Punishment Reports

You all probably know that I’m pretty M/m-centric. I do, however, read input from Domestic Discipline Daddys out there who are having relationships with women too. One in particular has some good, authentic ideas that my Daddy and I incorporate into our lives, because his ideas just work really well.

Today, we’re gonna take a closer look at one that I want to encourage you Men Who Spank to spend more time administering.

Written Punishment Reports

Here’s how Clint from Domestic-Discipline.net puts it:

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Domestic discipline punishments: written reports & essays

by Clint

Punishments are a common topic in domestic discipline, obviously.  They’re essentially what make this lifestyle different from the “norm.”  Naturally we’ve covered many of them on this website.  Everything from minor punishments (such as apology letters) to major punishments (like spanking) and just about everything in between is covered on LDD.  However, there is one

For Daddy and me, he doesn’t assign Punishment Reports as much as writing lines during a Spanking session or at the end of one. He prefers that once a Spanking is administered, he wants the air cleared, and then for us to get back to being us. Misbehaviour results in the Spankings he administers, I know that. But ultimately, sometimes a Spanking is not enough.
One way Daddy applied this nonSpanking Punishment was to have me blog about what happened. He wanted to read what was going on in my mind after having been punished for something very specific. You can read about that here.

The upshot from Daddy after the Punishment Report was delivered to him before it was published was positive. He was really inquisitive about what happened, and I think we both realized how valuable the time he made me take writing it was.

Read all about Clint’s approach to assigning Punishment Reports here:

Punishment Reports

By Clint

Written reports/essays are rather self-explanatory. Essentially, the head of the household requires a written report/essay on a topic relating to the infraction committed by the submissive partner. The written report/essay serves as the punishment to whatever infraction was committee. Parameters are put in place (length of the report/essay, the deadline,etc.) by the head of the household, which the submissive partner is expected to follow.

This punishment is effective due to the amount of thought that has to be put into it. When getting to the root of any given issue, often times the infraction is a result of not thinking through the situation, or acting on impulse in some fashion (without thinking ahead of time). So, this punishment basically gets the submissive partner thinking deeper, longer, and more critically about the infraction and why it’s a problem. It’s a challenging exercise, mentally, that helps to change the perception and interpretation of the agreed upon rule of the home/relationship.

Example:

Pat, the head of the household in the relationship, has Spanked Taylor several times for failing to lock the car doors when the car isn’t in use. While Taylor has gotten better about locking the car doors, obviously something isn’t getting through since this problem comes up from time to time. Frustrate, Pat considers doing something different as punishment. Spanking is only yielding modest results.

When Pat asks Taylor why this keeps happening. Taylor responds with some variation of “I really don’t know. I just don’t think about it. I’m sorry.” Pat obviously wants Taylor to think about locking the car doors at all times, so a punishment that will get Taylor thinking a little more about this problem is something Pat wants to look into. After considering several options, Pat decides to have Taylor write a report/essay about the dangers of leaving the car doors unlocked.

Pat decides that Taylor must find three articles (either online or in local news publications) that talk about car break-ins, car theft, car stereo theft, etc., and write a two-page report/essay on them. Pat also wants statistics that pertain to auto theft in their city and state included in Taylor’s report/essay. Pat gives Taylor two days to complete it. If the report/essay is not finished in two days, Taylor will be Spanked and a new deadline will be set.

 

In this example, you can see how this punishment will get the submissive partner thinking a lot deeper about the problem. That will help in correcting the issue long term. The report/essay will also require a great deal of time and research to complete, which will send a stronger message to the submissive partner as to how important this Rule is. That will help in its effectiveness as well. Again, the point is to get the submissive partner thinking deeper about the issue, why it’s a problem, and ultimately having them gain a better understanding as to why it’s so important that the Rule be followed at all times.

This is a good punishment for the Dominant partner to consider when addressing a repeat issue. If the Dom is growing frustrate that a particular issue isn’t getting corrected, administering a punishment that requires more thought from the submissive partner will most likely yield the results he is looking for.

 

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