Exchange of Power by Jaymi LynnIn matters of the heart, what happens when theres an exchange of power, even for just one night?
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EXCHANGE OF POWER
The Exchange of Power and Its Effect on Relationships
Sex Roles. Less than half the respondents perceive their relationships to be equal in the distribution of power, and men are over twice as likely as women to be viewed as the partners having more power. Imbalances are also evident in three related measures—decision-making, emotional involvement, and equity. More specifically, the higher the relative degree of power attributed by respondents to the male, rather than the female, partner of a dyad, the lower is the subsequent rate of relationship dissolution. Unable to display preview.
Donations are not now providing the minimal funding needed to maintain and develop BI. While we work hard to keep costs down, we still need your financial support. We need your financial support. On the surface, exchange power is a quite simple concept. I want you to do something which I value. To convince you to do it, I offer you something, which you value.
What is a Power Exchange Relationship? A power exchange relationship is a relational dynamic when a partner decides to either give up or get control of authority. With some care, people can form power exchanges both meaningfully and safely.
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In general, I prefer to ignore the exchange of power, seeing it mostly as a construct of the Ego, legitimate only in hierarchy-driven societies. But as I become more serious in my personal romance, I have come to see how undeniably essential the exchange of power is in relationships. There are so many decisions to be made, and so many responsibilities to be fulfilled, and there are many issues in which a compromise is neither practical nor optimal. In many of such cases, an exchange of power must be made to resolve conflicts in the decision-making process. For example, I plan to have at least two children, and I have very strong beliefs about their education, their health, their morality, and the structure present in their lives. While diversity of opinions can be a good thing, it proves to be a terrible obstacle when it comes to raising children, because compromised parenting is, at least in my firm belief, absolutely unacceptable. A consensus must be reached in all decisions regarding child-rearing, and if they cannot be, there are two options:.