Arrangements will always have a beginning, middle, and end. Many here have said that they prefer to discuss the entire duration of their arrangement with a potential sugar before it begins.
It is common for the terms of an arrangement to change over time. For instance, one sugar baby says that her monthly allowance usually starts at around 15K, but then declines by about 2K every month…
SeekingArrangement: Are you currently in an arrangement?
Miami Sugar Baby: Yes, I’ve been with my current SD for over a year. We met on the site and he’s bought me credit cards, which I’ve used to pay bills, buy clothes, and pretty much take care of all my living expenses. My allowance started out at around 15K, then it went to 10K, now it’s about 7K a month from this particular sugar daddy.
“I think that it is important to discuss the beginning, middle and end expectations. Contract for a set time-frame; 3 months, 6 months, 9 months, extensions with added perks. An arrangement pre-nup?” –OCSugarBaby
Yet some sugars choose not to discuss the time-span of their arrangements. In ‘Sugar Daddy Endings‘, some commented that discussing the end of an arrangement before it began would drain the spontaneity and fun from the relationship. Others believe things should just be left to chemistry; when it comes time to part ways, you’ll just ‘know’.
Do you think it’s a good idea to discuss the duration of your arrangement with a potential sugar? If so, how and when would you approach the topic?
Do your expectations from a sugar change over time? Will you want more, less, or different kinds of benefits as the relationship progresses?
Have you been with a sugar who’s expectations fell out of sync with yours? Care to share?
Topic Suggestion by OCSugarBaby