May 24, 2020

Humbled Females: new forum reply to When submission shifts


New reply from emorypaul

<p>@sks, @emergingessence</p>
<p>i mostly don’t comment because I don’t feel qualified.  True or not, that is how I feel, but I want both of you to know that I Have learned from your comments, and I appreciate them so much.</p>
<p>i too, understand the frustration in putting my thought to words, and then, sharing that virtually, rather than in person, where it can get misconstrued and such.  Also, finding the time to comment and reply can be a challenge, but I truly, truly, appreciate your (and everyone’s) participation.  <br />Learning to transition your life to an authentic, sincere M/s place can be very difficult because it is not today’s or “the” norm.  So devouring All of your words has been a blessing to me.  Please, keep commenting, and I’ll try to participate more, too. :)</p>

https://humbledfemales.net/answers-for-beginners/when-submission-shifts

Original Post by emergingessence

When submission shifts

<p>I don’t know if this makes sense or is even a thing. Hopefully it is.</p>
<p>I’m hoping to perhaps discuss or hear from those with experience or opinions about the shift from when submission moves from being intellectual to emotional. </p>
<p>A shift has been occurring for me for a little while and I didn’t know what it was. This morning it occurred to me that I no longer seem to view being subservient as intellectually as I used to… not as “outside” of myself. Now it seems to have become simply more of an internal feeling. Which in turn makes it so much more difficult to try to explain anything anymore. So often now I find myself responding to something and it just seems to fall so short of the depth of everything I feel. Words and intellect no longer seems to do it justice.</p>
<p>It’s difficult to understand if  this a “normal (common) process” or if I have potentially just become complacent.</p>

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