There are many different types of therapies out there. Depending on your circumstances and how you respond to a certain therapy, you might end up exploring a few different options. However, one that you might not have thought much about is spanking therapy.
Back in 2017 I looked at spank therapy. I wanted to know what it was and why it might work for some people. It certainly stands out from other types of therapy. Now I’m looking back and seeing whether the Escort Scotland users would actually try it.
What is spanking therapy?
You might think that spanking therapy is where you get to bend someone over and spank their ass to relieve some of that tension and stress. If so, you’d be wrong. Flip the situation around though and you’ll be right on the money. Yes, spank therapy isn’t about you spanking someone. It’s about you getting spanked.
Essentially it is about correcting your behaviour and putting you on the right path. Some feel that it is a way to help you focus upon your goals and change their thought processes.
If you want to break a bad habit, spanking can do that for you. You can correct your behaviour and help yourself to make better choices. Whenever you go to behave badly, you’ll think of the spanking and reconsider your actions. An effective method, right?
Does it work?
It might not be the type of therapy you’d think about, but it seems to have had a lot of positive feedback. Many people say that it reminds them of when they were younger, when their parents might spank them for their poor behaviour. Spanking is something that many now feel is unacceptable. If you have to punish your children, there are tons of alternatives.
Many feel that spanking works as a way to correct behaviour, which is why spanking therapy is proving so popular. But does it work? The general consensus is that it does work. The key is to visit someone who knows what they are doing. Just asking a friend to spank you isn’t going to have the same effect.
Therapists will know the right methods and implements to use, though many prefer using an open hand so that their actions aren’t too harsh. They’ll repeat your instructions or motivation as you are spanked, effectively ingraining into you what you should and should not do. When you find yourself in a situation challenging your thinking, you’ll be reminded of the spanking.
How does Escort Scotland feel about it?
When I wrote the blog post in 2017 about spanking therapy, I also included a poll. I wanted to know whether any of you would try it. Personally, I’m someone who is open to trying anything. But that’s just me. Your thoughts might be different.
When I looked back at the results of the poll, I was pretty surprised by what I saw! 349 people chose to have their say, deciding whether spank therapy would be something that they would try. And what I see is a close call.
159 people said that they would try it, while 190 said that it wasn’t for them. That isn’t a huge difference, especially when you look at the percentages, which you can see below. People were divided almost entirely down the middle.
Do the results surprise you?
I’ll be honest, the results have really surprised me. I feel that I am a lot kinkier than most people, so while I was going “yes, I’d love to try it!” I didn’t expect many others to. It turns out that I was wrong. You guys are a hell of a lot kinkier than I gave you credit for!
Have the results surprised you as much as they did me? Did you vote in the original poll and change your mind? I want to hear from you. Would you take a spanking like this? Maybe you’ve already experienced it? Let me know in the comments.
I don’t know about you, but all of this talk of spanking makes me want to give myself to a professional dominatrix. Spanking therapy isn’t anywhere near as fun as being spanked by a hot domme in leathers, is it? I’m going to book myself a session now… what about you?