Why You Should Hire A Pro Dom In this video I go over the top reasons why you should hire a Pro Dom, also otherwise known as a Professional Dominant (my being the counterpart to the commonly known, Dominatrix, that is the female version). With the advent of medias and books like the Fifty Shades series, more people have become more curious and wanting more knowledge on how you could explore the depth and edges of your sexuality, and how to explore your personal kinks and fetishes. What are your thoughts? Share them in the comment section below Managing Expectations The Key To Happy Relationships Do your best to always convey and manage expectations so anyone understands what you say, you'll do, and what you say you are, you are - the inevitable result being your seeming as you appear and your demonstrating as they'd expect. Managing expectations is the key to harmonious and happy relationships - be it friendships, more significant friendships, exclusive relationships, or professional relationships. When you manage your expectations of yourself, you cant be disappointed with yourself. When you manage your expectations of others, you can't be disappointed in them. When you manage others' expectations of you, they can't be disappointed of you. - - To learn how to manage your relationships better, you should read this book. One More Reason To Open Your Relationship It's essential you open your relationships so both you and your partner always have freedom to choose (ensured by always having choice in the first place) and demonstrating proof-of-each-other's-longing through each other's choosing to remain with one another despite each other's vast options (a mutual belonging). Belonging is a misnomer. My Breitling Navigator wristwatch cannot feel longing or any other emotion. It doesn't care whose wrist it sits on, but *I* certainly care - hence, the watch *cannot* belong to me... instead, *I* "belong to it" when I *feel* a *longing* for it. To be clear, *only* when a person feels the emotion of longing can they say they 'belong'. When you feel a longing for someone, you can say you belong to them. But, you can never say they belong to you until you're certain they feel a *longing* for you. Truly, only *they* can say that. When you both, simultaneously, feel a genuine longing for each other, and your recognizing you *belong* with one another, will you be in a terrific place in your relationship of *mutual belonging*. - - To learn more about misnomers, you should read this book. How To Have Happy Relationships Where You Live The Biggest Life You Can If you or your partner are into things where you don't share them, you must allow each other to freely find others you could share those things with - so you both live the biggest life you can. You must allow your beloved to live the biggest life they can. The fundamental illogical and insidious phenomena in a relationship is the fear that creeps up when allowing your partner to choose and their not choosing you resulting in your feeling rage from that. The question is, why would you *force* them to choose you? It's *essential* you open that relationship up so both you and your partner *always* have freedom to choose (ensured by always having choice in the first place) and demonstrating PROOF OF EACH OTHER'S LONGING (mutual belonging) through each others choosing to remain with one another despite each other's vast option. The *only* way you get to live a big life and honor and love and allow your beloved to live the biggest life they can is to accept them and happily give them freedom to choose and indulge in those things you're both into yet also have others whom you can indulge in the things where you don't share the same interests in. This is the axiom of unconditional love. - - To learn more about unconditional love, you should read this book. Compromise - Why It's A Happy Thing Mustn't you make compromises in relationships? Compromising is not a betrayal of your integrity, rather it's something you'd happily do for a common ideal, virtue, and value. There's a common misconception in relationships - mustn't one make "compromises"? The truth is, compromising is not a betrayal of your integrity, rather it's something you'd happily do. To forgo your values and virtues for the sake of reaching an ideal is not a compromise, but a betrayal. You must never forsake your integrity - for you will surely regret it. NEVER do anything you wouldn't do! If it's something that's within your ethical and moral code, it's within things you'll accept, that's great! If it's something you wouldn't do (commit murder, steal, cheat, whatever), don't do it! You'll regret it. I'll give you some for examples: bargaining a price with someone is a common agreement on the virtue of *trade*. If, on the other hand you attempted to acquire it for free - that would be stealing, not compromise. A burglar attempting to take a homeowners possession is not a compromise - since there isn't a compromising rather a coerced taking. On a more practical sense, lashing a bullwhip and leaving marks when you specifically pre-negotiated no leaving marks, isn't a compromise, but a betrayal, and mustn't be tolerated. On the other hand, to come to an agreement with your beloved upon a worthwhile ideal, is a compromise, yet of course is not a betrayal to your integrity, and in fact, something you'd happily do!