When you’re a sugar baby, it goes without saying that your dating life is honey sweet day in and day out. However, balancing your sugar dating lifestyle with the rest of your personal life can be challenging to say the least. What do you tell your sister when she wants to know how you could afford yet another Birkin bag on a modest working person’s salary? How do you explain your relationship to your parents when they ask to meet this amazing new guy who has you smiling from ear to ear?
In most cases, you’d simply tell your loved ones all about your relationship and the person you’re dating, but things need to be treated with a little more delicacy when you’re a sugar baby. The following tips can help take the guesswork out of breaking the news that you’re happily living the sweet life, especially when it comes to parents and other relatives.
Give some thought to who you tell.
Unless that’s honestly how both you and your sugar daddy want it, there’s really no need to make a public announcement to the entire world. It’s perfectly normal and very healthy to keep the most personal things about your life just between you and the people who matter most to you.
That said, give some thought to who you really want to tell about your sugar lifestyle. Many sugar babies choose to limit things to those they’re closest to – usually immediate family plus a couple of really close friends. Make sure those you do decide to tell know your privacy is important to you.
Be honest about your situation.
Even when you’re letting your loved ones in on the fact that you’re a sugar baby, there’s no need to let them in on every tiny detail of what your sugar relationship entails. However, it’s still best to be as honest as you can be. In other words, avoid trying to pass your sugar daddy off as “just a friend” who happens to be extraordinarily generous.
You don’t have to get personal, but do be up front about the basics of what a sugar lifestyle is all about. However, also be honest about the fact that your sugar relationship is indeed a real, loving relationship. One of the most common misconceptions about sugar dating is that it’s cold, loveless, and completely superficial. Making it clear that there’s a genuine bond between you and your sugar daddy is the best way to put any misunderstandings on that front to bed.
Emphasize your independence.
Another misconception people tend to have about sugar relationships is that the sugar baby is somehow being taken advantage of by her older sugar daddy. Naturally, loved ones are especially going to worry and perhaps even be concerned for your safety, so be prepared to address these concerns with information and openness.
Assure those most important to you that you’re very careful when it comes to how you manage your sugar dating lifestyle. If you take special measures to ensure a potential daddy is everything he says he is before entering into an arrangement, consider sharing to whatever extent you’re comfortable. Also assure your loved ones that this is something you’re doing for you – because you enjoy it, not because you’re desperate. You know these folks best, so you’ll also know what to say to put their minds at ease.
Exercise discretion going forward.
Once you’ve come out to your family and close friends about your sugar lifestyle, you’ll naturally feel less like you have to hide how generous your sugar daddy is with you. However, it’s important that you learn from mistakes other sugar babies have made and not go too overboard.
Generally speaking, it’s best to employ a healthy dose of humility when managing your image as a sugar baby. It’s fine to let people wonder or even envy your lifestyle a little, but you probably don’t want to flaunt anything too heavily. That can be bad for your personal relationships, so definitely proceed with caution.
With a little finesse, it’s definitely possible to openly live the sweet sugar life and include loved ones for the most part. Just exercise care and discretion when deciding who to tell, how to tell them, and how much to share going forward.