Consistency. That is a word that is often used in our community, but do we really understand what it means? It doesn’t mean being strict. It doesn’t mean being boring or being repetitive. What it means is that you are the same now as when you began the relationship. It doesn’t mean your interests can’t change. It doesn’t mean that you don’t grow as an individual. It does mean you are rational in your progress as a person. The growth and changes are rational. That your slave can see where you were and where you are, and that the core is there.
One example from my relationship is how I manage the tasks I give my girl. I tell her to do things, and then I watch. I may not pay attention every day, but I know what I have asked her to do and after the time together she does too. I monitor things, and watch and while I may not comment every day, I will eventually. She knows this. This is how I have been from day one. Is this the right thing for your relationship? Maybe yes, maybe no, but it works for ours. If she doesn’t do what she is supposed to, she knows I will hang her by her actions. Or will reward her as well.
So I am consistent. I have done this since day one. I may not be consistent as you define it, but I am consistent in a way she understand.
How do you define consistency in your relationships?