Navigating a Long Distance D/s Relationship Part 2 LB084

In episode 84, we’re talking about how to make a long distance D/s relationship actually work. What you can do, how you handle the distance, and all the rest that can make LDRs so difficult.

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  • You’ve found each other and decided this might be real. Now what?
  • Look for and set up rituals, tasks, and things that aren’t sexual for your relationship
  • Let’s talk kinky fuckery in your long distance relationship.
  • Be safe on the first meeting.
  • Making time and plans for visits is extremely important.
  • Set a routine for your communication and stick to it – yes, we said this last episode, but it’s important so we’re repeating it
  • How do you take it from a long distance thing to an in real life thing?

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8 Non-Sexual Things You Can Do In Your Long Distance D/s Relationship

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2 Comments

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    ChinaDoll320

    Reply Reply July 19, 2017

    My Daddy also falls asleep a lot… and won’t reply until much later (normally when I’m getting ready to go to sleep). What can I do about that?

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      Kayla Lords

      Reply Reply July 20, 2017

      You should talk to him. Maybe you can come up with a better routine that works for both. For us and other LDRs we know, sleep is often the thing sacrificed (on both sides) in order to talk to each other. But sometimes it requires creative thinking and patience to find a way that works for both of you.

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