Chasing Me Chasing You

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

Two sides to every story

Every story of a fight that is. Each person has their version of events; their own hurts and grievances. There is probably a justified wrong party, at least at the beginning. But eventually, after enough yelling and mudslinging, everyone is at fault. It’s just a mess of confusion and just about everything you say is misinterpreted.

That is not to say that fights don’t sometimes lead to positive results. Sometimes yelling your feelings out is the best way to clarify them. And all the misunderstandings usually come out as each person tries to make their case.

I’ve found this to be difficult as a sub/slave. Sir and I have arguments about non-kinky things like the kids or housing decisions. So I have to find a way to stay respectful, but still fight for what I want regarding those topics. He respects that, slave or not, I still have to live in whatever house he chooses and right now I spend more time with the kids. There are still several aspects of our lives that (at least for now) I need a say in. But that doesn’t mean that I can yell or be bratty. Not something that I have perfected yet.

I also have to keep Sir’s whims in mind. If we get into a heated debate about something, he can quickly decide that a comment or gesture is taken too far. And backtracking, even if I stand by my opinion, is always recommended. It’s a hard line to follow. I’m sure, over time, we’ll find a better way to deal with these situations. Of course, I guess he could just tell me what we are going to do and not give me any sort of say. With the kids so young though, I don’t know that he wants all that on his shoulders just yet.

Besides, I think part of him still likes it when we argue for awhile. There is no cure for sexual tension quite like make up sex.

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3 Responses to “Two sides to every story”

  • Marie Rebelle

    It’s very true, there’s always two sides to a story. My husband and I have never been in heated arguments or had fights before. We always discuss things before decisions are made, except for the kinky side of our lives. Then he decides.

    Rebel xox

  • sub-Bee

    I’m struggling with this at the moment. He controls all aspects of our play and our kinky sides but in moving towards a 24/7 relationship I struggle to know where the line is. I need to ask him to do things around the house and I need to be able to do so without any consequences…it’s a fine line.

    • Rye

      I agree. With the kids there has to be some give and take, but it’s hard to know what is allowed and what is unacceptable. We are still ironing out those issues. I’m sure they will bring about some more ‘conversations’ before we get everything sorted. Good luck as you walk the fine line too. xoxo


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