The course is well laid out, and the information is thorough. It is densely packed, though, which is why I suggest you watch each lesson more than once if you want to pick up every bit of content. I took a lot of notes, and am still unpacking the information to make use of it in my own life. I’ll be referring to it often for journaling and personal growth.
Despite the excellent quality of the information, the video portion of the content does not add anything extra to help grab and hold your attention to the information being taught. Visual learners might struggle without going though each lesson at least twice, making notes themselves as visual learning aids.
Each video is short enough that if you don’t have a lot of time on your hands, you don’t feel like you need to commit a ton of that time each day to do some personal growth work. Consume it at your own pace, in small bites. The course remembers where you left off, and you can pick up right where you stopped before.
The downloadable worksheets and files are great for both working with the course and for keeping as relationship aids throughout your dynamic. I especially liked the one on a communication toolkit.
The course is easy to navigate on mobile devices too, which means you can take your learning on the go and do your lessons anywhere!
There is a lot to learn about being submissive from this course, not only from a general standpoint but how being submissive is a beautiful thing in a D/s partnership. Chris emphasizes what submissives do to nurture the Dominant and the relationship. The course also covers how we can work to deepen the intimacy and encourage growth in our Dominants also. No matter where you are in your relationship, from just dating to a 25+ year marriage, you can find guidance on how to navigate what can often be confusing waters about communication and embracing our submissive identity.