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sweet november​(sub female)
7 months ago • 11/14/2019 6:07 pm

When a Dom or sub dies

sweet november​(sub female) • 11/14/2019 6:07 pm
I recently became very concerned because my long distance Dom was not contacting me or replying to my contacts. I knew he had the flu but no contact for that long?
I tried the emergency contact he gave me but I didn't get a response.
I tried the hospital a few times.

I felt like I was over reacting.

Well I kept searching things because I have talked to his brothers before, etc and finally got a correct phone number and he told me that he (my Dom) passed away this past Saturday.

How am I dealing with this? Not very well.
I have some people that are being very loving and understanding and I appreciate that.

Have a plan if you are long distance. We didn't plan enough because who would think this would happen?

Once I got a hold of his brothers they knew who I was and let me cry with them.

I mourn for him and his family.

I'm not sure if I can ever let anyone touch my heart and soul that deep again.
CapnRick​(dom male)
7 months ago • 11/14/2019 6:45 pm
CapnRick​(dom male) • 11/14/2019 6:45 pm
Your friends will provide a buffer of comfort for your grieving, Ms November. There are probably more of us than you suspect....what a shock.
And what good advice.
sweet november​(sub female)
7 months ago • 11/14/2019 8:44 pm

When a Dom or sub dies

sweet november​(sub female) • 11/14/2019 8:44 pm
CapnRick wrote:
Your friends will provide a buffer of comfort for your grieving, Ms November. There are probably more of us than you suspect....what a shock.
And what good advice.



Not really....people tend to not like to talk about death. It's an uncomfortable subject. I do appreciate those that have been there, though. icon_smile.gif
DoasIsayalpha
7 months ago • 11/14/2019 11:52 pm
DoasIsayalpha • 11/14/2019 11:52 pm
beyond everything everyone has their own life. You friend/sub/dom passed away but i'm sure he or she cared for you. At this point all you can do is be at ease and take care of yourself and mourn this person. may he or she rest in peace and condolences to his or her family