For some reason I couldn’t reblog with the reply from the OP @anaphoksa
Well it might be a couple of things. If you’re constantly doing the two week cycle then it might just happen to be hitting a certain point in your menstrual cycle that’s causing the denial to do ‘interesting’ things with normal PMT symptoms. If that’s the case try a one week break, to just get out of the repeated cycle, and see if the same thing happens.
More likely however, is that two weeks is just your peak denial time, or in fact, it’s more likely a bit less than that.
Given we want to minimise DRH (denial related homicide), very simply, stop doing it for so long.
I know we get lots of amazing asks and reports from those doing it for weeks and months, but what’s best for someone else isn’t best for you, and it’s important that everyone exploring denial and edging works out what makes them feel the best and keeps them horniest and happiest.
That might be one edge, and then cumming later that day.
it might be not cumming for a whole year or more.
But mostly it’s somewhere in between, and mostly it’s three days to a few weeks.
So mix it up a bit anon, work out what’s best for avoiding the psycho sexual killer rages, and everyone will be better off.
Sooooo this was my ask, I got to cum maybe two days later after lots of tears & some major childish meltdowns (over things like slightly over cooking pizza, my make up not being done by the time daddy got home, & daddy inviting friends over for a drink when I thought we were going to play).
I’ve managed to not kill anyone *yet* but I’ve kept up with the denial. I think you’re right with the pmt matching up with my crazy denial too so I’m going to do an experiment, cum this month right before
my pmt is due (I have a clever tracker) and next month I won’t. Then we can quantify my drh with pmt and see what happens!
I’m pretty sure Daddy won’t mind. Thank you so much for your advice James!
I know I can go longer than 2 weeks though because I had my first orgasm (from someone else)after over a month of denial