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Posted by kelly_MsC on Tue 15 Sep 2009 to The_Slave_Forum

Hello everyone, i am new to the scene and new here, i don't how submissive i am yet, and i hope to find my place in life all i know is i wish i hadn't waited till i was 40 to start on the path to slavery/servitude

Is life simple for those who choose to live rather than exist

Reply by The_Slave_Forum on Tue 15 Sep 2009

Hello tadtrout,

Welcome to the Forum.

Please feel free to post questions: no question is stupid. Subjects for discussion are also very welcome. Previous posts from others are still available for you to read and comment upon if you wish.

Best wishes,

c_r

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Reply by Zarabeth on Tue 22 Sep 2009

tadtrout wrote:
Hello everyone, i am new to the scene and new here, i don't how submissive i am yet, and i hope to find my place in life all i know is i wish i hadn't waited till i was 40 to start on the path to slavery/servitude

Hello and welcome! I too am still searching to find my place in life, even though I have 6 years of experience on the scene in Houston - learning and searching for your place in life don't necessarily stop after getting some experience.

My only D/s relationship so far was very mild (but all I was ready for at the time) and I too am soon to embark on a new path of deeper submission than ever before, and I turn 40 October 1!

I don't think it matters how long you waited to start - other than to have a think about what may have held you back in the past, I would suggest mot dwelling on what you have not done in the past, but rather on what you now want and how you can achieve it. Remember: you can't change the past but your future stands ready before you.

"Every day is another chance to turn it all around."

Reply by kelly_MsC on Wed 23 Sep 2009

Wise and kind words, including siezed knees, i know roughly what i desire, by the new year i should have my own place, not a flat share, then i may just put myself on the slave market, and happy birthday for the 1st.

Is life simple for those who choose to live rather than exist