A gentleman many years your senior knows you’re realistically after one thing: his affluent lifestyle and connections. Let’s be real, this is the premise for nearly all Sugar Babies. We’re going to breakdown what all the newbies in the cheap seats are wondering: How to attract a Sugar Daddy.
You’re Not Alone
Tuition is expensive, adulting as a millennial can be challenging, and to be frank dating someone with resources makes life sweeter. Whether you admit it, a certain level of success, prestige and power plays a factor in the type of men you want to date.
This is where Sugar Dating can play games on your sanity. Everybody wants these things. You have to practice deserving it, without seeming at all desperate. If you can stay focused on your goals, the rewards can be oh so sweet. Setting yourself apart is all about your attitude, and desire to have nothing but fun with your Sugar Daddy.
Have some realistic expectations of what you would like to attain. Some men want exclusivity while others want to be able to date around. Figure out first what it is that you would like to have. Try to direct your attention to who he is as a person before getting caught up in his bounty.
The arrangement will feel much more enjoyable when the two of you actually have a genuine bond over something other than his financial assets. Have a general idea of what it is you’re seeking and stick to that, otherwise you’ll be overwhelmed with the vast number of daddies to choose from.
Assertive is Attractive
Sugar Daddies appreciate direct and to the point women who know what they want. Realistically you will be going on dates with men who have a great deal of life experience, and the directness will be appreciated. String him along with annoying mind games and coy aloof behavior and you’ll find a Daddy quickly turned off.
Men don’t want to play the guessing game of whether or not you’re into him. If you want someone make it clear, without coming on too strong. Being honest about your needs without coming across as desperate is easier said than done. Having a calm confident mindset will be advantageous in the long run. If a Daddy isn’t interested move on. It’s as simple as that. There are other POTs in the sea just waiting to meet your needs.
Act As If
While being direct and assertive is a good approach, it can also be seen as abrasive or entitled. Know the difference. You want to act as if: Act as if you don’t need his money, or him, and he will be more attracted to you. Demanding things and looking for handouts (especially early on) can be a huge turn off.
The goal is for him to enrich the life you already have, not pay your way so you can scroll through Instagram all day and get your hair done. When you have the goals, you know how to properly assert yourself, and portray an air of confidence and independence, he will be naturally drawn to you.