Unwavering devotion is, perhaps, one of the most difficult challenges of self-discipline. I adhere to the strictest moral codes. I expect others to do the same. Refraining from swearing, lying, cheating, stealing, pleasures of the flesh, and worse is not easy, which is why I assign exercises to bolster moral fortitude, including, but not limited to, fasting, meditative introspection, and positive affirmation mantras. If I sense something is amiss, I make it my mission to extract a confession. Once I hear the admission, I assign penance.
I have little tolerance for bad behavior. If an errant boy needs correction, I may take him into my domestic disciple parlor. As you can see by the photo, I decorated my Chicago domestic discipline room in the style of a retro living room with quarter sawn American and English oak antiques from the turn of the last century. I chose ultra feminine floral and pink fabrics for the furniture and accent pieces. I also went with a cherub theme. I love those little suckers. Hidden in the secretary desk are many domestic discipline implements including the following.
|Wooden Hairbrush||Wooden Spoon||Switch|
|Leather Belts||Leather Straps||Leather Paddles|
|Canes||Wooden Paddles||Carpet Beaters|
|Coiled Rope||Broom||Extension Cord|
|Slipper||Ping Pong Paddle||Spatula|
|Birch Bundle||Bath Brush||Fly Swatters|