Chasing Me Chasing You

An uncollared submissive struggling through depression, motherhood, and the constant craving of her next orgasm.

For Everyone

“You just get so grumpy and bratty. I don’t know how to deal with a sick submissive. I want to make you feel better so I can punish you for how disobedient you are when you are ill.” – Sir

I am not going to argue with this statement, as it is probably correct. I am not a pleasant person when I don’t feel well.
However, it has led me to a curious question for all of you:
How does your Dom/Master/Sir deal with you when you are sick? Same question for those Doms out there in how they deal with their sicky subs. Do you avoid each other, do things continue as normal? Maybe you aren’t peed on for a few days, or are you really pampered with soup in bed?
 
Please feel free to answer in the comments or repost the question to your own blog, if you have one. I will be interested to see how disease effects all the dynamics out there. Thanks for playing!

2 Responses to “For Everyone”

  • tori

    Im an insulin dependent diabetic so its something that can and does effect me, especially if blood sugar levels are too high or low, and does have an impact at times when we ‘play’.

    Plus i have a weak immune system due to other health issues, i tend to pick up anything thats going.

    I have to say, my Master is brilliant when im ill, he makes allowances to a certain extent, but he wont tolerate bratty behaviour, which isnt an issue because thats just not me lol,

    He sees it as his responsibilty as my Master to take care of me, after all its in his best interests to want me well, so yeah to give him credit where its due, i get well looked after.

    Things are still normal, as in it doesnt change who we are, and how our dynamic works but he isnt going to beat me about etc when im clearly not up to it.

    x

  • ancilla_ksst

    When I’m sick he won’t play with me, or punish me. He will let me go to bed and sleep a lot, or lie around and not do much, but I’m still responsible for basic chores like cooking, dishes and animal care if I’m at all able (and I usually am, though there have been times when I just couldn’t get up and I asked the older kid to make some hamburgers for dinner). He won’t call me from my bed to make his tea or do other little things that I normally do. And he doesn’t care if the house gets a bit messier. I tend to be whiny rather than bratty when I’m sick, and he puts up with me being that way.

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