BDSM: Withdrawal Symptoms

It’s been a while since my last update on the state of our Adult Nursing Relationship. Where I last left off, we were taking a break due to some interactions with some new medication that Mommy was taking. Ultimately that break lasted but a few short weeks…I had taken that time to do some research and get educated on the risks associated with taking her medications(second-hand through her breast-milk)…

It was only a few days after we stopped that my mental-health took a sudden and drastic turn for the worse. It would have been easy to chalk it up to drop and move on, but it felt different this time. My eyes constantly had this disturbing crazed look about them and my thoughts were chaotic and not altogether sane in character. After a few days of coping with these symptoms I was able to piece together that I had experienced a bout of acute psychosis. As I searched for more information I came across a research paper on the withdrawal symptoms from the same type of anti-psychotic medication that Mommy has been taking throughout the entirety of our nursing-relationship…

Originally I was concerned that perhaps I was somehow actually psychotic and that this medication was treating a condition I didn’t even know I had. Thankfully the literature revealed that they had a control-group of people whom were not prescribed the medication involved in the study. In otherwise healthy individuals there were no noticeable side-effects of taking the medication, but withdrawal symptoms left them susceptible to attacks of acute-psychosis, called Rebound-Psychosis…

Armed with this information, both of us decided that the relatively minor difficulties caused to me by her blood-pressure medication were far less risky to my overall health than the threat of rebound-psychosis. We got back into our daily nursing dynamic with ease…

I’ve had a few other minor episodes in the interim but for the most part we are very good at finding the time for at least one daily session so withdrawal hasn’t been much of an issue. But it’s never more than a few sunrises on the horizon away from psycho-daddy making an appearance. Yet somehow we almost forgot about this over the last few days. Something so innocuous as skipping a nightly session because both of us were tired was enough to set the stage for a meltdown the next day. Of course my sudden argumentativeness only compounded the problem as we both were too distraught for any physical intimacy at all that night…

Luckily we managed, with much consternation, and many kind words from Twitter friends to step back from the brink and realize what was happening. We very thoroughly remedied the situation last night with a lengthy nursing session that led to a very satisfying primal session. So all is well in Daddy-land again…In the future though, I’ve told Mommy that whenever I start acting crazy the best response is probably just to pull out a breast, even crazy-daddy won’t argue with that…

Although I tend to poke fun at myself, these issues are deadly serious. We approach adult-nursing from within the framework of BDSM because the risks are very real and potentially dangerous to both parties. I can not stress strongly enough that any BDSM activity should only be undertaken by experienced and knowledgeable players according to R.A.C.K. and S.S.C. principles…Play safe or not at all…

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