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  1. Loss

    As I said, I'm right in the middle of it. I haven't gotten over it. I'm just expressing empathy with you, buddy. I know exactly how you feel, because I feel exactly the same way right now.
  2. Loss

    I know exactly what you're feeling, because I'm right in the middle of the same thing. And I was fairly certain this one was going to be forever, until it wasn't.
  3. Thank you for those lovely comments, CDfm. And yes, that was the fatal flaw. I chased one too many rabbit holes when I had a perfect ending with Gabby standing in front of BJ's makeshift crib and deliberately wetting herself.
  4. Outline/planning

    I think the key to the "write every day" ethic is to have more than one writing project available to work on, and be open to new ideas to explore as they come to you. I've never had a problem with burnout from working on the same story too long, but I've certainly had problems with being able to get into some kind of writing mode when I don't do it often enough. As it sits right now, I have probably 20 or more different writing projects in various states of completion in my "work" folder, ranging from "nearly complete final draft" to "just an idea I want to play with", along with several little universes I've built that I can revisit as the mood strikes, not to mention collaborative projects I have going with other writers. No matter what, as long as I pick something up and invest a little creative energy in it each day, it keeps me in the mode to write and keeps the inspiration coming. I totally get the burnout thing, though. My work on my one big novel project, The Panda's Ashes, put me in a state of burnout for a good long while, because I invested so much effort into trying to "finish" it that I got sick of looking at it. My creative flow is much easier now that I've adopted so many little projects and concepts to play around with from day to day. So, while I'm not arguing the validity of your premise, I'm certainly offering a suggestion that you might try. Experiment with the daily writing thing, but don't be so laser focused on a single project when you sit down to write. Let whatever muse comes be your muse for the day. I once wrote over 20,000 words over the course of three days because a muse caught me while I was just in that daily focus mode - you can find that story somewhere around here on the board; it's called "Don't Dabble With Forces You Don't Understand".
  5. Anyone familiar with writer's clubs?

    You know, those are the kinds of things I used to nitpick in stories before I had to turn the filter on, since so many folk around here are so sensitive about anything perceivable as negative.
  6. ~*Feeling Broken Again*~

    Online relationships can get very scary, as the fantasy in your mind is uninterrupted by the reality of the experience. In 5 years, I imagine there were a LOT of those sorts of things built up inside your head, and I also imagine having them all torn down in one swift motion (or even worse, piece by piece as the person distanced himself from you) could be very painful. As a survivor of a number of these sorts of interactions, I can tell you without equivocation that having a non-physical relationship dissolve is not an indictment of you as a person. The fact that it went on for 5 years is astonishing, because at some point the lack of physical connection starts to wear on both participants, and the need for real human contact pushes out whatever is happening via cyberspace. E-relationships are doomed to fail if they never progress beyond the chat window. If you learn nothing else from this experience, learn that.
  7. Read First... No Excuses!

    It's not so much a tit for tat thing. It's about not wanting to take the trouble to provide a detailed and honest criticism and then be berated for it.
  8. Read First... No Excuses!

    For the most part, the only people willing to offer critique will only do so in this forum, not because of you the writer, but because of how people (who are not the author) in the main forum react to critique. Literally, this has become something of a "safe zone" for people to be honest about story writing because mobs armed with pitchforks and torches are instantly available to attack someone for giving their (anything less than glowingly positive) opinion on the main story forum. Heck, I got attacked for giving an unfiltered opinion here in the sub-forum.
  9. Kit 'n' Kenzie

    Understand the mindset of a lot of TG's, particular T-girls. A lot of them literally hate the parts they were born with, seeing them as an annoying reminder of how different they feel than the body they were born into.
  10. Phone Conversation

    Sounds like compelling fiction to me.
  11. Phone Conversation

    Personally, I'd still love to see you fill in the big time gap on Vicky's Story. Even if it was just for a special Amazon release of the entire anthology.
  12. OK, I don't understand the chatroom at all now.  With some rare exceptions (hanging out IRL with Dill Pickles a few weeks back was really cool), it seems that most people don't want to talk about anything but diapers.  I get that's the name of the site and all, I don't get why people wouldn't want to make friends by getting to know each other beyond this fetish/lifestyle aspect of their lives.  *shrugs*

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    2. WBDaddy

      WBDaddy

      I suppose that's where my "male privilege" comes into play.  People approach me, sometimes even inappropriately, but not in that kind of forceful fashion.

    3. HeyLookItsGemma

      HeyLookItsGemma

      Tbh I brush off most of them. Some of them are just so graphic though they kinda stick with you :/ 

    4. Elfy

      Elfy

      I mean... If someone starts acting like that there are two things you really should do @ELLIE52.

      1) Tell a mod or admin what is happening and who is doing it.

      and

      2) Block them. I don't know when you came in but these days the block button will block PMs and anything they say in the main room.

      Anyone who has been a long time user of the chat room will know that we don't often tolerate creepy behaviour towards anyone for any reason.

  13. Yeah, as soon as you start talking about underage boys being punished by their parents and sprouting an erection during the process, you've pretty much crossed the line...
  14. outed by amazon. partially my own fault

    Yeah, I wouldn't explain anything unless she cornered you about it.
  15. The challenging part is, if you know going in that you need/want/desire a relationship that involves your AB aspect (whatever it happens to be), at least when you're my age, you're putting that forward right out of the gate, to scare off anyone who might be squicked by it. (I'm too old to try and do another "convert" - did it once, watched it backfire, not doing it again) So while AB becomes a prominent component of the discussion, it also by necessity must take a back seat in the "courtship" phase. Go on some vanilla dates. Do things with that person that have nothing to do with AB. Talk about the rest of your life and his/hers. Find common interests. Discover each other, and decide whether you work as a couple before you dive off into the intense emotional part of "Well, s/he's an AB/caregiver, and I'm an AB/caregiver, so..."