How to juggle multiple Sugar Daddies?
Lucky you — you’ve found yourself in a situation where you have multiple Sugar Daddies.. now how do you handle it??
A few things to keep in mind while you enjoy the sugar of several arrangements.
First: Keep a good system for date planning!
It seems obvious, but don’t let a little thing like mixed reservations get you into trouble. Whether you like a paper planner or you use an app, be sure to check and double-check your plans and make sure you know where you’re going and with whom!
Second: Give your attention to the person you’re with
This is a good rule of thumb in life, but especially when you’re with a SD, make sure you’re present with him during the date. Don’t respond to messages or phone calls — he’ll see on your face that you’re distracted. Just like you wouldn’t want to feel second-best, neither does your SD — he should be the focus of your attention when you’re with him, without question.
Third: Plan for multiples up front
If you know you’ll want to have multiple arrangements, go into sugaring with that in mind. Look for Daddies that travel, or have very busy schedules and can only commit to seeing you occasionally. That way, you’re much less likely to get caught in a schedule snafu, and more likely to be able to have flexibility to see them all!
Fourth: Be as honest as necessary
It isn’t necessarily a given that you tell your SD that you’re planning to have multiple arrangements. But you should be clear about how much of your time is available. If you know you’re going to be spending time with several suitors, ensure you have the time to spend. If a POT wants three nights a week, he’s probably not the right SD for you at the moment.
Lastly: Be true to yourself
It can be difficult to manage multiple arrangements, especially if feelings start to creep in. If you find you’re more drawn to one than another or if the multiple situation stops working for you, it’s time to make a change. Don’t feel that you have to keep something up that no longer makes sense. It could be good for a while and then become less fun — if that’s the case, it’s ok to reevaluate and make a change.