Those who restrain their desires do so because theirs is weak enough to be restrained.
Another one about a situation of a male wanting a WLM and the wife not "playing ball". One where he has tried for over four years of their marriage to get her to take control. And now finally, he has the realisation that it just isn't going to happen.
In many ways, the frustration but also the sadness of the writer is clear to see from the words that fill the screen.
It seems that so many are within the relationship that they "settled" for, one which they hoped they would be able to manipulate and change to have their submissive needs met. Except, they forgot to remember that really, while some may be dominant, they do not have the need or the desire to dominate.
One of the comments on this guys blog from a "dominant female" saying how this blog proves what she says all over online as being right. I mean, the poor guy is struggling with the reality of what may not be for him, and here she is "gloating".
Who gives a shit what she has written anywhere?
Who is she that needs to be proved right or wrong anyway?
And why choose to do it on a place where this blogger is coming to a pretty harsh and stark reality that his wife will not dominate, and that he will not be able to have the WLM that he so longs for and craves.
Bring your head out of your own ass!
It isn't something proving "you" right. It is a situation that is seen time and time again. It's not rocket science is it. So, you've said something out there in oblivion and this is another one to prove your "theory".
It is a reality for many.
So get over yourself love!
Aside from this most pathetic comment that really I don't know why she bothered to rub the poor guys nose in it . . .someone else had commented about accepting not being able to have what we want and that we should just put up with it.
There will always be compromises in whatever type of relationship or dynamic it is. Whether it be "vanilla" through to D/s or FLR. Compromise is something that we all have to do, whether we be dominant, submissive or on anywhere on the scale inbetween. Life isn't perfect. We aren't going to find a relationship which gives us 100% of what we want or need.
A situation of deciding whether his desires can be restrained. I wonder if they are weak enough.
I know that my desires for the things that I hope for, need are incredibly strong, and as such, would still prefer to not even begin to walk down a path that could ultimately not give that.
My own desires cannot be restrained. My own desires are not weak enough to be restrained. And as far as I am concerned, I have no desire to restrain them anyway.