Always hot and stirring, the Sugar Daddy dating bowl draws men and women from all around the world seeking more than just the obvious benefits in their desired Sugar Daddy relationships. Many seekers have admitted to being on the hunt for that oh so sweet sugar high, even after resigning from their sugarlife.
One Sugar Baby member of SeekingArrangement.com who’s profile is currently in hiding recently said that the “sugar can be very addictive.” She attributes much of her success as a financially independent small business owner to the relationships she had with successful and interesting men along her sugar journey.
Yet now that her seeking days are over and she’s dating a man whom she adores in a ‘traditional’ boyfriend/girlfriend (marriage bound) relationship, she’s found herself resisting the urge to take another dip into the Sugarbowl. “I even told my boyfriend about it, and he’s so great, he just listens… I think it’s always going to be something I have a desire for, to be with someone new who’s all about me and I all about him, but I’m happy with what I have now, well… for now at least”.
In a new book titled “Sugar Daddy Diaries: When a Fantasy Became an Obsession“, author Helen Croydon describes her journey into the valley of sugar, and the unexpected cravings she developed for a lifestyle she had no idea could be as addictive as it became. Here’s the description from the yet to be released book via Amazon:
“Frustrated with her stalled career as a broadcast journalist and uninspired by dating naive and needy guys her own age, Helen Croydon joins a website to seek an older man. She only expects it to be a few fun dates in some fancy bars, but finds herself propelled into a world of Prada shopping trips, fine dining, first-class travel and fascinating, powerful men. But underneath the glamour, Helen discovers a secret world of men who are prepared to pay for girlfriends – men so busy they consider cash and gifts a surer way of maintaining a relationship than emotional investment.
When some of her dates allude to monthly allowances in exchange for her company, she’s shocked. But for how long can she keep up her moral resistance to being paid for something she is doing thrillingly for free? Helen’s soul-searching dating adventures take her to New York, India, highbrow sex parties, ski trips in Colorado and most of London’s finest hotels. “Sugar Daddy” is a confessional true story that questions modern ideals about relationships, examines the attraction of power and asks if money can ever be currency for love.”
While many SD’s and SB’s contain their sugarlife within specific boundaries, it’s common for sugars to find themselves being pleasantly swept off their feet by unexpected sweetness. For example, many married sugars are very content with staying with their husbands or wives, and don’t want to jeopardize their marriage by getting too entangled with a lover, which is why many of them pursue a sugar arrangement in the first place (for a no-strings-attached, expressly non-permanent relationship). However, there’s always a chance that love and chemistry can alter the course of even the most clearly designated arrangements.
The desire for an abundant sugarlife has for some, become an “obsession”. Some have expressed a preoccupation with finding new potentials, going on sugar dates, and having more and more benefits as part of their ‘dependency’ with sugar. Some sugars are constantly chasing the gift high, in which the gift itself isn’t what causes the euphoria, but rather the experience of being given the gift, which serves as a form of approval, and part of how they consider themselves as being valuable, hot, and worthy. Another form of sugar dependency is becoming dependent on a certain sugar, which seems to be a common issue among Sugar Babies (with dependent Sugar Daddies) and Sugar Daddies (with dependent Sugar Babies) alike.
Did you start your sugar dating journey with any predetermined limitations or boundaries? If so, have you always adhered to them? Why or why not?
What aspect of sugar do you find most alluring if not addictive? Having the hottest dates ever? Enjoying the finer things in life?