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    #1 Guest_Lil’ Sonos 🐹_*

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    Posted 13 March 2018 - 12:41 AM

    Here is my dilemma,

     

    I'm having a hard time believing I am just a little boy here, but I spend vast amounts of time in little space. I often find myself acting like a daddy to others, and I'll admit..

    I have no clue.. at all.. if I am even being one. until someone makes a jab etc.. I mean, I would love to be one, but for me my main issue is being a parent.

    Just being called daddy in a sexual/nonsexual way just turns me off instantly and I get all weirded out.. 

    Thing is I do not even know what to even do. I want to be a little.. but I also want to be a daddy, (and I know what a switch is before you ask.) but it's hard to be one if I can't past that..

    I am open for any suggestions, or advice, I am just really confused right now. Please! and thank you in advance.  :(



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    Posted 13 March 2018 - 12:51 AM

    You don't have to view it as being a parent since that's not what it is. Just a nurturing dom. There are other names you can be called besides daddy.  :)



    #3 Guest_Lil’ Sonos 🐹_*

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    Posted 13 March 2018 - 01:00 AM

    There other things as-well that I forgot to even mention, I am submissive pretty much 100% I am unsure how that would pan out being a "DD" Daddy-Dom.. I don't have a dominant bone in my body..



    #4 Arc

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    Posted 13 March 2018 - 01:55 AM

    You could always be a babysitter. Someone who's there for the others but not like a full time thing? It would allow you to still be little when you want and need. Or maybe you could see it as something like a little hierarchy? :p You could be above some littles and take care of them while still being little. Kind of like an older sibling type thing, I guess? Still a little but looking out for other littles. 


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    #5 Guest_Lil’ Sonos 🐹_*

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    Posted 13 March 2018 - 02:38 AM

    I would have to be in it full time, Also I tend to get distracted easily though. I have A.D.D. I also can't focus or lose thought rather quicky.

     

    But what is the difference in being a B/S compared to C/G?


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    #6 Letsgoforanadventure

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    Posted 13 March 2018 - 07:33 AM

    You could always be yourself, do whatever you want, and rid yourself of titles. 


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    Posted 13 March 2018 - 07:41 AM

    I would have to be in it full time, Also I tend to get distracted easily though. I have A.D.D. I also can't focus or lose thought rather quicky.

    But what is the difference in being a B/S compared to C/G?


    Pretty much the exact same difference between a parent and a babysitter. the babysitter just looks after the little without actually dating them. Does basic caregiver stuff minus the commitment

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    #8 I_AM_THE_SENATE

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    Posted 13 March 2018 - 09:01 AM

    You could always be yourself, do whatever you want, and rid yourself of titles. 

    Came here to say exactly this bro,

     

    Just be you and be happy!


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    #9 KaliGuurl

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    Posted 13 March 2018 - 09:31 AM

    Why do you need a title?

    Sounds like you're just over thinking it.

    Also I would like to point out, someone being a Daddy could be completely different to how you see being a Daddy or caregiver.

    Do your own research. If labels are really that important to you, read. There's tons of stuff about d/s & ddlg all over the internet. Find what best suites what you are and boom, found your label.

    #10 LittleKitten13

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    Posted 13 March 2018 - 08:35 PM

    If it's just the name that bothers you, maybe you could have a different name than daddy?  Papa felt awkward about being called daddy, so he's Papa instead of daddy, and I honestly love calling him that much more.


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    #11 Guest_Lil’ Sonos 🐹_*

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    Posted 13 March 2018 - 09:54 PM

    Trust me, I've been doing alot of research and yeah that's pretty much the issue. Just being called that. I just didn't know if it was acceptable having other names.. I should have read the forum more before I posted it.. Literally.. a pinned topic with my exact issue.



    #12 Arc

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    Posted 13 March 2018 - 11:17 PM

    Of course it's acceptable. There's no set way to do things. You can do whatever makes you comfortable and happy :) 


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