Training *your* Partner

This is a huge area. The right information when you begin will save you years of wasted effort. I'm writing a book on this specific subject, get in touch with me to be added to the mailing list and notified of the first draft release.

Overall Structure

First, read this article by a former subject of mine.

Then, train yourself as a trainer / owner using the same techniques you'll use on your submissive, obviously with dominant content though. Fix yourself first. More on that below.

Then, use a combination of the overall methodology of operant conditioning and wrapped in a layer of highly effective and focused erotic hypnosis to maximise effectiveness. All sources and steps will be listed below and links to the best resources given.

This will be a process. Improve yourself first. The rewards are worth it.

 

Resources

Signalling Your Subject

https://www.acmewhistles.co.uk/ 

 

 

EVERYTHING BELOW HERE IS STILL A DRAFT

Note

The process of Training is not to be undertaken without extensive prior preparation. This is a tiny subset of the Resources you will need, and and even tinier subset of the Resources available. This is just to get you started on research and investigation - you will need more before you are ready to train anybody.

This page is noticeably short on explanation - I hate typing and could talk about this subject for hours. If you are considering training another person, I highly suggest you get in touch and I'm happy to answer any questions you might have.

Don't make the mistakes I did, learn from me and do it right the first time.

Resources for the Trainer / Teacher

Books

The Brainwashing Book by SleepinGirl

Don't Shoot the Dog by Karen Pryor

Podcast Episodes

When Things Click

Courses

TAGteach

Hardware

Electroshock Dog Collars

https://www.dogtra.com/ 

Sheepdog Whistles

Search for "Sheepdog Whistles" on Amazon

Clickers

Search for "Clickers" on Amazon

Effective Reward Mechanisms
  • Orange Flavoured TicTacs
  • Skittles
  • Raisins
Further Resources

http://www.behaviorworks.org

Resources for the Subject / Learner

Improving Knowledge and Information Retention

https://www.kevinreutter.de/flippy-2/