Sunday, August 7, 2016

Spanko Brunch 2.0 #137

Welcome to our first spanko brunch for August. Today's topic was inspired by a comment made by Amy at last week's brunch. Her question is one that many of us have struggled with from time to time, and she would like some suggestions from you on how to handle it.

How do you cope when your partner is away for extended periods? What substitutes for spanking do you use? How do you keep up domestic discipline, if that is part of your lifestyle?

Leave your reply as a comment and I will publish your suggestions once everyone has had a chance to contribute.
From Hermione's Heart

4 comments:

Downunder Don said...

After Mumski's hip replacement her surgeon was very clear..no play for at least 3 months. His advice; grin and bare it because it will be twice as good afterwards. That thought kept us going for 4 months until we got clearance to play up (but I am sure he did not know what he was clearing her to do). And guess what? it was twice as good as the pain was all in the correct place.

The wait is worth it.

Anonymous said...

The longest we were apart was a week as she had gone to visit her mother in another state and I couldn't get off work to go with her. We were lucky as she had a phone in her bedroom and we talked every night. After discussing our day the conversation always went to spanking. She would tell me how she was going spank me and with what and I would tell her how much I'd love accepting the spanking. It left us both horny but something good to think about when going to sleep.
archedone

Roz said...

During times apart when we had a domestic discipline dynamic we had set times I had to check in via call or txt. As for spanking substitutes, there were a couple of occasions I was directed to do corner time, this was often accompanied with a phone lecture.

Hugs
Roz

Eric51 Amy49 said...

Oh Hermione! How sweet of you, as well as everyone who posted a bit of advice. My suggestion - be ever so affectionate with the one you love while you can. No matter what is going on in your lives, cherish the time you can share. Amy