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So I have been a little for a while now. My boyfriend at one point in time was my daddy but we got into a big fight and he just stopped being daddy, said he didn't want to do it anymore because I wasn't following rules or listening. This was a couple years ago. We've talked about it here and there since but only I've ever brought it up. I'm constantly in little space and it just hurts because I want my daddy back. And I know he knows when I am in little space because he tells me I'm acting like a child. I just don't know what to do. I want daddy back.

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You can't force someone to take on a specific role just because you want them to do so. If he has said he doesn't want to be a caregiver then you need to respect his feelings. If he isn't bringing it up then it certainly suggests that he is not interested in that role. You can and probably should have an adult to adult conversation but be prepared that he may never take on the role you want him to take on.
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Try offering to 'following rules' and give him time to think. If he agrees, be prepared to follow rules. 

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  • 4 weeks later...

Change your behavior in your current relationship. Be respectful, considerate and empathetic. Don't push ever boundary he sets.

 

That may be fun in little space but if it wasn't talked about and agreed upon, you shouldn't have done it.

 

If you are a little then you probably have a vunerable and needy side but you also have an adult side and that's what your boyfriend is asking for right now in the present. So simple put respect that.

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Well if you're being naughty and not listening I can understand why he would feel frustrated. It's the same thing when you trash talk excessively when playing a game.

 

You'll need to figure something out. Or find a daddy that can tolerate a misbehaving little.

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