How to change the submissive man to a normal man??
a submissive man ...like to be a sclave to a women
It really depends ...
Some men who are in high powered jobs and making decissions (having total power) all day at work enjoy being able to come home and not have to make any decissions. This actually is a way for them to relax from the streeses of there day job.
Some people are and always will be submissive. They enjoy not having to make decissions etc. These people normally choose a dominant partner.
If the person your talking about is the first kind then changing him could lead to him becoming stressed out and actually getting helth related stress problems.
If the person your talking about is the second kind you may need to order him to take charge for a certain amount of time each day.
No one can change unless they want to. If a man is submissive and that's not what you want, the best option is really to find a man who is what you want. You can't force someone to change to meet your expectations, and no one really has the right to try to change anyone else.
Can you change a submissive person into a "normal" person? In reality it depends on why the person is submissive.
The first kind of submissive person.
I know of Doctors, Lawyers, Business owners, Executives that because they are continually... read more
If you are with anyone that you want to change....then you are with the wrong person! People change if and when THEY want to change. Ultimately we're all looking for someone who loves and accepts us as we are. If you can't accept this man as is stop wasting both his time and your time! Move on!
Check out my article on "goals as a domme", might be a bit extreme for what you're looking to do- but may find some help. best wishes!
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