Tag: subspace

Thinking more about Submissive Mental Space

Submissive mental space (or subspace, as I prefer to refer to it), is one of my favorite topics to discuss.  I believe that it serves such an integral place in submission and the healthy maintenance of a D/s relationship, yet it gets talked about so infrequently as a whole.  I have asked the question of … Continue reading Thinking more about Submissive Mental Space

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Reflecting on my spaces

As I have recently come to accept that I do have a submissive little space I am starting to find where the dividing lines fall between my normal submissive mental space and my submissive little space. The submissive personas that surface within each of them are rather different.  The triggers that get them there are … Continue reading Reflecting on my spaces

How Submissive Mental Space Works

Missy over at The SafeworD/s Club wrote a follow up to my Separating self and spaces post.  Reading that and the comments made me feel like revisiting a topic that I have written about in the past.  It seems there isn't a lot of talk on mental spaces in general.  Like the other post, I … Continue reading How Submissive Mental Space Works

Self-Maintenance through self-induced submissive mental space

As I've mentioned that active D/s has been absent from my life for the past few years, I have found a means of coping with the ache of submissive withdrawls and sub-frenzy that I thought other people might find helpful. Self-maintenance can come in quite handy if the dynamics in your relationship wax and wane, … Continue reading Self-Maintenance through self-induced submissive mental space

Why isn’t there more writing about the mental aspects of D/s?

Why isn't there more writing about the mental aspects of D/s? I find this completely puzzling as there are often carefully crafted relationship dynamics in place with the goal of keeping a sub twisting in deep subspace and a Domme maintaining a heightened Domspace.  I find it fascinating how people manage to keep a sub … Continue reading Why isn’t there more writing about the mental aspects of D/s?