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    #1 Daddy - DJ

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    Posted 14 April 2019 - 09:03 AM

    I had a quick question for other caregivers.

     

    Have any of you ever been at a point where you have almost gone into littlespace?

     

    Been really sick or down and crappy that you just revert to an unfamiliar area?

     

    Is this something that can happen or has happened to anyone? A sort of role reversal?

     

    Really curious any input would be appreciated 


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    Posted 14 April 2019 - 09:22 AM

    im tempted to say i feel like i have a littlespace but its not a place i feel any desire to be in it just happens when i watch old cartoons or im sick and i have a partner take care of me


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    #3 Daddy - DJ

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    Posted 14 April 2019 - 09:40 AM

    im tempted to say i feel like i have a littlespace but its not a place i feel any desire to be in it just happens when i watch old cartoons or im sick and i have a partner take care of me

    I was curious because I was recently sick, still getting over it and my partner was taking care of me and I felt weird being taken care of and vulnerable which i didn't like, I almost did feel myself going into a more childlike mood which felt really weird and didn't know if I was possibly slipping into a littlespace due to being sick and weak and not in my right state of mind. I was really happy she was there to take care of me and it did feel nice having someone there for me which i'm not really used to, but strange is the best way to describe it for me. 



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    Posted 14 April 2019 - 11:30 AM

    Yeah since Daddy Doms are aware of little space and very familiar with it. I think lots  of us have it in ourselves too. 

     

    Considering we all have an inner child, it only makes sense Daddy Doms can feel little in certain situations. 

     

    I'm not a switch either, but sometimes life is just so overwhelming I get tempted to go into little space too. 

     

    and I give in at times, by myself. rarely.  

     

    But overall I still identify as a daddy, I still don't identify as a switch and I'm comfortable with that. 

     

     

    that's the place you also probably have to get to. 



    #5 Daddy - DJ

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    Posted 14 April 2019 - 11:42 AM

    Yeah since Daddy Doms are aware of little space and very familiar with it. I think lots  of us have it in ourselves too. 

     

    Considering we all have an inner child, it only makes sense Daddy Doms can feel little in certain situations. 

     

    I'm not a switch either, but sometimes life is just so overwhelming I get tempted to go into little space too. 

     

    and I give in at times, by myself. rarely.  

     

    But overall I still identify as a daddy, I still don't identify as a switch and I'm comfortable with that. 

     

     

    that's the place you also probably have to get to. 

    This was helpful. Thank you. Maybe I will be able to get comfortable with that side one day.



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    Posted 14 April 2019 - 03:50 PM

    Personally it isn't something that has ever happened to me, but as others have said it makes sense and I'm sure it's not uncommon. My mental health has been really bad at times, and I've gone through a lot with work stress and a divorce but none of it led me to littlespace. Definitely I've had points where I wouldn't have been a good caregiver or even be able to care for someone, but never felt like being little myself. Perhaps I'm just not made that way?

     

    Obviously if it's something you enjoyed, found helpful, or just wanted to explore more of that would be totally okay for you to do. If you do enjoy it and you discover that you have a little side, maybe you'd start considering yourself a switch? Switches aren't uncommon in the community so you'd be in good company.



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    Posted 21 April 2019 - 10:40 AM

    I mean, I can be kindof a baby when I'm super sick. (strep, bronchitis, etc) and I just want to moan and eat popsicles. but I think it's different than what they do. their perspective is fundamentally changed.
    experiment: the next time you shoo her hands out of your way to zip/button up her coat (for example. really just the next time she "zones out") - watch her. she's different. an hour ago she was watching Dexter make a necklace out of nipples and eyeballs - now she gasps in shock if you reference her 'cunt'. manarisms, speaking cadence, maybe even her posture can change.
    it's not really the same as feeling a little mopey, or impatient after a tough day or a flu. they are fascinating creatures.

    edit: this is a very narrow view, I apologize. I'm assuming a male/daddy & female/young'un. I can't speak intelligently on other-gendered relationships.

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    #8 Little kaiya

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    Posted 21 April 2019 - 01:07 PM

    My Daddy certainly echoes what you've said. When I'm little he will sometimes comment on the changes in my tone, gestures and mannerisms. To be totally honest I never really believed it could be that different until he took a video, with my prior permission. I was absolutely ASTOUNDED.

    It also sort if echoes what my family and friends have observed when I switch between genders, I'm gender fluid. It's so very subconscious and fascinating to me.

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    Posted 21 April 2019 - 08:27 PM

    This thread brought up in me a question that has been on my mind for awhile...I recently discovered this "littlespace" for myself, and recently decided trying out being a switch myself. Is this normal? Is this something that happens often? Has anyone else had this happen to them? I'm in a really confusing place mentally, and would like to hear from others regarding this topic...



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    Posted 22 April 2019 - 06:02 PM

    This thread brought up in me a question that has been on my mind for awhile...I recently discovered this "littlespace" for myself, and recently decided trying out being a switch myself. Is this normal? Is this something that happens often? Has anyone else had this happen to them? I'm in a really confusing place mentally, and would like to hear from others regarding this topic...


    I don't know if this happens often or if it would be considered normal - what I can tell you is that switching between both roles can give you a very unique insight and help you improve in a lot of ways.
    If it feels good for you then it's good.

    Relax and explore that newly discovered side of you.
    Take care ❤️
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    #11 Inmylittlespace

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    Posted 24 April 2019 - 08:59 AM

    Little here, not a Daddy. BUUUT

    I think that all Daddies have a little space inside of them! 

    It's what makes it possible for them to connect to their littles. 

    There's a special understanding with Daddies and their littles like how they can be okay with pacis, sippies etc. 

    They're just the big kid! :3 

     

    Just because you have a little space, doesn't mean you have to explore it though. Just know it's there and maybe use it to connect with your little. Even if its just a little bit? 

    Everyones different! 


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