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Not sure I want my Daddy anymore


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I've been with my Daddy for over a year now (LTR) and in that time he has only been my daddy for half that time. I'm beginning to feel like I'm not sure I want a daddy anymore, it's not that I don't want to be a little, it's just I feel like I'm often chasing my tail with trying to please him, like tonight for example, I showed him a few bits of underwear that I bought, they haven't arrived yet so I couldn't model them for him, and then he just goes and likes a couple of sexy girls cosplay pages on Facebook, I just feel that he would rather look at everyone else rather than me and I'm getting bored with it. It's always about looks with him and I'm exhausted.
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Guest NewYorkDaddy

Does he do anything for you?What has changed about your relationship?

Do you do anything non-sexual for him?

 

If he's preoccupied with online pornography, that is a problem. I want to learn more.

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Guest DragonDaddy

I'm sorry to hear that.

 

If you feel like your daddy is no longer the caregiver you need then it may be time you explained his shortcomings and see how he responds.

 

Communication is vital and if he cares about you the way he should, then he will change his attitude and rebuild bridges.

 

I hope this works out for you and good luck.

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Guest Daddy for Little
The bond between a Daddy and his little is stronger than any other and they only are interested in each other and no one else, it sounds to me that the bond isn't there between the two of you I'm afraid, I think you may need to have a clear the air and honest conversation with each other x
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"No matter how smooth that you speak with your words, your actions will always define you." W. Chapman

His action is not of a daddy but that of a disinterested boyfriend.

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I'm not trying to stir the pot or anything but here is what I think of the situation... Liking someone's pictures or Facebook pages doesn't constitute as disinterest. It could simply mean "Hey I like what this person is doing and I want to follow them.". If he starts making lewd comments on the pictures or becomes infatuated with the pictures then I would start wondering about disinterest. Communication though is certainly key. You need to tell him "Hey I would like to spend more time with you." or "I feel like you're focusing too much on my body. How can we spend time together that doesn't involve me showing off my body?". Constructively include him and make plans for other activities. Rekindle and re-evaluate but don't necessarily end it unless you are completely unhappy with your situation. Also ask how he feels about the situation that the two of you are in. Both of you have wants, needs and feelings. Maybe you think that he desires for you to be in "sexy" clothing but he really just wants you to be comfortable. Ultimately though it is your decision on what to do. But please remember that your partner is human and that relationships are a partnership. They take work from both individuals. I wish you lots of luck!

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Try to think outside of the box on this one. This wouldn't necessarily constitute as a DD/lg problem in your relationship. Try taking a look at your relationship as a whole. And remember, being a mature adult would always come first. Talk with him, express your concerns... Always remember that a lot of failed relationships tend to be from lack of communication. Don't be afraid to discuss things with your partner. If you don't feel safe enough to express your thoughts and opinions, then maybe the relationship has finally reached it's cliffhanger. 

 

If talking things out doesn't really work- or he doesn't want to listen (vice versa), then perhaps the relationship is over.. so to speak. 

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I don't feel like talking is even required in this situation. I'm new to this entire concept, however, from what I've read and the interactions I've seen between some of the users on this forum who are in committed DD/LG relationships, bodies have little to do with any of it. I feel like he's making you feel inferior to other women by chasing tail on Facebook and ignoring the cute things you're doing for him. You should never feel less than, especially in this kind of dynamic.

 

Cut your losses, chick. You deserve more than something so halfassed. You seem like you're a really sweet girl just wanting the attention, love, and support of a Daddy and he seems to be more preoccupied with other women. Move on. Good luck xx

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