I’m not exactly sure where I got the idea that writing about all this on the internet was such a good idea. But here goes.

I am, by nature, a submissive person. I knew from a young age that I wasn’t as aggressive as my friends, and I liked being helpful and avoiding conflict. When I started dating, I realized I preferred to take a submissive role in relationships and sex. To this day, I work in a profession where caring and empathy are essential skills.

My wife is not a submissive person. She knows what she wants. She is ambitious, talented, and extremely intelligent. She is a bit of a brat. She likes having all the answers, and being the best at whatever she does. When she started dating, she quickly found that her ideal boyfriend was one who would make her feel like a princess.

The dominant/submissive dynamic has been a key part of our relationship from the very beginning. We knew vaguely what it was, and over the years came to better understand it. We recognized it, talked about it, and read about it on the internet.

As time has passed, we have grown and developed in our dynamic. My wife is now the leader of our relationship, meaning that I submit to her authority on controversial issues. I’ll discuss exactly what that looks like in a later post. She has held final authority over large decisions that normally couples would share, such as what part of the country we live in, whether and where I attend graduate school, and what career I will pursue when I am done with school.

Each time she has exercised this authority, I have become more satisfied with our relationship, because by bending to her will, I have created harmony and agreement in our relationship. These things are more important to us than whether I get into the very fanciest grad school.

I think my main goal with this blog is for others to see how this dynamic works in a real-life relationship. Some of it is definitely about sex (awesome sex, btw), some of it is about kink and bdsm, but quite a lot of it is about everyday life.

I have lots of things in mind to write about. Although I’m just getting started, I would love to hear your thoughts. I’m also happy to answer any questions you have about my experience as a submissive, obedient husband. I can be reached at lovecherishobey@gmail.com.



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  1. I want to offer my strong support to you for writing about your feelings on your marriage on the Net via this blog.

    I believe it’s a very healthy and worthwhile outlet not just for yourself, but also for any and all male and female readers of this blog alike.

    By writing of your marriage, and the great success your Wife and yourself have made of your marriage you help to open the eyes of more and more Women and men that will see that an FLR or FLM is a very worthwhile relationship choice for many couples to make.

    In fact, I would go as far as to say that an FLR or FLM is probably the wise choice for the vast majority of relationships. Your blog helps in its own little way to build momentum towards FLRs & FLMs becoming the mainstream type of Female-male relationships in the future.

    Society will benefit greatly if this is so.

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