The Child and Youth Care Association of BC (CYCABC) was started way back in 1969.Invested in quality delivery of Child and Youth Care services, the CYCABC has shown resilience over the years.So this article is specifically for such people who’d like a gentle introduction to D/s play and some tips to get started.I think this can be especially helpful for people who don’t consider themselves kinky but who’d still like to indulge in the stimulating fun of D/s play to spice up their connections.Another key benefit is being able to explore your desires more deeply than you otherwise would.
D/s play is totally free, requires no props or equipment, and can be done anywhere. The main benefit is that D/s play helps maintain and even increase the sexual and emotional intensity of a relationship connection.In long-term relationships, it’s common to hit a dead zone sexually after some period of time together.You fall into a routine and begin looping through familiar patterns, which can become less engaging over time.For most people I’ve talked to, this usually happens within a timeframe of 6-18 months after the relationship begins.
Have a voice in your work community and support fellow child and youth care workers from across the province. The CYCABC is pleased to announce from the 2016 Canadian National Child and Youth Care Conference in Halifax, NS: British Columbia will be hosting the 20th Canadian National Child and Youth Care Conference + 12th Triennial International Child and Youth Care Conference in 2018 Transitions and Transformations: influencing change through relational practice.
Get involved and come to one of our training or networking events. Proudly hosted by the Child and Youth Care[…] While we continue to update the website, please send feedback directly to [email protected](Web/Social) We are working to update info for 2016, including a very special announcement to be made at the Canadian National CYC Conference taking place this week in Halifax.