How to Start Communicating Again and Reset Your D/s Relationship

7 Responses

  1. amadahlia says:

    It is sooooo good to read and hear that others havethis happen. I mean, of course it makes sense that they would but sometimes it feels like we are alone in our need to reset!

    • Kayla Lords says:

      I wonder if we do feel that way (about it just being us and not anyone else) because what we do is already so personal and unique to the relationship. If that specific type of good only works for us, maybe the bad is the same? At least our brains might trick us into thinking that. Glad to help you remember you’re not alone in it, though. ๐Ÿ™‚

  2. Alice King says:

    Awesome advise here! The so called perfect relationships are that way because of the constant communication and evaluations you have mentioned here. Relationships take work and commitment to truly succeed

    Alice

    xoxox

    • Kayla Lords says:

      Absolutely! And it seems that gets forgotten all too often. When you coast on what worked a few weeks, months, or years ago, one day you look up and you’re both miserable.

  3. LordRaven says:

    Excellent piece, thank you for sharing. Yes life has a nasty way of throwing us off the rails. I admire your no nonsense way of getting back to the basics and making it work.

    • Kayla Lords says:

      Sometimes it means we have to admit hard truths – about ourselves and each other – but our relationship means too much to both of us to do anything else. ๐Ÿ™‚

  4. rabbitheart says:

    What you said about getting back to basics is key. While all relationships evolve, it’s those simple things that seem to act like a glue holding things together and if that’s lost things can deteriorate.

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