William has said that he subscribes to the philosophy of, “For a Happy Life Keep a Happy Wife”. We have found it helpful to have what I call obedience merits and demerits.
Sometime back I began a review at the end of each day. I review William’s behavior through the day and notify him about which things earned him merits for obedience or demerits for disobedience. I do this each evening, when we both arrive home from work and again at bedtime. I do it a couple of times when we are together all day on weekends. William lives to earn merits and avoid demerits.
He is awarded merits for things like completion of chores, giving me a complete body massage, a pedicure, or putting a good shine on my boots and work pumps. He can receive demerits when he ignores me when he’s watching TV, interrupts me or corrects me in social settings, or becomes bratty.
At bedtime I review his tally of merits and let him know whether he has earned enough to earn rewards such as being granted the privilege of worshipping my feet or derriere, being allowed out of his chastity device for a few minutes to touch his penis, or if he has earned enough to be allowed to masturbate or receive a handjob from me.
The merits and demerits system has proven very helpful in developing William as a more obedient, submissive and obsequious husband. One of my pet peeves when we are out socializing, is when William corrects me or interrupts me when we are talking. When he has a few drinks, he has a tendency to become very loquacious and he sometimes dominate social conversation. I have developed a look I can give him with just a very subtle raise of an eyebrow that lets him know that he is earning demerits. It has become very effective at silencing him. He has become such a polite companion when we are out and has helped him develop much better listening skills. Other wives often comment on how polite and respectful he is toward me and others. Other wives have asked me what my secret is.