A dominant submissive relationship is based on a healthy and consentual agreement to enter into such a situation. Both individuals must be at their best in order for this D/s relationship to be all that it can be for both parties .
(Anyone who tells you that submission is mandatory is lying to you. Submission has conditions under which it must operate.) Before choosing a dominant. One must know the ins and outs if the Dominant. One must seek out traits in a dominant which suggest that the dominant will be protective and just in his or her decision-making. Before signing over one’s rights, it is important to know who you are signing those rights over to. It’s like signing your life over. You don’t want to jump in only to later discover that this person was a crook.
Submission should be given as a gift to the one who has proven themselves worthy to be intrusted with yourself/life. This person will take control over you in many ways and they will affect many of your decisions and interactions. As such, it is important to choose this person wisely.
Submission is not a weakness, it is a strength. The gift of submission is given out of love and trust for a person- enough to devote one’s life to them. In my experience, I have found that this type of bond is so strong that once you have given yourself to a dominant, it will be difficult to ever go back to life without a dominant. In fact, you will most likely find that this will be the ultimate gift to a trusted significant other. you won’t be able to give of yourself to another like you can when submitting to a dominant.
How do you develop a more assertive image that will attract the right type of dominant into your life?
While many often search for someone who will complete that missing part of their life, it is important to be complete in your own skin first before seeking out a dominant. This will only strengthen the bond and quality of the dominant submissive relationship.
I’m sure you’ve been in a type of relationship with someone who was not secured in their own abilities and who were not comfortable in their own skin. It makes it difficult to be in a relationship or to even share with that individual because they are constantly looking to you., and seeking for their validation. This type of relationship would be unhealthy.
A dominant submissive relationship is based on a healthy and consentual agreement to enter into such a situation. Both individuals must be at their best in order for this D/s relationship to be all that it can be for both parties.