We’re all Sugar Addicts. And there’s no shortage of Sugar Daddies with an insatiable sweet tooth. Finding one that truly understands the meaning of a mutually beneficial relationship can be tricky, particularly if he’s new to the Sugar Bowl. Many men are conditioned to think assisting a woman financially is demeaning, a set-back to the growth of feminism. Pity that being a gentleman has somehow equated with impeding the advancement of the modern woman.
If your Sugar Daddy is a good catch more than likely other Sugar Babies know it as well. Why is it that men who are taken become bigger targets to other women? But what should you do if another Sugar Baby tries to move into your territory? Whether you’re the type to share or not, it’s best to know what to do in these situations.
Leonard Nimoy said it best, “the more we share, the more we have”. As long as your relationship is solid, a new-comer is not much of a threat. In fact, it could be beneficial when approached correctly. Becoming friends with the newcomer SB not only shows class, but proves that you value the relationship. Not to mention the fact that you will come off as a strong, confident woman.
Personally, I believe this is the ideal situation—for those of you who use SeekingArrangement in a more casual manner. A new SB is like gaining a new girlfriend, except she’s a Sugar Baby. Both of you now have a confidant to go to if you wish to discuss the more intimate parts of your arrangement. Plus, it gives your Sugar Daddy renewed excitement. Think of the new Sugar Baby as the additional upgrades, while you are the Mercedes.
If you aren’t into sharing there are two ways you can go about it:
What have you done when faced with this situation?
Have you ever had to deal with another Sugar Baby moving into your territory?
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