We all know the first rule of Sugar dating is to never fall for your Sugar Daddy. While catching feelings for Daddy can lead to a whole mess of trouble, you can’t help who you fall for. Here are some things to keep in mind if you find yourself going down that path.
Are you being blinded by the Sugar?
The first thing you should do is assess your feelings. Are you really in love with him or is it just a Sugar high? Cash, gifts and luxury vacations are enough to make any girl swoon, but ask yourself if you would still feel this way if the gifts were to suddenly disappear. Try to figure out what you actually like about him and what could possibly be deal breakers. You need to be clear about what you want before you attempt to transition from an arrangement to a traditional relationship. Keep in mind, if it doesn’t work out you risk losing your arrangement.
Honesty is the best policy
Once you decide you truly want to pursue a relationship with your Sugar Daddy it’s time to tell him. This isn’t optional. You need to be upfront about your feelings and give him the chance to decide how he feels. If you take this step you need to be prepared, things may not turn out the way you want. Also, let him know whether or not you are willing to continue the arrangement if he does not share your feelings.
Is Sugar still an option?
If all goes well and you two decide to pursue a more traditional relationship you need to decide if you still want Sugar to be an aspect of the relationship. Will you still expect your monthly allowance? Do you want to keep seeing your other Sugar Daddies if you have them? These are important things to consider and you need to be honest about these topics with your Sugar Daddy turned boyfriend. Remember, a boyfriend will probably not like the idea of you continuing to go out with other Sugar Daddies so you need to decide if you are willing to give up this aspect of your life.
Whether your Sugar Daddy becomes your boyfriend or not always maintain your self-confidence and go after what you want. If you don’t try you will never know what could have been.