Being There for Your Sugar Daddy

By Diddy Bee

Feb 07, 2018
How do you handle being emotionally and physically supportive? How do you walk away from a relationship that is no longer satisfying? Sometimes showing support to your Sugar Daddy does not necessarily have to be a big effort while other times ending it is the best option.

Let’s look at ways to show emotional support to our partners. Also when to leave a relationship that is no longer mutually beneficial. Each arrangement has its lessons that are important. We never advise babies to have relationships that have a negative effect on them.


What is a Mutually Beneficial Relationship?

It could involve companionship, mentoring, casual dating. Mutual benefits are when both parties benefit beyond the physical. It is not one sided. Stereotypes follow that being a Sugar Baby means exchanging sex for money. A true example of a mutually beneficial relationship is a successful Daddy providing his partner with gifts, allowance, trips. In return he has her attention, companionship and even love, perhaps.


Showing Your Sugar Daddy Emotional Support

There are a variety of ways to show emotional support to your Sugar Daddy. Listening to him, gentle caressing or touching, offering advice or suggestions and so on. It is helpful to him to know he can talk to you. I encourage my Sugar Daddy to speak freely.
Always make sure to listen to his problem attentively. I reassure him that the emotion he is experiencing is perfectly normal. If the situation warrants me giving an opinion or suggestion then I go for it.  I validate what he is going through. This can be done nonverbally through touch and caressing. It doesn’t have to be sensual or erotic but more calming and soothing.

Nodding, smiling and making eye contact are several ways I am intimate and emotionally present. I am only showing support and  don’t enforce my own opinion. Rather I offer suggestions in a supportive manner.

In summary, you can show your daddy emotional support by being emphatic. This can be done through non verbal communication like eye contact and hair stroking. Listen, be attentive and ask questions only when necessary. You can also show support in little and tangible ways. This can be done by confirming your support verbally. Simple words like “I am here for you, it’s all going to be okay” mean a lot.


When a Relationship is No Longer Mutually Beneficial

Moving on is tough. Choosing to leave when an arrangement is no longer beneficial can be the only option. Before agreeing to jump into a mutually beneficial relationship, it is important that both parties agree and are aware that no strings are attached.
A mutually beneficial relationship should involve freedom. Both parties are allowed to have their own lives outside of the relationship. Unless agreed, emotions need to be kept in check. Both parties have their needs catered to. There is financial security or independence.

Whatever the reasons are, it is best to let your daddy know that you are not happy. Tell him you no longer wish to be in the relationship politely. Don’t go silent and disappear. As a sign of maturity and respect, it is advisable to meet. Give your reasons and end the relationship just as it begun.