Sunday, May 28, 2017

Spanko Brunch 2.0 #178

Welcome one and all to our regular weekend spanko brunch, where the topic of conversation is...you guessed it, spanking!

Into each life some rain must fall, and not every day is filled with sunshine. There are the catastrophic events that rock the world and affect us all, like the tragic event in Manchester early this week. There are also the personal troubles and trials that each of us must endure: the illness or passing of a loved one, the end of a relationship, a beloved child leaving home, job loss—you get the idea.

How do troubling or sad events affect your spanking life? Is spanking put on hold, or is it stepped up? Does the desire for spanking increase or decrease at times like this? What effect, if any,  does spanking have? Does it help or hinder?

Leave your reply as a comment and I will publish a summary of our discussion once everyone has had a chance to speak.
From Hermione's Heart

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

It puts spanking on the back burner, personal more so than wordly events. If I get too carried away especially with world events, rant and rave, normally she will just get the hairbrush, I normally stop, a rare occasions I have felt the sting of the hairbrush.

Roz said...

We have found that spanking tends to fall by the wayside at times like this. All focus is on the issue and any energy or inclination for spanking fades.

Fondles said...

Same here. Spanking is forgotten when there is a lot of stuff going on. Personal more than world events, that is.

ronnie said...

Same for us. Spanking is put on the back burner when we have a lot of personal things going on.

Love,
Ronnie
xx

kdpierre said...

I think it's only natural and human to have things affect other things. And sometimes if the issue is a feeling that "life is beating you up" there's a greater need for warmth rather than punishment.