So you’ve been seeing your sugar daddy for a while now, been on a few trips, stay over at his amazing house regularly, giving him “The Girlfriend Experience” so to speak; what do you tell people, or should you tell people? Clearly your sugar daddy is a large aspect of your life, considering the amount of time spent together…What are you supposed to tell people? The only people who will truly understand your perspective are other sugar babies, and we know that that can go awry too… So who can you trust? Can you tell your friends? Family? Introduce him to people?… Let’s think long and hard about this together, stimulate some brain function on the matter.
Let’s say that you are very close with your family and friends, and you’ve been dying to tell them, since you keep receiving these amazing gifts and could never afford them for yourself! What to say?…Well, from personal experience, I find that less is more when you’re disclosing information about your personal life. For example, if your sugar daddy is 20 or more years your senior, then I could understand that most people will look at that your situation and think you’re a gold-digger… But on the other hand, if you are a little more discreet, calling this man your “benefactor” (a term my Mother calls my sugar daddy), or person you are seeing, there should be no need for further discussion at that point. If people you tell don’t already, most sane people can appreciate the need for privacy in any interpersonal relationships, respecting it as much. Just think, “less is more, less is more”…
If you are anything like me, it’s extremely hard to NOT be open about most aspects of your life, to anyone that’s close to you… So, trust me, it’s not a habit that I’m used to, but because of the impermanence of the said situation, it’s best to keep the details to a minimum. Even in the closest of relationships, money has a way of making people envious and jealous, causing them to react from that space. Let’s be honest, there’s a reason why discretion is preferable in these types of relationships or arrangements, outsiders to the situation sometimes don’t like their own lives, thus making it difficult to accept others happiness and success. And to see someone thrive monetarily when they themselves are not is hard for people to accept, that’s when the “acting out” ensues.
Less is more, people will stab you in the back, fuck, even your own family…Less is more, people are not as understanding as you…Less is more, and it’s not a God-given right for people to know your personal life…Less is more, less is more, less is more… I’m jus’ sayin’