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Help with my potential Daddy?


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I’m a fairly new little, except I know a lot of the things I’ve liked since my childhood consider me a little. I just found the community a while ago and I didn’t think to consider myself one up until a few months ago...

 

I’m not interested in finding a DD, I’m already in a relationship with my bf and I’ve been dropping tiny hints about the culture. I call him daddy and he calls me princess, he spoils me and I make him happy~

But the problem is, I’m not sure if he knows the community or how he would feel about my littleness...

 

I need help breaking it to him and I just don’t know how to explain it, I don’t want him to react poorly. He’s a lovely King to me and we are loyal together, and I’m sure we will still stay in our loving relationship.

 

Any tips of how to handle this? Please comment if you had the same problem, thank you ^-^

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There’s a very common situation here involving vanilla relationships where one is more than that. Many people never get to release their true side with the one they love because they just aren’t more than vanilla. And nothing wrong in thst, we are all what we are. How wonderful it would be if we could be our real selves with the one we love. It might not work out for you and you will have to settle for less if your boyfriend matters above anything that you are. Then again, it just might. Don’t go in to it suddenly and deeply. Test the waters. Thst way he has time to ponder what you say and not make a knee jerk reaction. Make subtle remarks of you interest, share with him some research you’ve found interesting. He might just think it’s a hobby. But in time you will be able to gauge his views and opinions and nobody knows him better than you. Your sixth sense will tell you if there is real progress.
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If I were in your position, I would start with saying something along the lines of "I want to tell you something, but I am honestly afraid of how you may react." Depending on his reaction and what he says, then just go into explaining about DDLG. I'm sure at times he'll be confused and/or curious, but just keep telling him if he has questions, all he has to do is ask. There is no right way to break it to someone, because everyone is different. But if you can't tell the one person in the world you trust wholeheartedly, then maybe you don't fully trust them or are not fully committed to the point of open communication without fear of reprisal. 

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