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About 2-3 years ago I discovered little space. My ex made it really easy for me to get into. Always treated me correctly and knew exactly what to do. We were together for almost a year when I found out he was cheating. It absolutely destroyed little space for me. The boyfriend I’m with now knows about the little space. We’ve been together for over a year and he’s tried to get me into the head space. But very rarely does it actually happen. I’ve tried music, baths, coloring, bottles, pacis, everything. But nothing seems to be working. Every time I think about being in little space, there’s a heaviness on my heart and it just stresses me out. Does anyone have any advice as on what me or my boyfriend can do. And I do call him daddy and he does call me princess, little one, bunny, etc.
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That's honestly going to be a hard one since you're likely associating those experiences with your ex and gives a sour feeling when these things come. As something you could consider trying, maybe look into other power exchange relationships. Petplay, for instance. Or TPE (total power exchange) with a gentler focus. Heck, just treating it like a traditional relationship where you're his housewife (whether you're genuinely home to or not) gives you a chance to think about it as "playing house" in a more cute and playful way. And this might bring you back to DDlg or it might make you find something else you both like.

If you're completely set on sticking to DDlg, you might have to address the demons of your past and reconcile them. Recognize that what you liked in DDlg with him has nothing to do with what happened and separate them in your mind. The same way someone might avoid a restaurant because they went there with their ex often, it sounds like you're doing the same with him and DDlg. And being able to get past that will be overall a healthy change for you either way.

It won't be easy and it's undoubtedly a frustrating thing, but you've got several options and it sounds like your current boyfriend is very understanding and considerate for you. He should be a great source of support!

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