ready, Get set, Go! by The SafeworD/s Club. I liked it because of the double point of view and because it is a how too guide especially for beginners. It is funny in places and I think it is a great reminder of everything that’s important – mood, intent, follow through and aftercare.
Clearly the roles for Dom and sub are quite different with regards to the input you have at each stage of the process, but we have both found that there are things that we can do which will help it to be the sort of experience we want it to be…. read more
No matter how good we are or how hard we try, unfortunately sometimes in a relationship things can become unstuck for a variety of reasons. Within D/s this can lead to the feeling that you need to reset things to start again, so this time we are asking you about resets. Are they something you use and if so how and when? Is it important to find some way of re-affirming your roles and how does this work best for you? Have there been any things which either worked well or didn’t work at all?
Please post all about if and how you use RESETS and then link for us here on Tell Me About…
As always, please respond to the prompt in a way which works for you.
If you are new then please check out the rules and then take part by adding your post using the linky tool at the bottom of the page. Remember to display the Tell Me About … badge on your post, and please comment on the other posts and promote on social media where possible.
If you would like more information about the how and the why, the what and the how of taking part, then you might want to read my post, Memes and Prompts.
This topic will close at 12pm on Saturday November 9th