So you’ve gone on a few dates and you’ve finally found a Sugar Daddy that you have chemistry with; now comes the mutually beneficial component of the arrangement. Your demeanor and communication skills are key to sustaining a successful relationship. Below are some tips for maintaining a long-term arrangement.
The ratio of SBs to SDs is about 8:1. This means that you need to be on your “A-Game” to really stand out. Besides your adorable looks and killer fashion sense, you need to have personality and class. This means having proper etiquette and acting like a lady when you’re on dates. So place your napkin on your lap, use forks from the outside in, limit your alcohol intake, and watch your language. Read this blog for more tips on proper date etiquette!
Be Flexible, Understanding, and Appreciative
If there’s something you specifically want (like a costly plastic surgery procedure for example), be flexible regarding your allowance and expectations that month. When my second Sugar Daddy spent $7,000 on new girls for me, I didn’t expect or ask for my allowance that month (surprise: I got a partial allowance in addition that month anyhow). Because I told him how appreciative I was of his generosity, it made him want to give me more. Minding your manners with a simple “thank you” goes a long way.
Don’t Be Greedy
This tip somewhat echoes my last one, but it’s still important to remember (especially when you’re months into an arrangement and have developed a level of comfort with your SD). The less you ask for, the more you will generally receive in an arrangement,. Don’t make your arrangement solely about the financial component by constantly ask for things. This will give your SD the impression you are only with him for money, and nobody likes feeling used.
Be Upfront And Mature
They say honesty is the best policy, and that couldn’t be truer when it comes to SA. Although you shouldn’t be greedy, if there is a bag you’ve had your eye on, or you need a little extra help with bills this month, communicate that with your SD. Be mature when explaining your situation, and your SD will be more receptive. Rational conversation about your needs is more effective than a list of demands. The same idea applies with your allowance. If you have specific needs, feel free to be honest and upfront about them, but avoid bringing up money the first time you meet as this is a huge turn-off. As you get to know each other and break the ice, ease into this conversation and go with the flow. When in doubt, remember the golden rule: treat him how you would want to be treated. Establishing mutual respect for one another will allow your arrangement to flourish and last longer.
Lastly, if you are new to Sugaring and need advice on how to navigate the Sugar Bowl consider attending the Sugar Baby Summit in Los Angeles, CA on May 20th. There will be several courses and a mixer at night to meet real Sugar Daddies. Check out Brook’s post for more information!
See you in LA!