Processing Pain: Learn Positive Techniques for BDSM Play

Learn the secrets to better pain processing, how to learn new techniques and the things that can interfere with good pain processing. Reach subspace easier or surpass the pain edge with these tips! Excellent for Dominants and submissives! More

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About Luna Carruthers

My name is lunaKM and I’m a full-time slave in an M/s relationship.

I started blogging when I was exploring D/s online in 2003. I used it primarily as a way to get my thoughts together and hopefully to find people that understood what I was thinking at the time. I needed advice, mentors and helping hands.

Since then I have blogged in several different places, settling on I’ve developed opinions and thoughts on many topics within the the D/s dynamic and BDSM. I don’t consider myself to be an expert at anything at all but I do think that I’ve grown to enjoy sharing and writing about all the different themes that submission and service provide me.

As my blog grew in popularity I realized that I had a commodity that people could use. My insights and words. More than just the personal meandering thoughts I tend to gather on my blog, but more thoughtful help for submissives that are seeking advice, mentorship and someone who understands.


Processing Pain Part 1: Natural Methods
Everyone you meet has different methods for how they handle pain. Think about the last time your stubbed your toe. How did you respond to the pain? Did you jump up and down? Curse? Cry? Hold your breath? Walk it off? How you handle pain is a result of nature and nurture.

Processing Pain Part 2: Negative Methods
If you ask any sadist what they enjoy out of pain play, it's likely going to be watching the bottom respond to the pain. The more response, the higher the enjoyment for the top. Why is this important? Well, if the method of pain management doesn't allow you to respond well to the pain, then the play will be less fulfilling for at least one, if not both of you.

Processing Pain Part 3: Positive Methods
Today we'll talk about the ways that work well for processing pain, getting to subspace more often and enjoying pain as pleasure if you are wired for that. First there are two common methods to positively process pain. Dispersion and Release are more like titles for a range of positive techniques.


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