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Hey there fellow littles (and daddies).  <3

 

Apologies if this subject has been discussed before; I tried to see if it has but couldn't find much info about it (only how to get in little space, not out), however I might've overlooked something so if that's the case, I'm sorry. 

 

Now, my question is pretty much as the title says. How do you get out of little space? This may be a strange thing to ask, as little space is often encouraged within the DDlg lifestyle. But due to my current circumstances, it's really important to me (and my DD) to be able to switch it on and off. Especially the latter, since on isn't much of a problem.

 

A short summary of what's going on... I live together with several roommates, of which one is constantly bugging me (mainly messaging me in the middle of the night in attempt to get sexual favors, but sometimes even trying to get into my room after I come home from a night of drinking with friends). I've been very clear to him, but he doesn't seem to give up. :c

I can't put up well with his behaviour as I am much more vulnerable in little mindset, and seeing how often he bugs me, it has become a common thing to spend the last 30 minutes before I fall asleep crying. (I'm sure most of you can relate, in little space, things are much more scary and intimidating than in big space.) If only I could find a way to put on my adult shoes, it would become more bearable.

 

Btw, my DD and I are in a LDR, so while he is extremely supportive and comforting, there's not much he can do about the situation.

 

Soooo, how do you switch between little and big mode? Perhaps by a certain activity? Maybe by thinking about certain (big) stuff?

 

Thankies, your answers are much appreciated.  ^_^

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Thats a tough one.

 

Try thinking about things like your job, bills that are due, grown up stuff..

 

I'd consider finding new roommates, especially if one is sexually harassing you.

 

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I'd get the hell out of that house. but when i leave the house to go do adult things i simply put my mind to it while i put my shoes on and walk out the door,  

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Well, #1, move out

 

#2, only be in little space when you're sure that there won't be any problems

 

#3, pick some sort of action or activity with the end of little space

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Hey there fellow littles (and daddies).  <3

 

Apologies if this subject has been discussed before; I tried to see if it has but couldn't find much info about it (only how to get in little space, not out), however I might've overlooked something so if that's the case, I'm sorry. 

 

Now, my question is pretty much as the title says. How do you get out of little space? This may be a strange thing to ask, as little space is often encouraged within the DDlg lifestyle. But due to my current circumstances, it's really important to me (and my DD) to be able to switch it on and off. Especially the latter, since on isn't much of a problem.

 

A short summary of what's going on... I live together with several roommates, of which one is constantly bugging me (mainly messaging me in the middle of the night in attempt to get sexual favors, but sometimes even trying to get into my room after I come home from a night of drinking with friends). I've been very clear to him, but he doesn't seem to give up. :c

I can't put up well with his behaviour as I am much more vulnerable in little mindset, and seeing how often he bugs me, it has become a common thing to spend the last 30 minutes before I fall asleep crying. (I'm sure most of you can relate, in little space, things are much more scary and intimidating than in big space.) If only I could find a way to put on my adult shoes, it would become more bearable.

 

Btw, my DD and I are in a LDR, so while he is extremely supportive and comforting, there's not much he can do about the situation.

 

Soooo, how do you switch between little and big mode? Perhaps by a certain activity? Maybe by thinking about certain (big) stuff?

 

Thankies, your answers are much appreciated.  ^_^

move.  i dont know what your current situation is but what your room mate is borderline criminal. when you are home you should feel safe (regardless of whether your daddy is home or far away), there is no cause for such a breach of trust from your room mate.  you shouldnt have to "turn off" for fear of something bad happening to you.  Oh please, please at least sit down with all your roommates and set clear boundaries of acceptable behavior.  I say doing it will all your roommates at once because 1) it soundslike confronting this person alone is a bad idea 2) everyone will have a clear understanding of rules and boundaries.  Gosh i really hope this works out for you, im actually chilled by your perdicament!! best of luck and stay safe, Im rooting for you!!!

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