From Daddy’s Desk: Acknowledgement of Tasks
As part of our commitment to keep adding content and sharing more information with everyone, Kayla convinced me that what the world needs is me telling you what I think. I’m still not sold on that idea, but I have had a few things I’d like to share with you. Much of it is based on questions I get from submissives and Dominants but some is from my own experience, too. With a certain babygirl’s urging, I’ve started a new series on the Loving BDSM YouTube Channel called “From Daddy’s Desk…”
The first video is about acknowledgement and how important it is for Dominant’s to acknowledge the tasks our submissive’s do for us – not just when they make a mistake.
Acknowledgement of Tasks Takeaways
- Submissives, often in a long distance relationship, performs their asks as assigned. When they notify their Dominants, they get no acknowledgement of what they’ve done.
- For submissives who want to serve their Dominants, knowing they’ve pleased their partner is important to them.
- Yes, people get busy, but it’s important to make time or at least reply with a quick, “I’m busy right now, but we’ll talk later.”
- To keep your submissive’s “well” filled or to recharge them, a little gratitude goes a long way – “Good girl/boy” and “Thank you” may be all that’s needed.
- Your submissive wants to know they’ve done a good job.
- Submissives can’t serve if they don’t feel fulfilled. They need affirmation and to know their service matters.
- Consistency is important in D/s, especially for submissives – that applies to acknowledgement and communication, too.
- A Dominant is supposed to take care of their submissive. Acknowledging their effort can be part of that.
- You might not want to say “Good job” every single time, but don’t focus just on the times when they get it wrong or make a mistake.
- When you make an effort, so will your submissive.
- Your submissive just wants to make you a happy Dominant.
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