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Mastering the Art of Dominance: 113 BDSM Troubleshooting Tips that Turn an Amateur into Expert Dom Paperback – May 24 2017
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Are you a frustrated Dom? Have you tried to be the best Dom possible but can’t seem to find any subs? Do your sessions end prematurely? Are you not quite sure what you’re doing wrong or how to start setting up programs for a sub that wants emotional healing?
You’ve come to the right place! Continuing our line of BDSM education books, we’ve compiled a list of tips that we call “Troubleshooting Tips”, especially made for Doms who are stuck in a circle of inactivity.
Your subs may complain that you’re too aggressive or too nice, or maybe that you just don’t understand. The problem is not necessarily with you or your attitude. Usually it’s because you haven’t been formally trained on how to DIRECT a sub towards a progressive plan of action. It is your job to train a sub, explain the punishments and rewards, and transform her thinking.
No Dom has ever started off a complete natural. Everyone needs training and additional tips for turning their intermediate knowledge into professional / expert level understanding.
In "Mastering The Art of Dominance," you will learn:
- How to attract subs (even if you’ve been unsuccessful in the past)
- How to avoid mentally disturbed subs before it’s too late
- How to turn your friend-with-benefits into a sub
- How to identify troubled subs who can be helped and how to help them
- How to manage multiple subs and multiple partners with fellow Doms
- How to deal with jealousy and rivalries with multiple subs
- And much more...
By the time you finish this book, you’re going to be ready to be a top of your class Dom!
- Publisher : CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform (May 24 2017)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 137 pages
- ISBN-10 : 1546905731
- ISBN-13 : 978-1546905738
- Item weight : 145 g
- Dimensions : 12.7 x 0.79 x 20.32 cm
- Best Sellers Rank: #162,386 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #46 in Alternative Sex Instruction
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My biggest complaint is there is nothing in the Dom books that talk about aftercare. The Sub books have a few mentions about why it is important and danger signs, but that is in the sub book. Nothing is mentioned in the Dom books, other than the word itself. It doesn't talk about what it is or why it is important. As a sub would not likely be in a position to care for themself after a scene. What should a Dom do when subspace is reached, how should care be negotiated, what are the aftercare danger signs to look for, none of this is talked about or even mentioned in the Dom books. I became very disappointed in the Dom books and realized this is why my husband hasn't practiced aftercare as I would have expected.
So in short, good info, but lacking in the specifics this series should have covered. All three books per "style" really just cover the same stuff. If you read book one then you have read all three. Even the fourth Dom book is just a review of book one.
While I didn't expect this to be an all inclusive text I expect to have all the basics covered at least a little.
This book is about the basics. And I mean, basics. Proper etiquette at a bdsm event, common amatuer dom mistakes and pitfalls, how to bring up the subject of being your sub to your friends and partner (very strange choice of a chapter).
And to pour salt on the wound, it was not very well written. I caught several grammar mistakes and the flow of the wording sometimes didn't even make sense.
For true beginners: a definite maybe.
For more advanced techniques: not even close.