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Daddy but not boyfriend?


AllisonTheKitten
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I needs a little helps if anyone has experience they can share with me...

My Daddy and I recently broke up due to just having personal issues we each need to deal with .

Well, we still see eachother almost every day and are still intimate, just both need to be single while dealing with said issues. I'm trying to figure out how to ask him to still be my Daddy but not be a "couple, date, ect". If anyone can help I'd reallllyyy appreciate it.

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Just say exactly that. Your daddy should know that little space is either not always or never an intimate space for some people. You can help each other through these issues and it would work even better if you can be in your safe space with them as your cg/daddy because they can comfort, look after, sympathise and help work things out. It doesn't have to be intimate to be a healthy dd/lg relationship. Hope this helped!

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I'm not my little's boyfriend but I am her daddy and it basically is me and her both doing whatever we want but if she wants to be little then she can be with me or if she needs that emotional comfort I'm right there every time unless I'm asleep, phone is dead, or I'm at the movie theater other than that I reply instantly :) I hope this helps
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I'm not my little's boyfriend but I am her daddy and it basically is me and her both doing whatever we want but if she wants to be little then she can be with me or if she needs that emotional comfort I'm right there every time unless I'm asleep, phone is dead, or I'm at the movie theater other than that I reply instantly :) I hope this helps

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I did that wrong... I'm new oops.. anyway this is an interesting idea. I never thought there those who have a DD/lg relationship without the base Boyfriend/Girlfriend relationship...

But now I think about it, It works. Not exactly what I'M looking for, but it might be what some need. New perspectives are always Valuable.

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I don't think it's all that unusual! The caregiver dynamic is, imho, independent of romantic/aromantic feelings. 

 

like erryone else says, I think it's a good idea just to be open an' honest!

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Guest Sweetkittenbj
This is oddly timely for me...my vDaddy doesn't want an agreement between the two of us b/c he's not ready to settle down. I suggested we try an understanding...we know what each of us is willing & not willing to do and we know what the other expects from this understanding, and have agreed to what we can & can't live with. Would something like that work for you?
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GlitteryPrincessAlli,

 

My little girl and I broke up recently because of personal issues as well and the need for space, but we also see each other frequently and talk every day. Open and honest communication is the best. Continuing to tell him how you feel and allowing your relationship with shifting labels to naturally profess are the best things that you can do right now, and also make sure to continue to be kind / take care of yourself :). You'll get through this.

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Daddy isn't my boyfriend!! Our situation is pretty complicated (we were married), but we're avoiding labels apart from 'Daddy' and 'his little.' It's whatever makes you comfortable and if he's not accepting of that type of dynamic, then he's not and that's okay, too!! <3 You do what's right for you even if it seems reallllllly hard to do at the time. You'll never regret it.

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  • 3 weeks later...

In a reverse way, this is what me and my now boyfriend have done. We've been very close the past 5 months. Best friends. We ended up getting slightly intimate, just kidding and cuddling really. Neither of us are sexual until a long time. We both liked each other a while bunch, but due to some things happening in our own lives, we both agreed we should be single for a while. But we were still there for each other. Due to me changing what I want in a relationship, we both agreed being together would be healthy now. ^^ we just got together yesterday~

 

Anyways, this can work! As long as you both communicate that you aren't together, and you're both single so you can do what you want. (No one can get mad for you seeing other people, etc) Its a It's nice way to be single and not feel absolutely alone.

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