An activity-packed 28 page workbook for individuals and couples who want to explore BDSM. Focused on helping you explore a different side to yourself and your relationship, this activity workbook combines fun with theory to help you discover what your BDSM journey could and should look like!

 

This workbook is for you if:

 

- You are interested in exploring something new in your intimate relationship

- You are intrigued by BDSM and would like to know how to get started with the BDSM lifestyle

- You need some help exploring whether BDSM is right for you 

- You need a simple (not scary!) tool to help you work out what you actually want to try in BDSM 

- You want a helping hand in communicating your BDSM desires to your partner/s

 

The activities in this printable workbook have been taken from my work as a qualified Sex and Relationships educator. They have all been designed to support your intimate relationships whilst also guiding you to explore, define and communicate your BDSM journey.

 

This workbook serves as a great introduction to BDSM, specifically, this printable journal takes you through a series of guided activities to help you:

 

- Explore what BDSM means to you and define your desires 

- Communicate with your partner about your BDSM interests comfortably and in a way that engages them in your journey

- Consider what you need in order to move forward with BDSM and how to look after yourself and your partner/s at all times

 

I'm all about creating simple, accessible tools to help relationships be as fulfilling as possible- this is just one of them!

 

If you have any questions please feel free to contact me before purchasing- I want you to be happy and buy the right product for you!

Beginning BDSM: BDSM Workbook

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  • 1.  Explore
    - Defining BDSM
    - Your initial thoughts
    - Your BDSM brainstorm
    - Your BDSM wishlist
    - Barriers to BDSM
    - Other Ways to Explore BDSM
     

    2. Communicate
    - Boundaries of Communication: A Framework
    - Tips for Talking about BDSM with Your Partner/s
    - Collecting Your Thoughts
     

    3. Support
    - Your Needs
    - Your Limits
    - Safe Words
    - Aftercare