Sugar Daddies and Sugar Babies know the importance of being decisive about the type of relationship they seek. In non-sugar relationships, entered upon without much discussion about expectations during the length of the relationship, it’s common to be indecisive.
It almost seems as if non-sugar relationships lack a certain imperative, a certain mandate, for success.
A sugar relationship is rooted in mutual happiness, and often lasts as long as it remains mutually beneficial. There are many decisions that sugars make to help ensure that their arrangement is an enjoyable one.
As new poll results from SA show, about 80% of sugar babies say they joined the site following financial pressure after the recession, yet don’t ‘need’ a Sugar Daddy. According to the poll, most Sugar Babies on the site are looking for a sugar relationship to not only ease their financial burdens, but also to alleviate general stress and help bring about positive change in their lives.
We constantly receive emails and comments on the blog from Sugar Babies and Sugar Daddies looking for help about sugar decisions.
Lots of sugars seek advice from fellow Sugar Babies and Sugar Daddies about a decision they have to make in their sugarlife. Yet no matter what advice is out there, making choices about your sugarlife and who you choose to allow into it requires careful and honest examination of the facts…
The building blocks of every arrangement are the expectations each sugar comes into the sugarbowl seeking to fulfill. While every arrangement will adjust to it’s own individual circumstances, knowing what your basic expectations are is essential in assuring your satisfaction in Sugarland. If you know you won’t be satisfied without an allowance, it’s important to make that clear with your potential SD sooner than later. If you know that one of your expectations is having an open relationship, it may be wise to be upfront about that with your sugar early on, especially if their profile doesn’t specify their willingness to be non-exclusive, for example.
Operation Sugar: objectives…
Many sugars have said that this type of dating can be thought of as part dating, and part work. Yet while some may disagree with the sugar having to do with ‘work’, the notion of being punctual, responsible, and trustworthy during an arrangement is widely accepted in the Sugarbowl. Many here have discussed their personal policies on how many chances to give a potential sugar. One Sugar Daddy said he has a ‘1 strike’ policy for Sugar Babies who flake on 1st dates. Sugar Babies have also mentioned a higher expectation for potential Sugar Daddies when it comes to being punctual and reliable. Since an arrangement only makes sense if it’s mutually beneficial, the objective for Sugar Daddies and Sugar Babies must also include ensuring their own promises are kept.
Sugar Mission Accomplished
Having a successful arrangement is no meager accomplishment. As many here know, there’s a lot of thought and consideration that goes into a sugar relationship. Yet when it all comes down to it, the most common measure of an arrangements success is fun. While there may be many reasons to pursue an arrangement, in the end, when looking back at the time you spent with your sugar, if your memories of them are fond, and your time shared was happy, then it’s fair to say your sugar mission was indeed accomplished.
Do you have any success stories with potential, current, or past Sugar Daddies or Sugar Babies you’d care to share?