Thursday, May 5, 2011

Modified Weight Plan

I would like to share a special "thank you" to those who provided feedback concerning Barry's weight loss plan.  Barry and I talked again last night and we made some significant modifications.  Before I share them, I would also like to emphasize that the initial goal structure was based on what Barry told me he could and wanted to achieve.  However, when he asked to renegotiate, I took it very seriously, even though he had met his goal for two weeks in a row.  Your comments confirmed the wisdom of making some changes.

So, here is what Barry and I came up with for the remainder of his diet:

Goal - 2 lbs. per week

Tool to Keep Focused -
  • Receive one hard swat with the large bath brush on Sunday night for every pound left to lose to achieve a total weight loss of 20 lbs.
  • Wear panties to work each day
What Happens if Goal is Not Met -
  • No sexual gratification until a week's goal is met, which means no attention from me and wearing Exobelt except when I allow it to be removed in my presence
  • Wearing red control panties everyday until a week's goal is met
  • Receiving a spanking consisting of 40 hard swats with the large bathbrush every night until a week's goal is met
Reward if Weight Loss is 2.5 lbs or more in a week
  • Receive some form of sexual pleasure from me every night during the coming week, the specific pleasure to be determined by me
Barry seems very pleased with this new agreement.  I am too, because I think it will keep him focused and successful. 

Thanks again to all of the serious suggestions you provided.


Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Renegotiating Barry's Weight Program?

Barry met his goal again last week -- just!  But that is what counts.  He has now lost 6.2 lbs. of his 20 lb. goal.  As a result he is requesting that we renegotiate the conditions of his weight loss program.  He would like to lower the required amount of loss to 2.5 lbs. per week.  I am not adverse to that, since I realize that 3 lbs. per week is a significant challenge and he has worked very hard to meet it the first two weeks.  That has helped him significantly change his eating habits.

However, I'm considering whether or not in increase the penalty for failure if I lower the amount of required weight loss.  That seems like a fair trade-off, since his risk of failure will be lower.  It will also make sure he doesn't slack off.

So, I've told Barry I will consider such an approach and let him know by Wednesday night.  I also told him I would be asking our readers for their thoughts and input.

What do you think?