Submissive Guide Logo

Content related to "2 Weeks to Better Submissive Positions - Day 11: Apologizing with Submissive Positions"

Show:                 

Showing 1 to 10 of 1000

2 Weeks to Better Submissive Positions - Day 11: Apologizing with Submissive Positions

Today's task is to learn an appropriate pose to take when apologizing for wrong-doing.

Read The Article | Find Similar

The Art of Apology

This series strives to help you strengthen your ability to recognize when apologies are necessary and how to conduct yourself when receiving or giving an apology.

Read The Series | Find Similar

The Art of Apology: How to Apologize

Once you know that you owe someone an apology, you’ve got to know how to apologize.

Read The Article | Find Similar
EBook

A Submissive Positions Handbook

If you’ve ever felt overwhelmed by the elaborate descriptions of Gorean positions but don’t think that they are fit for your relationship- you’re not alone.

A Submissive Positions Handbook is a downloadable e-book designed to help you learn and customize simple, basic positions by breaking them into easy to understand steps that will revitalize the protocol in your relationship.

Get The Book | Find Similar

The Art of Apology: Receiving an Apology

Saying the wrong thing after someone has apologized to you can make the person apologize feel like you’re dismissing their attempt to make things right between the pair of you.

Read The Article | Find Similar

The Art of Apology: Receiving an apology when you don’t think one is necessary

Maybe you know a frequent apologizer, or maybe you’ve been surprised, but at some point in your life, you’ve probably had someone tell you, “Hey, I’m sorry!” and your immediate response was, “What on earth are you apologizing for?”

Read The Article | Find Similar

Lessons in Submissive Speech 4: How to Apologize

The proper apology is an art, it really is. Take it upon yourself to correct your Dominant’s displeasure with an apology.

Read The Article | Find Similar

Submissive Positions

Submissive Positions are talked about all over like everyone is supposed to be doing them or something. Not every relationship is set up to provide that level of protocol and you should never expect a relationship to automatically have that. If you are interested in positions, ask your partner or prospective partner if they’d be interested before you go learning any. They may have preferences to how you should look and act. Following them is by far more important than learning about positions online (unless that is their direction).

Read The Series | Find Similar

The Art of Apology: Don't Over Apologize

We tend to use sorry for a lot of different situations, but we’ve gone well past the point where our use of the word actually matches the meaning.

Read The Article | Find Similar

The Art of Apology: Knowing When to Apologize

How do you know when you owe someone an apology? Continuing kallista's series on apologizing with knowing when an apology is necessary.

Read The Article | Find Similar