June 14, 2020

Humbled Females: new forum reply to How to maintain dominance and submissiveness under duress


New reply from Kahuna

<p>@OP,</p>
<div class="wps_wp_editor_quote">… I've been more surprised, and probably best described as disappointed, by the volume of males contributing to social media disinformation and hysterics around the events of our time.</div>
<p>An accurate observation. Some of the Men I know are over-reacting, showing fear and pessimism, and generally allowing their emotions rather than their logic dictate behavior. But honestly, am not surprised by this. As discussed in several other threads, the women's movement has brought about a feminization of so many Men. While I believe that it is the true nature of most men to be leaders of their female counterparts, imo, seems as though those of us that are actually fit to be Dominant leaders, sadly,  represent a rather small minority of the male population, in modern times.</p>
<div class="wps_wp_editor_quote">Are there challenges in preserving dominance and "level headed-ness" for the Men in times of crisis? </div>
<p>Not so much for me. Admit having a great deal of stress over my near future financial outlook for the next 1-2 years, but am quite accustomed  to handling large amounts of stress throughout my life. Am not a risk-averse person, and have intentionally put myself in many situations which caused periods of uncertainty, in order to be in a position to reap possible rewards. Many of those risks were so worthwhile, but certainly not all. This is not the first time I have had to weather personal financial crises brought on by conditions outside of my control, nor do I expect it will be the last. Sometimes there is no solution, other then standing there while getting kicked in nuts. So, you must be informed and creative enough to strategize and plan accordingly, keep your eye on the light at the end of the long tunnel and remain absolutely confident that you have a plan as to exactly how you will get up after each knockdown. It never even occurs to me I can be knocked out, until death or some sort of personal incapacity takes me entirely out of the game. I expect my current economic slide to continue for 1 to 2 more years, but it's kind of fun planning my comeback. My attitude remains strong, hopeful and generally very positive. Have so many exciting opportunities awaiting, as the world stage turns and we begin to seek the new normal. Despite having to shoulder the extra weight, am a pretty happy and contented individual. Life is good. Still GREAT to be alive! :)</p>
<div class="wps_wp_editor_quote">If You have females, how have You guided and controlled them through the last few months?</div>
<p>Don't currently own any girls, but since the passing of my fiancé a few years ago, am always vetting two or three. Just added another last month, and so am working with three girls again, at least for the time being. All three are facing emotional challenges. The assistance they require is not about solutions, but rather about me being positive, supportive, and spending extra time listening, asking probing questions, and understanding how they feel. Also, recommended to each girl they take some time to find some on-line writings of Thich Nhat Hanh, and focus in on his wisdom regarding "suffering and happiness". Not essential for them to read or study all his literature, but rather just grasp the concepts. Thought it important that they gain some clarity and insight on living through hardships, from the wisdom of this Zen Master. Would handle things similarly if I owned them. </p>
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Original Post by nel

How to maintain dominance and submissiveness under duress

<p>The last three months have brought about a great about of stress that seems to strain some people's very foundations.  For myself, I've had to interface with others in ways that I normally do not in order to maintain relationships and remain relevant in other spheres that have been greatly disrupted by national and world events. </p>
<p>While it's not a surprise by any means to witness females running amok on social media, unsupervised, opining and fanning the flames of hysteria on all parts of the political and cultural spectrum, I find the volumes and severity of it overwhelming, along with the potential collective damage it does.   In addition, I've been more surprised, and probably best described as disappointed, by the volume of males contributing to social media disinformation and hysterics around the events of our time.  Granted these are not men who claim overt dominance by any means, but the inherent characteristics I see in Men like my Master are not floating to the top in the larger populace for certain.</p>
<p>For myself, these observations and my exposure to such things have added another layer of spiritual challenge on top of everything else.   I find myself very reclusive in the more meaningful parts of my life and quite plastic on the surface to keep up appearances where needed.   I'm curious how others have been navigating the current world, both in the physical and virtual realms. </p>
<p>Are there challenges in preserving dominance and "level headed-ness" for the Men in times of crisis?     How do You manage and react to that?  If You have females, how have You guided and controlled them through the last few months?  For females, how have you conducted yourself, for better or for worse, over the last few months of turmoil?  Has the intensity of events affected your submissiveness or focus?  If you belong to a Man, have you been guided or supervised differently recently?</p>

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