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By pamperedchef
#48934
You should never feel like a nuisance (unless you're acting like a spoiled brat, that is). I would be willing to talk to you. I consider myself very patient. I joined as an AB/DL, but I would be willing to possibly be a daddy, as well. Never let anyone make you feel that you aren't worth it or that you are just a nuisance. Keep your chin up. You are worth the effort.

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You are worth having a mommy or daddy. You are worth the space you inhabit. And I didn't have to do anything to get daddies to talk to me. I posted a profile on KNKI and they all started talking to me. Put it in your profile that you need a patient and gentle mommy or daddy and they will find you. You just have to be willing to hit the block button if they push you too hard. I had to learn that myself. Some people calling themselves mommy or daddy really aren't but they claim to be.

We're always here to talk to, too. :) We're all your friends here and we'll help you in any way we can.

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#50633
I feel the same way even though im not a little. I think a lot of people in the community feel this way. But just because you feel this way deosnt mean its true. I used to say i need more domconfidience but the more i looked into and at myself alongside the community im apart of. Ive come to realize the value of loving yourself first. Being confidient in/loving who you are not what or who others think/want you to be. And your not a nuisance for wanting some to love you for you. Everyone deserves someone who puts in effort to understand them and there personal needs. Its one of the biggest needs in any realationship.
Btw, if its okay with you id like to get to know you and be friends.

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