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Missing daddy irl


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So i just got home from meeting my daddy for the first time irl, and I stayed there for this whole past week. It was absolutely fantastic, and i loved everything about him, aswell as the trip itself.

 

But now im back home, and im in my own bed, and it just feels... wrong. It feels wrong to be somewhere hes not. It feels wrong to not have him behind me, arms around my waist, with the dog at our feet. Im lonely and sad and everytime i think about it i start crying, because i miss him so gosh dang much.

 

So my question goes out to other littles, aswell as caregivers, how do you cope with missing your partner when you get home from those visits? How do you keep from feeling overwhelmingly sad and lonely?

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Would assume you took a shirt home with you to wear at night? That seems to help some littles I've had in the past ^_^ 

 

Also, keeping yourself slightly distracted by something could help? Reading, gaming, maybe even call your Daddy if they are available. They could leave a voice message for you.  

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I have a shirt Daddy gave me, it smells like him and I wear it to sleep every night. To distract myself I colour in pictures and draw things for him. I am currently in the middle of creating a small story book that I can give him hehehe. I'm hoping he will like it hehe.
But I do know it's hard, you just have to be strong. You will get to see him again.

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A lot of weepy phonecalls, planning the next get-together, clothing of his to snuggle or stuff in your pillow to smell when you go to sleep (he could mail it), buy the same brand of deodorant to spray on stuff or use yourself, and just time really.

Watching movies and enjoying passtimes helps as well.

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Whenever we would separate we would always talk to each other on the phone during the trip back to our separate homes and there would be a whole lot of crying. When we calm down from that the initial drop we would start planning and looking forward to the next time we would be together. Talk about things we would do the next time things we would want to go see places we might want to go eat or a meal we would like to cook together. We took the time to think about what meal would you want to cook for the other one and made sure we did that minutes time. It's not easy and it doesn't get a lot better on the initial separation but what time you realize those times apart get shorter and that will sometimes help.
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I've been in a long distance relationship with my Daddy for over 3 years. We live 1,000 miles apart and I constantly miss him. After the immediate crying and sadness that comes after leaving each other from a trip (they usually only last 5-10 days because of work on both ends) we immediately plan for our next trip, taking in our time off, and plane ticket prices. Finally after having that set date we count down the days until we can see each other again. Even if its over 100 days, it's still something to hold onto and not make it feel like we'll never see each other again. Face timing and talking/texting each other everyday is the only thing keeping us both sane. It's hard and will always be hard, but just remember it's not forever! Hope this helped.

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He gives me daily tasks/chores and I earn points and stuff when I check them off in our App, so I’m that way we are always connected when we aren’t physically together. I also color him pictures or doodle little things and send to him via text. We also keep lists of things we want to do together so sometimes we just add a couple new things. I’ve also kept shirts and hoodies. They smell like him and they’re very big like him so I like just wrapping them around me. It definitely is so so hard being without them ☹️
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