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What are the things you do to make yourself seem/feel a age?

How different do you feel 5 is from 6 and how does it change the way you act depending on the age you're being?

 

Do you keep acting a different age even in public?

 

What are daddies getting out of the relationship and what are littles getting out of the relationship?

 

Should littles really get in trouble on purpose?

If it isn't on purpose what happens when you stop doing bad things?

 

it looks like a lot of these relationships are ldr 

what about couples that live together, does it get harder to keep the relationship like it is?

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I'm not a little but a kitten, I have been with my man for nearly 3 years and I don't think it gets harder, in our relationship I've always been submissive and he has always been a caregiver to me.

 

I don't usually act like a kitty in public but I still get looked after, my man will always make sure I'm safe and not in situations that scare me.

What I get out of the relationship being like this is that I always feel comfortable and always have a fun time with him, and I imagine he enjoys being dominant and gets a feeling of power knowing that I belong only to him and want nobody else to come near me, and he always gets a well behaved kitty doing as he says.

 

A lot of the stuff I do to feel like a cute princess are not different from what littles do though, so we watch a lot of cartoons, I have a lot of stuffies and enjoy childish things because they make me feel safe and small. I also like to wear specific types of makeup when I'm in my kitten/little space, cute pastel colour which differ from my usual goth/alternative look.
And I have my man here most of the time and he will make me feel like a little princess and make sure I'm always feeling cared for and given lots of kisses and cuddles and have everything around me I need to get to sleep.

 

I cant speak for everyone else, but this is just how I see it.

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I think, It's about being true to yourself. And then finding someone who will love you for yourself. I could be wrong, that's just how I feel
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It's from within, where that has found you because it's your very own authentic little self which is why the attempt to use anothers generally doesn't work although there's nothing wrong with trying out different different activities, interests and so on that others do and you've not tried yourself and incorporating them in.

What you can do publicly depends very much own circumstances and how comfortable you may feel both of which can change, like I often have things like hello kitty stuffies, back packs and that out with me and that's no issue although for medical reasons there's no way I can be really adult  when I'm out , the best it gets for me is more responsible child (and my cg working on that has been super helpful for me).

To me (and mebbe it's only me) a little getting in trouble deliberately is an indication of an unmet need of theirs their cg needs to be discussing with them to avoid bratting for a funishment. Behaving better can be and for me is rewarded although the other side of the story is if my attitude and behaviour falls below what is agreed then I'm punished to dissuade me from doing it again and that and his other support helps me be the best I can as his middle/little.

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What are the things you do to make yourself seem/feel a age?

I draw, color, watch cartoons, play games with my Daddy

 

How different do you feel 5 is from 6 and how does it change the way you act depending on the age you're being?

My little age varies- so I can't really give you a clear answer to this question.

 

Do you keep acting a different age even in public?

My little side is a huge part of my personality so I don't age-play. There is a huge difference in age-play and regressing.

 

What are daddies getting out of the relationship and what are littles getting out of the relationship?

I asked Daddy and he said that he enjoys taking care of me and providing me what I need. He enjoys guiding me and helping me be the best person that I can be. I enjoy the security that my Daddy gives me.

 

Should littles really get in trouble on purpose?

Not unless they're brats.

 

If it isn't on purpose what happens when you stop doing bad things?

I'm not sure I completely understand this question.

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For your first question, I would suggest finding media (apps, shows, books) aimed at young children. That's what really helps me get into littlespace.

Daddies get love from their littles out of the relationship. It's just a part of Daddies that they NEED love and attention from their own littles. And littles need love and attention from their Daddies, but on top of that they get cared for.

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Speaking as a 'DD', I get two particularly strong emotions from this dynamic, one significantly more often than the other.

 

The majority of the time, I find that DDing someone allows me to engage with my very intense domineering-possessive side in a 'positive' way, by recasting the possessiveness as the kind of all-around care that it is essential for an "adult" to have over a "young child" - who can't look after themselves, so need continuous guidance and direction. This is an often welcome release from the simplistic (and "oh check how evil I am") dom dynamic in a dom/sub relationship - sure, I do sometimes revel in the power to torment someone (for their pleasure! Thank god for masochists...) but other times I feel my soul desires me to be powerful in an ultimately benevolent (but still controlling) way and being DD does that - every "obsessive" act of control over a lg (food, every part of clothing, brushing their hair...) becomes an act of care and benevolent attention to someone who doesn't have the capacity to look after themselves (IRL: of course they do, but they surrender that as part of the pleasure they gain from these relationships). It's selfless, and uplifting to know that every lg smile is ultimately my creation, as their entire experience of now is dictated by me.

 

The lesser, but still enjoyable, emotion I recieve as a DD is the transgressive one of sexualising such an honest and intimate connection - which is when my DD side and more conventional 'dom' side are in alignment.

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Speaking as a 'DD', I get two particularly strong emotions from this dynamic, one significantly more often than the other.

 

The majority of the time, I find that DDing someone allows me to engage with my very intense domineering-possessive side in a 'positive' way, by recasting the possessiveness as the kind of all-around care that it is essential for an "adult" to have over a "young child" - who can't look after themselves, so need continuous guidance and direction. This is an often welcome release from the simplistic (and "oh check how evil I am") dom dynamic in a dom/sub relationship - sure, I do sometimes revel in the power to torment someone (for their pleasure! Thank god for masochists...) but other times I feel my soul desires me to be powerful in an ultimately benevolent (but still controlling) way and being DD does that - every "obsessive" act of control over a lg (food, every part of clothing, brushing their hair...) becomes an act of care and benevolent attention to someone who doesn't have the capacity to look after themselves (IRL: of course they do, but they surrender that as part of the pleasure they gain from these relationships). It's selfless, and uplifting to know that every lg smile is ultimately my creation, as their entire experience of now is dictated by me.

 

The lesser, but still enjoyable, emotion I recieve as a DD is the transgressive one of sexualising such an honest and intimate connection - which is when my DD side and more conventional 'dom' side are in alignment.

I know my daddy feels exactly the same way ♡

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What are the things you do to make yourself seem/feel a age?

Coloring, watching cartoons, making up cute scenarios involving me doing little things

 

How different do you feel 5 is from 6 and how does it change the way you act depending on the age you're being?

  I am Not sure what age I am behaving in, I just know I am a little and I guess when I get a daddy I will know what age I am. I do suppose that from time to time I change from a younger little 2 an older little.

Do you keep acting a different age even in public?

  in public I act my adult age mostly. Rarely does my little side come out. When I am with someone special then maybe a bit more but only slightly as I am NOT fully comfortable yet showing my full little side in public and it would help if I had a daddy.

 

What are daddies getting out of the relationship and what are littles getting out of the relationship?

  well, what I get out of it is love and caring and having fun and protection and a sense of being special to someone.

 

Should littles really get in trouble on purpose?

If it isn't on purpose what happens when you stop doing bad things?

I think it's fun to get in trouble on purpose but if you are the type that really doesn't get in trouble like that then that could be fine for you . you could find other ways to have fun in your relationship. I suppose if you never get in trouble you always be rewarded so that's a plus!

 

 

it looks like a lot of these relationships are ldr 

what about couples that live together, does it get harder to keep the relationship like it is?

n/a

 

 

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Speaking as a 'DD', I get two particularly strong emotions from this dynamic, one significantly more often than the other.

 

The majority of the time, I find that DDing someone allows me to engage with my very intense domineering-possessive side in a 'positive' way, by recasting the possessiveness as the kind of all-around care that it is essential for an "adult" to have over a "young child" - who can't look after themselves, so need continuous guidance and direction. This is an often welcome release from the simplistic (and "oh check how evil I am") dom dynamic in a dom/sub relationship - sure, I do sometimes revel in the power to torment someone (for their pleasure! Thank god for masochists...) but other times I feel my soul desires me to be powerful in an ultimately benevolent (but still controlling) way and being DD does that - every "obsessive" act of control over a lg (food, every part of clothing, brushing their hair...) becomes an act of care and benevolent attention to someone who doesn't have the capacity to look after themselves (IRL: of course they do, but they surrender that as part of the pleasure they gain from these relationships). It's selfless, and uplifting to know that every lg smile is ultimately my creation, as their entire experience of now is dictated by me.

 

The lesser, but still enjoyable, emotion I recieve as a DD is the transgressive one of sexualising such an honest and intimate connection - which is when my DD side and more conventional 'dom' side are in alignment.

 

Wow, amazingly well said! Thank you for sharing your experience. I often wonder what Daddy gets out of our DDlg dynamic, which he clearly enjoys and cherishes. I'm going to ask him if he relates to this. 

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Wow, amazingly well said! Thank you for sharing your experience. I often wonder what Daddy gets out of our DDlg dynamic, which he clearly enjoys and cherishes. I'm going to ask him if he relates to this. 

 

You are very kind to say so, I would be very interested to know if my understanding of my emotions is shared by others.

 

 

I know my daddy feels exactly the same way ♡

 

This pleases me, and is exactly the reason I came on to this group, to get a reading on if what I felt could be related to anyone else, thank you.

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