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Hi everyone, I'm very new to the lifestyle of ddlg, As I found out recently that my partner of 5 years.. has come across this lifestyle online and has recently come out with her ideal fantasy lifestyle. My partner has always had a tendency to be very emotional, needy and in close characteristics with little space behaviour. Being bratty, cheeky and wanting more attention than usual gfs do. Now that I've had minimal education on the lifestyle I see how her personality fits the criteria for little space. I genuinely am intrigued and want to become the daddy she deserves and wants and needs. I just want as much info as possible on how to adjust our lifestyle to fit and how I can make my little the happiest little alive. I find this relationship more fitting that. Our regular relationship We previously had! Our lives have become significantly more complicated because I'm unsure how to uphold Daddy's persona whilst un educated. I don't want to confuse my little.. this Daddy's wants to be a caregiver and also forfill her sexuality and needs as a little. I need examples and help on understanding little space and progress our relationship successfully! Some pointers please help this daddy wants to get it right :devil:

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