A Sugar Daddy relationship is like ice cream… From the start, you know it’s about pleasure, and you have a single objective – to enjoy it while it lasts.
Yet once a sugar arrangement has been melted, and all the benefits and toppings enjoyed, is there ever a chance to make a smoothie? The answer for more and more sugars is, ‘yes’. Going steady with a Sugar Daddy or Sugar Baby is a preferred option for those who don’t like the taste of a sugar-split. Yet keeping a sugar relationship sweet over an extended period of time can sometimes be a rocky road…
Here are some of the factors that determine how long a SD SB relationship will last:
Sense of Security:
Some SDs and SBs prefer longer-term arrangements because shorter-term arrangements lack a certain sense of security for them.
Different Goals = Different Measures for Success
‘If an SD entered your life and was able to help you alter the course of your life for the better, and put you on a solid footing for growth,and give you mentoring to improve your career, etc… and did all that in a few months… that would certainly be an amazingly beneficial arrangement…
If your need is a steady, long-term allowance, then yes, longevity is key…. different arrangements, different goals, different definitions of successful.’ – Genuine SD
Many sugars have found that negotiating the speed and length of their arrangement can be surprisingly difficult. Yet for many others, ‘negotiating’ the span of an arrangement is never an issue…
“My experience has been that when an arrangement is born out of chemistry and a natural, sincere affection for one another, the length of the relationship never becomes an issue. All 3 of my previous SBs and I parted ways in very different scenarios, but they all ended amicably and with a sweet aftertaste.” -SD from Denver, CO
Parting gifts and kisses may be your way of saying goodbye to a sugar. Tho some sugars aren’t so lucky, and have a poof daddy or poof baby make saying goodbye nothing more than a sweet dream.
About how long should a sugar relationship last in your opinion?
Have you ever rekindled a sugar relationship past? Care to share?
What’s your current sugar status?