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You gotta talk to him and tell him it's something you want in the relationship still. He has probably just forgotten due to all the stuff life throws at you.

Just communicate. You didn't do anything wrong at all. Just gotta get back on the same page again

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You gotta talk to him and tell him it's something you want in the relationship still. He has probably just forgotten due to all the stuff life throws at you.

 

I've tried talking to him a few times but he says that littlespace should be a me thing. While I dont exactly disagree, it's much harder on my own, and I felt we really connected when doing it together

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One thing to know is that this is not something that you should blame yourself for! Interest change and people don’t always enjoy things like they used to! It sounds to me based on your comment earlier that he could possibly facing a burnout, Dom drop, or loss of interest! Some people like to take a break from things for a bit before getting back into a routine! It is hard to pin point but asking him why he has shown a sudden lack of interest as well as vocalizing what you miss would be a good step in the right direction!

 

If he does say that he no longer wants be involved in some of what you listed maybe mention getting a caregiver? I don’t know what kind of relationship you have and I would not mention this if it will only lead to a fight. But sometimes it helps to have someone who is willing to give those small aspects you are missing! I know a few littles who are married and have a caregiver! And even a few caregivers who find littles to care for while also being in a relationship! If he agrees keep him updated and set some rules! Let him know this is something that won’t be hidden! It can even be something temporary until he is ready!

 

But the key to this is to not hide any thoughts and worries! Being open about your feelings in the situation and wanting answers will help to find the best path for both of you! I wish you luck and that things work out for the best!

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For some people DD/lg and BDSM are just a phase. Perhaps he grew out of it. Maybe he's going through things that makes him lose interest. Possibly burned out. You'll have to get him to just really talk about it and find out what's going on so you can decide what you're going to do from there.

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Hiii, So sorry you are questioning yourself, please do not do that though, coming from a Daddy/Dom perspective that has been in the lifestyle for a very long time it certainly has to do with him and his state of mind. All of the responses above are right on, most importantly communicate with him and be sure to just ask him first if he is ok and go from there as the conversation will naturally flow from that point. Just let him know you are concerned as he does not seem to be interested in the dynamic any longer. 

He could certainly be going through something personally which his causing him to not be able to get into the right Daddy headspace, I will say over the years there were times for me where I could not for a while. Being a Daddy can be extremely emotionally draining at times, I don't mean this as a complaint or as a bad thing at all. Being a Daddy and completely focusing on taking care of our little, watching out for her well being, safety, and security even for the best Daddy can be hard if we also do not take time for ourselves. He could just be going through a small moment in time and hope that is the case for both of you. 

Talk to him and let him know you are worried about him and the relationship as this dynamic is very important for you. I wish you the best and be open with your concerns and feelings!

Tyler

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