Because I trust him, he can tell me to strip, bend over the bed, and wait – and I comply immediately.
Because I trust him, he can tell me no, not yet, wait – to buy, do, have, say – and I listen.
Because I trust him, he ties me to the bed, attaches vibrators to my body, and forces as many orgasms as he wants – and I let him.
With trust, anything is possible in Dominance and submission.
We don’t have any big, huge, scary kinks, but when he wants to do something new, my trust in him says it’s safe, he’ll take care of me, this will be good.
I was raised to be an independent woman who depended on no man. I was raised to be in control of the finances, pay the bills, and earn my own money. My trust in him tells me I can earn less, and the bills will still get paid. And frankly, there is something about asking him for money that turns me on. (The babygirl is strong in me, y’all.)
He and I have discussed play partners, acting on our fantasies with multiple people, and even allowing someone to scene with us in the club. I trust him so much that he knows he can vet a person without me and as long as I get the right vibe when we meet, I will follow his lead.
This kind of trust doesn’t develop over night. Frankly, the longer we’re together, the more our trust in each other grows. The depth of our confidence in the other came from communication, observation, and time.
Not everyone can get to that level of trust, and that’s okay, too. Trusting that your partner won’t purposefully cause you harm, knows what they’re doing in the scene, and will respect your limits is a damn fine place to start.
Trusting your partner to love you unconditionally, take care of you in all things, and bring you to new heights of kinky pleasure you didn’t think possible – that is what I consider the pinnacle, the height to strive for. What comes after that? I have no idea, but damn if I’m not looking forward to finding out.
Welcome to Wicked Wednesday! This week’s prompt was TRUST. I have all kinds of trust issues. Poor John Brownstone worked like a dog to earn mine. But now he knows what I’m capable of when I trust someone completely – and he also knows what it would mean if my trust were to be broken. Trust is imperative in a D/s relationship – even a temporary scene. If you can’t trust your partner to keep you safe, they shouldn’t be your partner – especially in kinky fuckery.
Yes, I did have to work hard to earn your trust. It was worth every moment and every bit of effort I put into it and I would do it again in a heartbeat.
You’re an amazing man, John Brownstone.
Trust was the key to making this transition for us. I had to act on it. It was scary as hell!!
That was the scariest part. I remember giving myself a pep talk. I had to take the leap of faith knowing I could be wrong, but hoping I wasn’t.
I think some people make that leap way to quick…and some people wait way too long. But the people who do it are stronger than most people realize. 🙂 ((HUGS))
I read your post and I felt like I could have written it. So many things in this rings true for us too. I have never trusted anyone as deep and unconditionally as I do my Husband.
I never imagined this much trust was possible, and sometimes I have to pinch myself to make sure it’s still real. 🙂
Ahhhh yes, I could have penned something very similar. Trust is truly key to the success of our relationship
Without it, nothing else is possible.
As we’ve grown we’ve seen our trust grow in profound ways. It never stops and it is such a powerful feeling to have it put to the test and find you’re solid.
Exactly. Sometimes it feels like a dream, as if such a thing wasn’t really possible. Oh, but it is. 🙂
What a beautiful post. Trust is a paramount and when it’s strong like this, anything is possible. Jane xxx
🙂 Thank you!
Exactly. You can do anything with this kind of bond.
Trust is everything Kayla, It’s one of the keys to any successful relationship be it kinky or not.. 😉
I agree completely. I wish more vanilla couples would find someone they can trust this much. I know some do, but it doesn’t seem like it’s that many.
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