Being successful and attractive individuals, many sugars know very well how easily they could find a relationship with just anyone, and/or a relationship that wouldn’t work for them.
In an arrangement, sugars bring their positive attitude, attention, sweetness, spoiling, and/or any other unique aspects of themselves to the life of their sugar.
Some sugars say they’ve been called ‘picky’ by their friends or relatives when it comes to their dating life. Some have also been encouraged to be more, or less picky, about the people they pick to be in a sugar arrangement with.
There are many different views on whether a Sugar Daddy or Sugar Baby should ever settle for less than what they feel they deserve based on what they know they’re providing. Yet no matter what standards or limitations a sugar may have, the ever-so-sweet sugar rush usually doesn’t come until each sugar believes they are truly dealing with the real deal.
Sugar Consulting: fellow Sugar Daddy and Sugar Baby examples and advice
Many sugars consult the public blogs and Facebook pages of fellow SD’s or SB’s, to help them with their own private journey through Sugarland . Both SD’s and SB’s can click ‘View Similar Profiles’ on SeekingArrangement, which shows them members of the same sugar type… or as some have put it, the ‘competition’. While many sugars are content with going on their sugar search alone, many seekers have gotten to their sugar destination a lot more easily by consulting with fellow SD’s or SB’s.
Finding a Sugar Who Fits your Arrangement
One of the benefits of sugar may be that it doesn’t take long to find out if your potential match will actually ‘be’ the person your looking for in a relationship. SD’s and SB’s aim to inform their potentials of the way they want to be treated in their arrangement from the start. Giving a gift on a first date is an example of a gesture that some sugars make to inform their potential of how they are going to treat them in the future. Being the first to suggest a venue for a first date, and the type of venue suggested, are other ways a sugar can indicate their long and/or short-term intentions.
As said by many sugars here, the presence of chemistry (a strong mutual attraction) upon meeting in real life is the best indicator of how good a potential arrangement would be. Yet just because someone may not be a match for you in a sugar arrangement, doesn’t mean they aren’t or wouldn’t be ideal for you in a different type of relationship.
Many here have also said that they would be open to having a more serious relationship with someone they meet via sugar, eventually. There are plenty of people who come to Sugar Land for it’s abundance of successful, attractive, and intelligent daters who are able to have a mutually beneficial relationship with them, and are open to ‘all the possibilities’.
Sugar dating is a way many people are collecting all kinds of experiences only possible with people as considerate, giving, and honest as themselves.
Is a sugar supposed to be ‘perfect’ in an arrangement? Is that not what the sugar, and its ‘short & sweetness’ is supposed to help facilitate?