Transitioning from Long Distance D/s to In Person D/s

A listener reminded us that we’d promise to discuss how to make the transition from a long distance relationship to an in-person one. We leaned heavily on our own experiences, but also shared tips even if your situation is completely different.

In this episode:

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  • The shop for weapons of ass destruction is temporarily down, but we’re aware of it, and it’s on purpose.
  • As much as you can, try to plan before the move and transition.
  • You both need to adjust once you move — new rules, anxiety, dealing with the differences
  • You may feel something like new relationship energy from the excitement.
  • Real life will set in at some point. It can be a shock to the system.
  • Take the time you need to adjust.
  • Lean on supportive family and friends before the move.
  • Communicate, communicate, communicate.

Links from the show:

Long Distance Relationships Part 1: In the Beginning (episode 83)

Navigating a Long Distance Relationship Part 2 (episode 84)

6 Types of Transitions in a Long Distance Relationship (blog post)

8 Non-Sexual Things You Can Do in a Long Distance D/s Relationships (blog post)

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2 Responses

  1. October 11, 2018

    […] Moving in together means you’re navigating bathroom habits, schedules, ways of doing simple things like putting away groceries, and details you won’t even think about until later. I had no idea I cared so much about how the dishwasher gets loaded until someone else did it for me. […]

  2. February 10, 2019

    […] Transitioning from Long Distance to In Person D/s Relationships (episode 138) […]

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