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I wanted to make a post for Daddies asking one thing: How do you handle certain Little anxieties? What are some anxieties/problems you’ve handled with your Little(s)?

 

Ex:

Littles often worry if they’re too clingy or bothering their Daddy. How did you handle this?

Littles always want Daddy to be more attentive, on top of his already stressful, daily life. How did you provide more Daddy Time for your Little(s) on top of handling every day life?

 

This isn’t necessarily a thread asking for advice. This is a thread so Daddies can share the Little Problems they’ve come across and how they’ve handled them so Daddies and Littles can read and learn alike ☺️

Thank you for reading.

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Communication. Up front, letting her know that when I'm busy, I'm busy. If I don't respond, it's because I'm busy.

 

Did I mention being busy? :))

 

Don't mind needy or clingy, but life still goes on outside of our relationship.

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Literally the answer to every question up there is Communication. So I'll just copy my link on my lengthy praise of communication (SFW):

 

https://www.ddlgforum.com/topic/28037-communication-is-vital/

 

Whenever anyone in ANY relationship has a problem - communication is going to be your ONLY source of resolution. Even if it is an outcome you don't like, communication is the only way to get closure. 

 

As I always say - Communication is the key. Communication, communication, communication!

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Littles always want Daddy to be more attentive, on top of his already stressful, daily life. How did you provide more Daddy Time for your Little(s) on top of handling every day life?

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Always? Sorry but i very strongly disagree on that one. i certainly have never wanted that from Him. Not once.

While i understand the intentions of this post, it suggests we are all the same. We are not. And unfortunately this kind of thing is something that does us no good in the greater online community. We all get lumped together, and are expected to all behave and feel the same way.

We are all very different.

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