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Dom S Guide To Submissive Training

Author : Elizabeth Cramer
Genre : Self-Help
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A Dom/sub relationship doesn’t just happen. It is a finely crafted and designed system of expectations and joys. In order for you and your submissive lady to “fit” one another and create a lasting, happy union there must be a period of training. It does not matter if your sub has thirty years of experience in submission or just read 50 Shades of Grey and decided to try it herself. She will need to be trained for the best relationship to emerge. "Dom's Guide to Submissive Training" was specifically written for doms/masters. It is designed to provide you with a step-by-step blueprint on how to train your new sub. It goes from preparation all the way down to the closing ceremony including advanced techniques & tips. Training can be one of the most exciting, challenging and fun parts of the relationship. A well-trained sub will not only serve you in the capacity you deserve, but will have built up the two most important elements in any BDSM relationship – trust and consistency. Following the instructions in this guide will allow you to show yourself as a worthy master, who is in control, experienced and able to guide you both to the best possible life.

The Submissive

Author : Tara Sue Me
ISBN : 9780451466228
Genre : Fiction
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When CEO Nathaniel West, a skilled dominant, is looking for a new submissive, Abby King agrees to play the part and although Abby finds fulfillment in her new experiences, she realizes that Nathaniel can only remain cold and distant.

My So Called Life As A Submissive Wife

Author : Sara Horn
ISBN : 9780736952842
Genre : Social Science
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Can a modern wife be submissive to her husband? In her highly anticipated sequel to My So-Called Life as a Proverbs 31 Wife, author Sara Horn takes on one of the most widely debated subjects for a Christian wife-marital submission. What does biblical submission look like for wives today? And why is submission viewed as such a dirty word by so many women and men in our culture, including Christians? Can a happily married couple live out the biblical model of submission and be the better for it? Horn takes on a one-year experiment to seek answers to these questions and to explore what it means to be submissive as a wife and "helper" to her husband. The answers-and her discoveries-may surprise you. This unique, entertaining, and thought-provoking personal account will challenge women to throw out their preconceived notions of what a submissive wife looks like and seek fresh leading from God for their lives and marriages today.

The Submissive Goal Setting Journal

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ISBN : 9781605856735
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1 2 Peter And Jude

Author : Carolyn Nystrom
ISBN : 0830830197
Genre : Religion
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Carolyn Nystrom leads us to discover what it takes to be mature in Christ and to recognize God's direction and comfort when we travel dark roads.

Submissive No More

Author : Barbara Moore
ISBN : 9781452560427
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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From a painful choice in a Cessna 210 to a life of joy and well-being, journey with this candid narrator through secrecy to authenticity. In Submissive No More, Barbara Moore shares her compelling story of acquiescence, tribulation, resilience, growth and resurrection. Learn how she ultimately made bold changes to bring her best self forward. A quiet, true, contemplative voice, with a story of awakening all readers will embrace. Sandra Dorr, Desert Water Courageous. Unflinching. Surprising. After decades of feeling as if she had to compromise her essential nature to please other people, Barbara Moore not only learned to speak up for herself, she learned to tell her story in such a way that it encourages all of us to notice where we are not being true to ourselves. Full of grit and grace, Submissive No More is an inspiration. Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer, The Less I Hold and The Miracle Already Happening: Everyday Life with Rumi The journey to one’s authentic self may be long yet the author’s courage to “come to right relationships” is her reward and a wise and powerful encouragement to others. Marie Louise Seckar, O.P. A portion of the proceeds of this book will go to Microloans for the empowerment of women.

The Great Life Redesign

Author : Caroline Cameron
ISBN : 9780730377498
Genre : Business & Economics
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Never before have Australians worked so hard yet felt so unhappy. With anxiety rising at unprecedented levels, now is the time to stop and consider whether there could be another way to live. We renovate our houses, but what about our lives? The Great Life Redesign is an inspirational yet practical guidebook to help you reshape the life you have to create one you'll love. The Great Life Redesign is an inspiring guidebook to help you reshape the life you have to create one you'll love. The practical, simple to apply techniques and inspiring personal stories included in this book will show you how. Learn the secrets of one-on-one coaching with Caroline Cameron, an executive, career and lifestyle coach. Based on her experiences working with hundreds of professionals across Australia and beyond, she steps you through the process of designing a blue print for the life you really want. Key features: Helps the reader to create a blue print for making real and actionable change, including career, relationships, wealth and finances, health, home, personal growth, environment, leisure and spirituality. Use to instantly repair parts of your life that could be better or as a step-by-step plan for a major life renovation. Includes practical, simple to apply techniques and inspiring personal stories Written for professionals, middle income, burnt-out city slickers, corporate refugees, disillusioned 30-somethings, mid life crisis sufferers, baby boomers whose super and retirement dreams evaporated in the GFC, dedicated parents who want the best for their kids, and anyone who suspects that there's more to life but don't know what it is or how to get it.

Pat Testing To Pick The Perfect Puppy

Author : Joyce Guthrie
ISBN : 9781300049043
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Whistle For The Flies Jesus Whistle For The Bees On Terry Shafer

Author : Mitch Armaugh
ISBN : 9781450296038
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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Mitch Armaugh, a man with an international reputation in Christendom, suddenly found himself a single dad with two of his three sons still at home and about to enter high school. Mitch had just weathered the tragic and painful loss of his college sweetheart to cancer. He was lonely, available, and very ripe for the picking. Enter Terry Loretta Shafer, a never married loner with a Ritalin-addicted son who did not know his deadbeat father. Terry, a lifelong clerical worker stuck in a dead-end customer phone support job eked out a meager living among Persian immigrants on the seamy side of Phoenix, AZ. In this grinding, true story of persistence and loss, you will see how a dysfunctional but highly manipulative “Christian” woman wormed her way into a high paying job, a $500,000 condo, a tidy retirement account and a neat California no-fault divorce – all at the expense of a Christian man who only wanted to give his heart away.

The Emerson Effect

Author : Christopher Newfield
ISBN : 0226577007
Genre : Literary Collections
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This book presents a revisionist account of Ralph Waldo Emerson's influential thought on individualism, in particular his political psychology. Christopher Newfield analyzes the interplay of liberal and authoritarian impulses in Emerson's work in various domains: domestic life, the changing New England economy, theories of poetic language, homoerotic friendship, and racial hierarchy. Focusing on neglected later writings, Newfield shows how Emerson explored the tensions between autonomy and community—and consistently resolved these tensions by "abandoning crucial elements of both" and redefining autonomy as a kind of liberating subjection. He argues that in Emersonian individualism, self-determination is accompanied by submission to authority, and examines the influence of this submissive individualism on the history of American liberalism. In a provocative reading of Emerson's early and neglected later works, Newfield analyzes Emerson's emphasis on collective, or "corporate", world-building, rather than private possession. Tracing the development of this corporate individualism, he illuminates contradictions in Emerson's political outlook, and the conjunctions of liberal and authoritarian ideology they produced.

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