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is a "teen" a middle? Curious about this dynamic with ddlg


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Guest starrflower

I see a lot of posts about little space being in very young ages.   I experience being a teen some of the time and would like to know how many others do too.   I fluctuate between ages alot.  

 

How do daddies relate to their "teen" little?  I am so curious about this because I know the dynamic is going to be very different.   My teen self is very rebellious and would have no problem talking back to a daddy.  I would challenge his authority to put it mildly.  There is a part of me that wants to experience being disciplined by a daddy during these times, but I am afraid that if this side of me came out a man would run the other direction.  And I wouldn't blame him   O.o

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Agree with NottsDaddy, brats can be found in any age.

 

Middles are the older child/teen age. There are quite a few daddies who prefer a middle. What kind of things does your teen/middle like to do?

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I would call someone who was into "teen" things while in little space a "middle," but unless you need labels and terms to convey something...like if you are explaining the dynamic to someone, posting a personal ad, or trying to get your head around something, I wouldn't get too hung up on labels. 

 

If you identify with that age, and are into "teen" things, you might see some variation in what you are into and interested in anyway. Look back to when you were a teen. Sometimes teens are into things that are very much "teen": the latest rock stars, YA literature, age specific clothing trends, etc. Other times teens act like young adults. Still other times, teens revert back and start acting much younger. 

 

I went to college when I was 19...most of my dorm mates and classmates were 17-19. It was not uncommon to meet a girl who dressed in goth and grunge styles and listened to the related music...very much teen/young adult trends...could discuss math, science, and literature with her 50 year old professor with a doctorate degree like an adult...but had a teddy bear and cuddly pjs in her dorm room....a very "mixed" time.

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Thank you all for your posts!  And the link to the other topic is really helpful.  I am discovering then that I am a really big brat  :D   I have been focusing so much on my younger ages that it wasn't occurring to me at all.  The men I have had relationships with in the past were always shocked by my teen self.  But they were not daddies.   So I would frantically try to push this side down in an effort to not scare anyone off.   but I know I can't ignore this side of me anymore.  How would a daddy handle this kind of a brat?  Because this wouldn't be easy at all.  I have no experience with this in my own life.  Even when I was a teenager.   

 

 It seems that what I like as a teen are what a lot of adults are into anyway.  At least what is becoming acceptable in today's society.  Except that there are times when I want to buy a cool pair of shoes or clothing that may not look right on me being my biological age.     

 

I went to college when I was 19...most of my dorm mates and classmates were 17-19. It was not uncommon to meet a girl who dressed in goth and grunge styles and listened to the related music...very much teen/young adult trends...could discuss math, science, and literature with her 50 year old professor with a doctorate degree like an adult...but had a teddy bear and cuddly pjs in her dorm room....a very "mixed" time.

This is a great description!   

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